March 24, 2014
London, UK (rushPRnews) 03/24/14 — With the issue of climate change not likely to go away any time soon, businesses everywhere are looking for ways to reduce their waste, or at least lessen its impact on the environment. Recycling is, of course, a superb way to lend a hand, but you can massively increase its effectiveness by baling your recyclable waste.
While the idea of taking on a piece of heavy machinery may seem daunting to the uninitiated, the reality is in fact far simpler than many may think! For example, Baler Options Ltd have recently launched a great entry-level baler named the Auto 70, which is perfect for small to medium-sized businesses. This small, hardy machine can crush up to 90kg of cardboard and soft plastics into a manageable bundle.
The Auto 70 is a compact baler with a small footprint of around one square metre, making it perfect for businesses with limited space. It also runs from a standard
Along with its ease of use and innocuous size, Baler Options Ltd have made this machine accessible to buyers with a free two-week trial period for you to try out the machine and assess whether it’s right for you. When it comes to the purchase, we’ve got you covered with a handful of finance options to suit any budget – any machine can be rented, hired, leased, or bought outright. Each baler also comes complete with free delivery, installation, and training, plus full breakdown cover.
Baling is an easy and effective way to reduce the impact of your business waste, and Baler Options have the perfect way for you to get started.
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