Baler Spotlight: Does My Business Need a Recycling or Cardboard Baler?

by Global Trash Solutions

Business team in a meeting about good environmental practices in the office

  • Do you own or represent a business that produces a substantial amount of corrugated cardboard, PET plastics, paper stock, aluminum, or other recyclable material that can be sold as a commodity?
  • Have you thought about the most economical way to dispose of these recyclables? Are you using a roll-off container or mixing this material with your trash?
  • Are you paying any collection charges?

If you are paying for any recyclable materials to be hauled away from your facility, you may be missing out on an opportunity to bring revenue to your organization, in addition to paying an outside company to collect materials they are going to turn around and sell. Many haulers would prefer for you not to bale and sell your company’s recyclables, or even be aware such an opportunity exists. That is because most hauling companies throughout the US charge businesses for recyclable collection, and then sell it to businesses in the commodity market once it has been through their sort facility, baled, and palletized so it is “mill ready.”

Global Trash Solutions (GTS) has made it our mission to keep companies informed about the most efficient and economical way to process and dispose of their recycling materials. Many GTS clients are great candidates for the 72 vertical and horizontal balers we offer, which produce “mill ready” palletized recycling bales which weigh anywhere from 1,100 to 1,500 pounds. GTS always goes the extra mile by assisting our clients in sourcing the most trustworthy recycling vendors who will pay the most for their recycling material – usually anywhere from $40.00-$70.00 per ton, depending on the market conditions and type of material being baled.

Whatever your specific need is, GTS will be sure to identify the most cost-effective way of addressing it. GTS specializes in helping you reduce costs and get the most out of your waste and recycling material. Please contact us today at (866) 760-8194 for a free consultation.

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