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Orwak-5070HD-with-bale-transparent1-570x600.pngA cardboard baler is a piece of equipment designed to crush and compact large amounts of cardboard into a single bale. This can be achieved in a few different ways, depending on the design of the machine, however no matter which way you do choose to do it, the upside is the same.
 

By compacting and baling trash on-site with a cardboard baler, you can reduce trash volume by up to 90 percent, reduce costs by about 50 percent and create revenue through recycling.

But that's not the only reason to consider purchasing a cardboard baler. Listed below are 5 ways you can benefit from baling cardboard on-site.


1. When you compact waste, you reduce the number of pick-ups and fees associated with waste removal and landfills.  

This is the single biggest factor for saving your business money. In addition, fewer pick-ups, less forklift use, reduced loss of heating/cooling through frequent opening of outside doors will also leads to indirect savings. Calculate your waste management savings today.

 

2. A cardboard baler limits the amount of time your employees have to deal with trash.  

When you reduce the amount of time your team is handling waste and recycled material, that translates to higher productivity. It frees them up to focus on what they were hired to do. That's a win for everyone.


3. A cardboard baler creates a cleaner work environment.  

Reducing clutter gives you more space and increases worker satisfaction. Who wouldn't want more of both? Compacting also reduces the risk of infestation, odor or airborne particles. There's not enough than can be said about that.


4. Cardboard balers reduce risk and increase safety.

Compacting and baling reduce the risk of fire, falls, theft and unauthorized entry by keeping balers in-house, not outside the facility.


5. Baled cardboard sells for a premium.

Just when you though baling cardboard couldn't get any better, it does. Baled cardboard can be sold at a premium in market places where demand is high. This amount varies depending on where you are in the country. One thing we know for sure - there is no market for loose cardboard, so start baling today!

 


 
Ever Wanted to Try a Baler?
 

Orwak Try and Buy ProgramOrwak Baler's Try and Buy Program is as simple and easy as it sounds. Try an Orwak baler for 21 days with $0 down. After 21 days, rent, buy or lease an Orwak baler and make costly trash pick-ups a thing of the past. Learn more.

 

 

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