How To Compact Paper Waste

Optimize paper waste management with a baler for efficient waste handling

Paper waste is often found as newspapers, paper bags and sacks, magazines, as well as shredded materials. Empty paper bags and other paper waste can take up a lot of space in your stock room, in your store or on your dock. Use our equipment for Paper Waste Management,  and save on disposal costs and free up space by compacting with a baler or compactor.

Vertical Balers

Compact balers designed for the efficient handling of paper waste, easily positioned at the waste source to create vertical bales.

Horizontal Balers

Suitable for high-volume paper waste, these balers offer continuous loading and customizable options to produce horizontal bales tailored to your needs.

Compactors

Versatile compactors that can be tailored for any paper waste management requirement, available in self-contained or stationary model.

Challenges

  • Expensive container rental
  • Cluttered work area poses safety risks
  • Inefficient waste management
  • High environmental impact from unsorted waste

Benefits

  • Lower waste management expenses
  • Enhanced workspace cleanliness and safety
  • Revenue from selling baled paper
  • Streamlined workflow

Which Waste Fractions Do You Struggle With?

Shredded Paper

Place our baler close to the waste source for improved efficiency and workflow. Bramidan’s vertical balers are capable of compressing any shredded paper into dense bales.

High-density bales save you space, time, and money — all while contributing to a circular, green economy.
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Paper Bags

Empty paper bags come in several shapes, sizes, and variations. To help you find the right baler for your needs, contact us for a consultation.

Before choosing a baler, consider your waste type, volume, and needs. Some paper bags are lined with plastic film or organic material, which may require a certain size and build of baler.
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Newspapers

Newspapers can be easily baled into transportable, high-density units.

Ensure all newspapers are unbound for optimal compression.

Based on your output, choose between a vertical or horizontal baler. To learn more about horizontal balers, click here.
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See How Our Machinery Works

Vertical balers

Watch How Our B4 Balers Work

Due to their compact size, B4 Balers easily handle paper waste for small businesses.

VERTICAL BALERS

Watch How Our B-Series Machinery Works

Balers in the B-series have external cylinders, made for basic compaction of cardboard, paper and soft plastic.

VERTICAL BALERS

Watch How Our X-Series Machinery Works

Balers in the X-series have internal cross cylinders for strong compaction of several recyclable waste fractions.

Horizontal balers

Watch How Our CC50 & CC40 Baler Works

The CC50 has a manual-tie and built-in tipping system, while the CC40 Model, has a fully-automatic bale ejection system. Both machines handles large waste volumes with ease. 

Mobile compactors

Watch How a Self-Contained Compactor Works

A Self-Contained compactor provides different solutions for companies to address their various waste fractions.

Stationary compactor

Watch How a Stationary Compactor Works

Suitable for handling very large amounts of waste, stationary compactors come with a press unit and movable container.

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