waste bale News

  • Sales successes for the plastic twine binding machine

    The research and innovation programme continues with success for Macpresse through the sale of the new binding machine using plastic twine. Currently there are more than 20 of these systems worldwide, supplied by Mac since 2005. The system technology was developed by Mac in response to an ever-growing demand from customers for binding machines using materials other than baling wire. The plastic ...


    By Macpresse Europa S.R.L

  • Four arrested as part of crack down on waste crime

    Today (13 November), the Environment Agency raided 10 premises in the Midlands in a bid to crack down on criminals connected with large scale illegal dumping of baled waste at sites across the West Midlands. Following detailed intelligence work, surveillance and information gathered from members of the public and police, Operation Argument was launched.  The Environment Agency, along with ...

  • Academy gets an education in the benefits of baling

    Appleton Academy – an education provider based in Wyke – has recently invested in new waste baling equipment from Riverside Waste Machinery. As Bradford’s first ‘all-through’ school, the establishment offers learning and development for children and young people from the age of 3 to 19 – and beyond. ...

  • Get Solutions at WasteExpo 2014

    Join us at WasteExpo, Booth 3374 Join eFACTOR3 at WasteExpo 2014 in Atlanta, Georgia next week, Booth 3374. WasteExpo is the industry's largest conference and trade show of its kind. ...


    By eFACTOR3 LLC

  • MACPRESSE @THE GREEN EXPO, Mexico City, Mexico, 26-28 October 2016

    From 26th to 28th October, Mexico City shall play host to THE GREEN EXPO©, Latin America’s premier environmental sustainability event. The exhibition shall welcome the leading companies from the environmental, renewable energy and water treatment sectors. The most influential public sector and academic decision-makers shall also be ...


    By Macpresse Europa S.R.L

  • Stored tyres lead to £10,000 fine

    More than 100,000 waste tyres were baled up and stored on a site where they still remain posing a fire risk Lincolnshire-based Boston Magistrates’ Court was told. Recycling firm Borough Recycling Specialists admitted four charges relating to the operation at Kirton Holme, Boston and was fined £10,000 on the first offence with no separate penalty on the other three and full costs of £3,200 to be ...

  • Yorkshire-based catering butcher invests in baler to help environment and boost business

    Family-run catering butcher Yorkshire Dales Meat Company has strengthened its recycling strategy by investing in a compact waste baler from Riverside Waste Machinery. The vertical RWM75 machine is being used to bale mostly cardboard waste which is generated from boxed meat delivered to the Bedale factory from other local farms. ...

  • Stourbridge man to pay over £5,000 for illegal waste activities

    Yesterday, 29 October 2013, John Parsons of St Marks Road, Lye, Stourbridge, was sentenced at Redditch Magistrates’ Court to four charges relating to illegal waste activities. He pleaded guilty at an earlier court hearing. The 36 year-old was fined £1,500, ordered to pay £4,096.05 in costs, along with a £120 victim surcharge totalling £5,716.05. The charges were ...

  • Eight years of baling and counting for Momentive

    Specialist rubber compound manufacturer Momentive Performance Materials has proven that waste baling can protect the environment, improve on-site cleanliness and boost a business’s bottom line. Eight years ago, Momentive invested in three balers from Riverside Waste Machinery, in a bid to improve the safety of work areas within its busy Bolton premises. At the time the organisation was ...

  • PEL200 Baler Installed in Flagship Organic Supermarket Store

    The Organic Supermarket has chosen a PEL200 Single Chamber Baler for its new flagship store opening soon in Rathgar village, Co Dublin. The compact size and small footprint of the PEL200 made it the obvious choice where the machine will handle cardboard and plastic waste produced at the store. Ireland’s first 100% dedicated Organic Supermarket has installed a PEL200 ...

  • City Waste fire extinguished

    A “severe” fire which broke out at City Waste’srecycling centre in Campsie, Northern Ireland last week has now been extinguished. Fire crews put out the fire on Saturday 6 March, after the fire blazed for five days. On 2 March, fire crews were called to a fire which had broken out in one of the buildings at the recycling centre, which housed dry recyclables. ...

  • Presona and the Olympic Winter Games

    The equipment will be delivered to five cities in the Krasnodar region, where the public waste management companies will run the baling plants. The waste generated during the Games, will be collected and delivered to the different plants for sorting. The sorted waste (paper, cardboard, plastics) will then be pressed into bales in the Presona balers and will in that way be ...


    By Presona AB

  • HSM sets up subsidiary in France

    To cater for the strongly growing market in France, HSM GmbH + Co. KG, manufacturer of document shredders, baling presses, waste disposal systems and compactors, has set up a subsidiary in Lyon in France on January 1, 2009. With the foundation of the new subsidiary, HSM is pursuing its continuous expansion in the global key markets. HSM has already invested much into the French market; 17 ...


    By HSM GmbH + Co. KG

  • Tough Year (2009) for Dicom, but machine sales up by 14%.

    2009 has been a very difficult year for all capital equipment manufacturers. Dicom, the ‘UK premier supplier of waste compactors, balers and baling equipment’ has not been immune to the recession; however Dicom have been able to sustain a profitable business during the worst economic recession since the early 1950’s. Whilst 2009 has been a very tough year, Dicom has been able to make a number ...


    By Kadant PAAL Limited

  • Ragn-Sells choses Presona – again!

    Ragn-Sells is currently expanding its operation by adding new capacity to its recycling plants in Karlstad, Norrköping and Örebro. Two new Presona LP 85 VH2 balers will allow the company to sort and bale all waste paper for Pressretur in Värmland, Östergötland and Närke. They will also be able to process more corrugated cardboard, plastic and other waste materials. ...


    By Presona AB

  • Lights, Action, Camera, Compactor!

    Dicom are pleased to announce the launch of a new portable waste compactor complete with a bin tipping system integrated into the design as a standard feature.   On Tuesday 15th June 2010 at 10:00 am during the Futuresource exhibition, we will unveil the Dicom CE12/20 portable waste compactor on Stand M58 in the Silver Zone of the exhibition.   The CE12/20 has been ...


    By Kadant PAAL Limited

  • Brothers handed suspended jail terms for illegal waste operations

    Two brothers who ran a Leeds-based recycling company have been handed suspended jail terms for running unauthorised waste operations in the Yorkshire area. Jamie Michael Todd, 33, of America Moor Lane, Morley, and Thomas Todd, 24, of Littlemoor Gardens, Pudsey, must also carry out unpaid work after they each admitted nine waste management offences. The brothers were sentenced today (28 January) ...

  • MACPRESSE @GLOBAL CEMFUELS, Prague, Czech Republic, 22-23 February 2016

    The Global CemFuels Conference and Exhibition opens its doors in Prague on 22 and 23 February 2016. It is the world’s most important annual conference specialised in alternative fuels for the cement and lime industry, attracting delegates ...


    By Macpresse Europa S.R.L

  • Pakawaste gives Hammonds a Helping Hand

    Pakawaste give a Helping Hand to Hammond’s Furniture. Pakawaste Ltd, the market leader in the field of waste handling equipment, have again helped Hammond’s Furniture who are an existing customer with their Waste Recycling needs.Hammond’s had large amounts of wood and plastic waste, which was being disposed of in 35yd open skips. Pakawaste have put in place a Rotokrush to reduce the wood waste ...


    By Pakawaste Ltd

  • Widnes firm ordered to pay £23,815 over fly infested site

    Centrol Recycling Group Limited must pay £23,815 after pleading guilty to breaching regulations at its Widnes site where 420 tonnes of stored waste led to a serious fly infestation. On Wednesday (19 June) at Warrington Magistrates Court the company pleaded guilty to an offence relating to the deposit and storage of 420 tonnes of mixed municipal waste in the company’s yard, in Everite ...

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