Small & Medium-Sized Business

As a small to medium-sized businesses owner, enhance efficiency and reduce waste with the integration of a reliable baler.

While Bramidan now serves a wide range of large businesses, our business first started with serving small to medium-sized businesses.

And to this day, we continue to produce some of the most reliable, compact machinery for businesses with limited space.

Adept waste management gives your business a strategic edge, enhancing bottom line and operation efficiency.

Check out your custom waste analysis below.

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

Since every business is different, it’s impossible to offer a one-size-fits-all solution here.

In general, due to the smaller volume of waste generated by small to medium-sized businesses, we recommend a small vertical baler that can easily fit in your workspace.

Check out our full line of vertical balers below.

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.

Most Common Waste Types in Small-Medium Businesses

Discover the essential world of waste management for sustainable practices.

Explore your specific waste type and unveil our curated selection of machines designed for optimal efficiency and eco-friendly solutions.

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.

EPS & Foam

EPS & Foam waste, such as styrofoam, is less recyclable, bulky, and environmentally persistent, requiring specialized handling to mitigate pollution.

Waste Analysis for Small to Medium-Sized Business

Small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) can generate a variety of waste types, often depending on the nature of their operation, industry, and size.

However, common categories of waste encountered by most SMBs include:

 

  • Paper Waste: Includes office paper, envelopes, invoices, receipts, and promotional materials.
  • Packaging Waste: Cardboard boxes, plastic wrapping, and packing materials from shipments received and goods dispatched.
  • Organic Waste: For businesses like cafes or local grocers, this includes food scraps and expired produce.
  • General Office Waste: Waste from everyday operations, such as pens, staples, and other small office items.
  • Electronic Waste (E-Waste): Outdated or broken electronics like computers, monitors, and printers.
  • Furniture and Fixtures: Unwanted or broken furniture, shelving units, and light fixtures.
  • Hazardous Waste: Depending on the industry, this could include cleaning chemicals, paints, or automotive oils.
  • Construction and Renovation Debris: Any waste resulting from office remodeling or building maintenance.
  • Textile Waste: For retail SMBs, this could be unsold items or worn employee uniforms.
  • Plastic Waste: Single-use plastics, product containers, and other plastic materials that are not reused.


SMBs often seek waste management strategies that are cost-effective and don’t require extensive resources to manage due to typically having fewer financial and physical resources than larger corporations.

They might engage in local recycling programs, donate unsold goods, and find creative ways to repurpose materials to minimize their waste.

Increasingly, SMBs are also recognizing the value of sustainability in attracting customers and may adopt green practices to enhance their market appeal.

Read About Our Small-Medium Business Customers

Discover how leading small-medium businesses have transformed their waste management practices with Bramidan’s solutions.

From freeing up space and saving on waste bills to turning waste into value and cutting down on maintenance costs, these success stories speak volumes about the impact our solutions can have on your business.

ZACKENBERG

Custom Bramidan Drum Press keeps Arctic waste-free

A special drum press makes it easy to compress oil drums at the Zackenberg research facility in Greenland. The compressed drums are easy to ship back to Denmark to prevent contamination.

Marshal Wallets

Bramidan B4 baler reduces time waste for Marshal Wallets’ staff

At Marshal Wallets, an indoor Bramidan B3 baler means huge savings by reducing the time staff wastes on moving boxes from the warehouse to the outside dumpster.

Herko

Bramidan B5 Wide Replaces 4-yard Container

Herko, an automotive parts distributor, replaced a large outside dumpster with a compact baler. Waste collections decreased from 2-3 times a week to just 1x a month.

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