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Smart Baling, Compacting Brings Environmental Benefits

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Bales of crushed plastic bottles

(Matthewdikmans, Wikimedia Commons)

4 January 2015. Manufacturers, distributors, and retailers need to account for the full life-cycle of product handling, which is why enterprises must consider smarter ways for handling waste generated by those products. Better management of waste, therefore, can provide companies with considerable financial savings, as well as reduce their environmental footprints — a demand by growing numbers of customers.

Even in the most environmentally-conscious manufacturing enterprise, waste is inevitable. When waste occurs, it must be segregated from the production line, and then stored until the companies or their disposal contractors can move it out. Until disposal happens, manufacturing waste needs to be separated into different waste streams — e.g., paper, plastic, metal — and stored in a safe, economical, and environmentally-friendly manner.

Miltek waste balers provides the equipment and know-how to accomplish these tasks. The company, servicing 29 countries, is a leading supplier of waste balers and compactors, with comprehensive expertise in waste, waste handling and recycling, technology, and economy in a safe, healthy and secure environment. Miltek offers solutions for waste compaction and recycling on a quality, environmental, and economic basis with high competitive ability.

To meet environmental concerns, Miltek’s solutions aim to minimize waste and to maximize the efficient use of materials and resources. The company’s air-powered balers, for example, are equipped with patented low-energy systems that reduce energy consumption up to 60 percent.

The company’s balers and compactors are simple, easy and safe to operate with built-in fail-safe mechanisms. The equipment is configured in a carefully analyzed and planned sorting process that minimizes the risk of injuries caused by waste congestion in the workplace, or of injury in moving bulky uncompacted waste.

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