Clothes and Textiles: Can They Bale?

In short, yes. Since the clothing industry has called for more conscious use of raw material, our vertical or horizontal balers have become increasingly popular in the merchandise sector.

Baling clothing and textiles is a smart, safe, and easy way to manage your resources. Safe, Simple Waste Management with our equipment will help you save time and money in handling your textile waste. Streamline the compression of diverse fabric materials, facilitating efficient transport and maximizing space efficiency.

Vertical Balers

Compact and space-saving balers designed for the disposal of textile waste, positioned conveniently at the waste generation point.

Horizontal Balers

Machines for the continuous and efficient compaction of textile waste, customizable to meet the demands of various industries.


Compactors tailored to suit the management of clothes and textile waste, with options for both self-contained and stationary compactors.


  • Excessive space usage by loose clothing and textiles, causing clutter and disorganization.
  • Increased waste management costs due to frequent disposal needs without baling.
  • Larger carbon footprint from inefficient transportation and recycling processes due to non-compacted textiles.


  • Reduced textile waste volume, freeing up storage space and improving warehouse efficiency.
  • Lower waste collection and transport costs due to compacted bales.
  • Enhanced recycling efficiency and sustainability with reduced landfill waste and transportation emissions.


Clothing waste in large retail is a significant byproduct of unsold inventory, customer returns, and seasonal stock turnover. These garments range from everyday wear to high-end fashion, including a variety of materials like cotton, polyester, leather, and blends that present different recycling and waste management challenges.


In a large manufacturing or industrial setting, textile waste encompasses a broad array of material offcuts, defective fabric from quality control processes, end-of-roll pieces, and outdated or surplus textiles. These can include heavy-duty fabrics used in upholstery, industrial garments, automotive interiors, and technical textiles designed for specific functions.

See How Our Machines Work


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 handle large waste volumes with ease. 

Mobile compactors

Watch How a Self-Contained Compactor Works

A self-contained compactor offers versatile solutions for companies to manage their various waste fractions effectively.

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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