A smart guide for businesses to use balers

Posted on 21 Aug 2019 and read 299 times
A smart guide for businesses to use balersFor businesses, investing in recycling balers brings more than just profit.

Lately, sustainable recycling has become a hallmark for modern businesses, so taking responsible actions to manage waste you produce is key to boosting your company’s reputation.

If you are running a business and you are looking for a smart solution to tackle waste, the benefits of an industrial baler might surprise you.

A baler helps you reduce shipping costs because it densifies the materials and it enhances the efficiency of the hauls.

Regardless of your industry, you can cut down on costs if you use a baling machine.

This guide will help you understand better how balers work.

But first, it’s important for users to differentiate between compactors and balers, because many people tend to use the two terms interchangeably, and they’re not one and the same.

Balers v compactors: what’s the difference?

A compacting machine crushes the waste into a smaller volume to help you collect more trash into the bins of the local waste disposal service.

You can use compactors if you produce small amounts of different waste because you can crush it and store it all in the same container.

When using a compactor, you store together all types of waste so you cannot prevent them from contaminating each other.

A baler not only crushes and compacts the waste, but also allows you to sort it before storing it to stop contamination and all the bales it produces are eco-friendly.

When running a small company, you can save on the taxes you would have to pay for depositing the waste in landfills.

By using baling machines for baling the waste of a large business, you can earn income because you can sell it to recycling firms.

Benefits

Balers are sold at different prices, according to their size, type and manufacturer, but if you produce a large quantity of waste you shouldn’t let the price scare you from investing in this type of machine.

Smart guidePlus, renting a baler is always an option if you don’t afford to purchase a new one.

When choosing a baling machine, you should consider the return on investment, because it’s very likely the money you invest in buying or renting one to be saved from the costs you would have to pay for shipping and storing it.

The type and amount of waste directly influence the type of machine you have to choose.

In short, balers bring the following advantages:

– No matter how much you are willing to pay, you can find a baling solution to fit your needs

– Compact bales do not pose a high fire hazard because when compacted, waste burns slower than un-compacted trash because you no longer have to store waste.

– Depending on the space available to install the machine, you can find a baler model to fit even the smallest premises

– You will attract more clients because modern consumers are more interested in buying from businesses that care about the planet

– Compacting the waste and recycling it will offer your business green credentials.

– You can earn money if you sell uncontaminated waste to recycling companies

– Baling machines pay for themselves fast because they help you save on landfill and waste collection taxes

How much space do you need?

When looking for a baling machine, the size of the premise where you intend to install it is a crucial factor.

The average baler is about 4ft tall x 3.5ft wide, so you should measure the space where you want to place it first.

Alongside installing it, you also have to think about some other factors:

– You may fear that you don’t have enough room to install it, but you will clear out plenty when you compress the materials you are storing right now.

– You will no longer have bulks of waste in your warehouse because the machine will condensate them into bales

– The size of the space highly depends on the service provider, and on how many recyclable materials your business produces

In addition, the purpose of the waste is also important. Do you want to store it internally?

Do you want to drop it at a third-party storage space?

And last but not least, the storage method is also important because you have to ensure that you meet the local regulations.

Where is the waste? It’s recommended to put the baling machine close to where the recyclables are produced.

How do balers work?

Balers are a piece of popular machinery in Sweden and other countries that are at the forefront of recycling technologies because they make removing and recycling waste easier.

When you use a baling machine, you put the same type of waste in the device through an opening.

Some models crush the trash and store it in the machine for a period, while others only crush it and you have to remove it immediately.

Once enough materials are collected, they are pressed and made into a bale.

You can tie the bale with a wire or with plastic banding to handle it easily during disposal.

On the market there are available numerous types of baling machines able to recycle different types of waste, from metal to plastic and even cardboard.

Some balers are created to extract liquids and oils from the waste materials you want to dispose of.

How to find the right baler?

As stated before, baling machines come in all shapes and sizes, but we can break them down into two main types: horizontal and vertical balers.

For retail, distribution and manufacturing businesses, vertical balers are more useful.

For a smaller space, it’s advisable to opt for a horizontal baler because it’s smaller and more affordable.

You can determine the size of the baler from its name because most of the machines include their width in the name.

When producing more than 100 tons of recyclable materials monthly, you should choose a horizontal baler because it’s more effective.

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