What are the advantages of using Waste Baler?
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There are many benefits to baling your recycling versus having material hauled away “loose”. “Loose” is a general term which includes waste in skip bins. “Baled” Material is material that is compacted in a baler, and tied using string, strapping or wire. Cardboard and plastic are the most common materials to be baled. The following is a list of common benefits of baling.
Balers are very safe. Models that are 20 to 30 years old, are sometimes not as safe and have negative reports tied to them. All new Trethewey balers are standard with many safety devices as well as safety systems that prevent operators from overriding safety devices. Trethewey Autobalers are all fitted to a Category 3 safety standard. Our top loading balers can now be fitted with a safety gate. Safer than a forklift or lift truck. Regular maintenance ensures that a baler is working properly and safely.
No, Most customers have bale pickups when they have less that 12 bales – storage space that takes up about one standard size parking space.
No, it takes time to handle your waste. Baling takes up less time than throwing material away in a skip bin especially if you have to flatten all of your boxes. Using a front loading baler over manually flattening and stacking boxes produces a labour saving of 50%. Using an open top baler reduces the labour cost by 300% over a front loading waste baler.
Tying a bale takes, on average, only 3 minutes, 8 minutes for someone new. Not 30 Minutes as some people believe.
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