Vertical Baler FAQ's

We’ve put together a handy set of FAQ’s for our range of vertical balers. You can also find all our blog posts on vertical balers HERE and a playlist of our vertical baler videos HERE.

How Smart Waste Management Is Driving Waste Collection Efficiency

Data is being utilised more than ever across different sectors. Not only does it aid businesses when making decisions, but it also allows them to predict trends, identify potential risks and become more efficient.

Waste Processors: How To Select A Best Practice Equipment Manufacturer

Are you a waste handler or recycler? Have you faced challenges when working with waste equipment suppliers in the past? Don’t worry. We feel your pain. After working in the waste management industry for over 25 years, we’ve realised many of our[…]

What is a Mill Size Baler?

If you are looking to recycle large amounts of recyclables such as cardboard, plastic or polystyrene then a vertical baler is an ideal solution. Vertical balers vary in size, with bale weights ranging from 30kg to 500kg. 

The Importance of Compaction of General Waste at Source

According to statistics, the generation of solid waste around the world is expected to increase to around 3.4 billion tons by 2050. The UK contributes to this number, with retailers, supermarkets, warehouses and other large-scale commercial[…]

What’s the difference between a vertical baler and a horizontal baler?

Waste recycling is at the forefront of many UK businesses due to an increase in waste regulations. In general, balers allow you to divert recyclable materials from landfill. They often form an integral part of a company's recycling framework due to[…]

What Are the UK Recycling Rates and What are DEFRA's Targets for 2022?

Everyone should recycle their waste. It helps protect the environment, saves energy and conserves raw materials. But how many of us are following our duty of care and regularly recycling?

Plastic Packaging Tax Implications for Waste Processors & Recyclers

Every year, the UK generates around two million tons of plastic packaging waste. A large quantity of this waste is sent to landfills, which has a damaging effect on our environment.

PET Bottle recycling explained

What is PET? Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) is an inexpensive, lightweight plastic. You will most commonly associate it with single use soft drink bottles.

How the UK Extended Producer Responsibility Model Is Mitigating Recycling Costs for Local Government

The Extended Producer Responsibility Model (EPR) is a new piece of UK legislation set to come into force in 2023. This blog will explain what the model looks like and how it can help local businesses with their recycling.
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