This guide will give explain industrial balers, and how industrial balers are used for waste recycling in NZ.
Air-powered waste baler machines from Mil-tek can help you keep on top of your waste by compacting plastic and cardboard material into a tight square or sphere, making it easy to transport as well as being more space-efficient.
All businesses generate some form of waste from food packaging. Recent findings hint that companies underestimate how much waste they produce, which encourages poor waste management systems to develop and perpetuate. If your business generates a lot of waste (which most likely it does), you should consider getting a commercial recycling baler.
With that in mind, having an industrial baler represents a smart move, helping your business move towards a much more lean model when it comes to waste handling.
Commercial baler machines quickly become a crucial cog in the hub of any company’s approach to waste handling.
What makes these balers a must-have is their ability to take up less space but also other less considered factors such as being less dangerous because of reduced fire risk in the workplace or the reduction in waste handling journey times, meaning there is a reduced risk of workplace transport accidents.
By using an industrial baler, environmentally conscious businesses in NZ can reduce the amount of time, labour, and energy allocated to the entire waste management and removal process.
The compaction of the waste often means that the carbon footprint of the business shrinks as a result of fewer trips to remove the baled waste from production, as well as fewer collections to take waste off site.
The flexibility of balers in terms of both the materials they can compact and the scale of the waste volume from small fast-food takeaway up to industrial warehouses means that there is always an appropriate solution for different types of business.