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Did you know that of the 24 million tonnes of aluminium produced annually in the UK, 51,000 tonnes becomes packaging for food and drinks? Unfortunately, some of those food and beverage cans are destined for landfill sites. However, aluminium is a valuable resource. That means there is an emerging global shift toward using more recycled aluminium and steel. In this article, we’ll discuss the use, versatility, and recyclability of both metals. We’ll...
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Are you planning on getting a baler for your company or manufacturing plant? Do you need to update or upgrade your baler, so that it can keep up with your waste production? If you’re looking for a quick guide on baler parts, this is the place to go. If you own an industrial business or factory, waste management is a crucial part of it. In 2018, 38.1% of waste got recycled in...
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recycling baler
In 2017, the European Union set ambitious plastic packaging recycling goals: 50 per cent of plastic packaging by 2025 and 55 per cent by 2030. Whether these targets are achievable is a debate for another day. Nonetheless, companies across many sectors followed suit with their recycling commitments. If you’re one of those companies, you might be struggling with how to keep your recycling efforts organised and low cost. An efficient recycling baler...
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Let’s get straight to the point. Balers are for recycling. Period. It all began with hay balers, which came onto the scene in the late 1800s, in sync with the rise of industrialised agriculture. These balers recycled hay by feeding it to farm animals. Our focus here isn’t hay balers, though. It’s on paper balers. Since all balers have the purpose of compacting and bundling, paper balers bundle paper and cardboard much...
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The fashion industry is responsible for 10% of the world’s carbon emissions. The production of new fabrics is trashing our planet and causing environmental issues across the globe. Fashion is not helping the severe climate crisis we currently face. The production of new fashion items causes rivers and streams to become polluted and depletes local water sources. Fast fashion is also mainly produced in regions of the world that are not equipped to deal with the...
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