How much does a cardboard baler cost?

Short ROI on a low cost investment. Updated on Jul. 13, 2021 | Author: Brent Nijssen A cardboard baler is an investment in your company with a lot of cost-saving and environmental benefits. The initial average investment of a new vertical cardboard baler machine is between $5,000 – $20,000. Depending on the organizations’ needs and specifications, […]

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Cardboard Shredders & Perforators

Recycle Cardboard Waste into Eco-Friendly Packaging Material Updated on Mar. 04, 2021 | Authors: Pim Brouwer & Brent Nijssen Do you want to make eco-friendly packaging material from your cardboard waste? A cardboard shredder or perforator is a sustainable solution to repurpose and recycle corrugated cardboard waste into packaging or void-fill material. These machines pay […]

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Vertical Cardboard Baler

With a vertical cardboard baler you compress voluminous cardboard waste into small and compact bales. By compressing cardboard waste, you reduce the volume of the material. This saves up floor space and also the cost of waste collection.

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How much is a cardboard bale worth?

All benefits of baling cardboard Updated on Jun. 6, 2021 | Author: Brent Nijssen Bales of cardboard are valuable secondary raw materials for new cardboard and are worth money on the world market for wood fiber products. The price of a bale of cardboard can fluctuate considerably. A metric ton of cardboard, for example, fluctuated […]

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How much does a cardboard bale weigh?

What is the weight and size of a bale of cardboard? The average weight of a cardboard bale produced by a vertical baler is approximately 660lbs or 300kg. This is the weight of a medium-sized bale measuring 47.2 x 31.5 x 31.5 inches or 120 x 80 x 80 cm. There are multiple variants of […]

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10x Tips for sustainable packaging and shipment

How to pack & send a package sustainably? updated on 24 February 2021 | Authors: Brent Nijssen & Pim Brouwer More and more entrepreneurs are looking for examples and solutions to make shipments of products more sustainable. According to research from Trivium packaging (2020), they are right to do so because 59% of consumers are less likely […]

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