baler twine News

  • 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 ...


    By Riverside Waste Machinery

  • Edmundson Electrical invests in waste baler in quest to ‘go green’

    Electrical distributor Edmundson Electrical has installed a new waste baler within its Doncaster branch, as the company furthers its quest to ‘go green’. As the largest electrical distributor in the UK – with over 280 branches nationwide – it is no surprise that Edmundson Electrical produces a large amount of packaging ‘waste’.  But as an environmentally ...


    By Riverside Waste Machinery

  • Presona baler helps waste company on its way to zero waste

    One of the UK´s leading waste management companies, Premier Waste, now diverts 98,6% of all material from landfill following an overhaul of its baling equipment. Established for the past 25 years, Birmingham-based Premier Waste specialises in the collection and treatment of waste that cannot be reused or recycled from construction and demolition sites across the UK. Making use of the ...


    By Presona AB

  • New successes for the Valvan baling presses with PT tying system

    After successfully designing and launching our pp-twine tying system on the Valvan horizontal balers, we have been able to produce several of these machines to satisfied customers. Again in this new successful year we’ve been able to convince several new customers of the excellence of our machinery and the advantages of using our reliable new tying system. Not only in the waste to energy ...


    By Valvan Baling Systems NV

  • Smurfit Kappa Recycling choose for Bollegraaf because of their excellent reputation and quality project management

    Bollegraaf Recycling Solutions and Smurfit Kappa Recycling finalised the installation of an HBC-120S baler at the Smurfit Kappa depot in Snodland, Kent. With less chance of wire breakage and using less electricity, the Bollegraaf HBC-120S produces heavier bales; plenty of reasons to choose for Bollegraaf Recycling Solutions. Brian Kavanagh, project manager at Smurfit Kappa indicates that ...

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