Waste Management & Recyclers

Waste haulers, recycling plants, and the waste management industry in general all benefit from Bramidan’s line of balers and compactors. 

Waste Management and Recycling is one of the most important, unspoken sectors that contemporary infrastructure relies on.

Tailoring a waste management strategy towards large-scale recycling and waste management requires powerful, dependable, and robust machinery.

Bramidan’s line of horizontal balers, vertical balers, and compactors offer ways to manage large volumes of waste. 

Challenges

  • Time spent on waste handling
  • Limited space & overfilled containers 
  • Difficulty managing various waste types separately
  • Limited income opportunities from recyclables
  • Higher carbon footprint
  • Expensive container haulings
  • Strict waste handling policies

Benefits

  • Saves time
  • Reduces waste collections
  • Efficient waste management
  • Reliable sustainable recycling solution
  • Generate an income from recyclable materials
  • Optimizes space utilization
  • Enhances workplace cleanliness

Recommended Equipment

This sector deals with debatably the largest volumes of waste out of any other sector. Because of this, managers primarily turn to recycling machinery like compactors and horizontal balers, since they offer impressive handling of large waste volumes.

Vertical Balers

Discover the ideal Vertical Baler solution tailored for your retail company’s needs. Explore our wide selection.

 

Horizontal Balers

Explore our powerful Horizontal Balers, perfect for businesses seeking to enhance their recycling and waste handling.

 

Self-Contained & Stationary Compactors

Designed for businesses with large volumes of waste, our compactors offer reliable compaction.

 

Services

BRA-IN

Unlock the future of waste management with BRA-IN: a game-changer in intelligent fleet monitoring, real-time fill levels, and more.

Service

As a Bramidan customer, we provide you with skilled technicians to install your machinery, train operators, and complete routine repair service.

Rent, Lease or Buy

Whether you prefer the flexibility of renting, the convenience of leasing, or the ownership of buying, our financing gives you options.

Explore Common Waste types for Waste Handlers

Of course, Waste Handlers deal with any and all waste that comes through the system.

Curious about common waste types you may encounter? Check out all waste types below. 

Don’t see your waste type? View all waste types here.

Paper & Cardboard

Paper, cardboard, shredded paper, paper bags, and newspapers require a comprehensive waste management machine.

Soft & Hard Plastic Waste

Soft plastics, such as films and big bags, and hard plastics, such as bottles, containers, and barrels, require powerful compaction.

Metal

Metal waste encompasses recyclable materials like steel and aluminum, commonly from industry and consumer use, and is valuable for resource conservation.

Waste Analysis in the Waste Management & Recycling Sector

Waste management centers and recycling plants are designed to handle a vast array of waste streams from various sectors.

Here’s an overview of the types of waste they manage:

 

  • Municipal Solid Waste (MSW): Everyday items discarded by the public, including household garbage, packaging, food scraps, yard waste, and furnishings.
  • Recyclables: Separated materials like paper, cardboard, glass, metals, and plastics that can be processed and remanufactured into new products.
  • Construction and Demolition Waste: Debris from construction sites, renovations, and demolition, including concrete, wood, asphalt, and metals.
  • Hazardous Waste: Requires special handling and includes household chemicals, industrial by-products, medical waste, and electronic waste.
  • Organic and Green Waste: Biodegradable waste such as garden clippings, branches, and food waste, which can often be composted.
  • Electronic Waste (E-Waste): Discarded electronic devices such as computers, televisions, and mobile phones which contain valuable, recoverable materials as well as hazardous substances.
  • Industrial Waste: Waste generated from manufacturing and industrial processes, which can include chemicals, metals, and plastics.
  • Automotive Waste: Includes end-of-life vehicles, batteries, tires, and engine oils.
  • Bulk Waste: Large items like appliances, furniture, and mattresses.
  • Sewage Sludge: Semi-solid waste that is a by-product of sewage treatment processes.
  • Chemical Waste: This includes laboratory chemicals, pesticides, and other products that may be toxic, flammable, reactive, or corrosive.
  • Special Waste: Waste that requires special handling, such as asbestos, contaminated soils, and medical waste from hospitals and clinics.

 

Waste management centers and recycling plants are crucial in the waste hierarchy, as they work to efficiently sort, recycle, and repurpose waste materials. They also play a vital role in diverting waste from landfills and incinerators, helping to minimize the environmental impact of waste.

Effective operation of these facilities requires sophisticated sorting technology, knowledge of waste treatment processes, and adherence to environmental regulations and safety standards.

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