Cardboard, plastic and other recyclable materials can be compacted into bales, giving you more free space, better internal logistics, and reduced costs for waste handling.
When compacting cardboard, you achieve a high volume reduction, up to 90%.
This waste material is mostly identified as shredded material, bags, magazines and newspapers.
In plastic waste there is a big variation with different international classifications.
These are high valuable waste fractions that are found in many different applications.
Light metal types in various applications can be well compacted into bales.
Fabrics like cut-off and cloth for second-hand use can be compacted in a baler.