When the time came for A J Thompson of Newmarket to up grade their baler they looked no further than Lyndex. Mr. Tony Thompson said ‘I have been using Lindemann machines for over 30 years. Following a visit to the factory in Telford it is obvious that Lyndex manufacture a quality machine. This along with the number of spares held at Telford resulted in us ordering a Bimax 145 3x55 machine.
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If your company hasn`t harnessed the power of cloud-based technology in your waste handling and recycling solutions, you are missing out on significant savings of both time and money. Businesses around the world trust Harmony Enterprises` Insite Wireless Monitoring service to provide them with alert notifications and displays of their balers and compactors when they are partially full, full, have main doors open, containers not present, low oil levels, defective sensors, poor cell signal strength, or no power....
Data centre equipment specialist opts to bale with Riverside
Techbuyer – a global leader in the purchase, refurbishment and sale of IT equipment – has recently invested in a waste baler from Riverside Waste Machinery, in an effort to continually reduce the amount of waste material it sends to landfill. The RWM500 mill size machine supplied by the Boroughbridge-based provider is now being used to bale cardboard, which is then recycled. Tom Reid, operations manager at Techbuyer, said: “Although this concept wasn’t completely new to us, our previous...
Riverside launches new baler for space-restricted sites
Riverside Waste Machinery has introduced a new machine into its range, designed specifically for size-constrained client sites. The RWM 300LH is so-called because the robust machine is ideal for ‘low height’ spaces. At less than 2m tall it is much shorter than the majority of its medium-sized counterparts, but this does not impact on the equipment’s technical specification. Capable of handling cardboard, plastic film and paper – to name just a few recycling applications – the RWM...
Baling specialist expands team with new appointment
North Yorkshire-based baler provider Riverside Waste Machinery has recruited Mic Harrison as lead service engineer. With a varied career, he initially trained to become a Navy marine mechanic at HMS Sultan, Plymouth, where he remained for five years. He has gone on to enjoy a number of engineering roles, working on a wide array of technical equipment. As part of his new role, Mic’s responsibilities will include the installation and commissioning of Riverside’s balers and compactors; reading and...
What sets us apart from our competition?
I was talking with a customer on the phone today about meeting him at an upcoming trade show, ISSA INTERCLEAN in Las Vegas. One of his comments sparked a conversation that needs to be shared with a greater audience. The customer, (let’s call him Joe for this post’s sake) is not the prototypical purchasing agent or procurement officer within his company. Joe is the hands-on, guy-in-the-trenches, show-up-to-work-early, experienced employee who “gets it”. He understands the facilities...