What’s the ROI on your baler?

What’s the ROI on your baler?

In 2013, Greenbank installed a HPK 50 at a site in Newark, since then it has created over 32,000 bales, the equivalent to 15,000 tons of cardboard.

Currently, the average price of a cardboard ton is around £100 – £122 although it’s important to mention that during the summer months the average price per ton of cardboard was considerably higher, reaching £143 in July.

Now for the fun part..

15,000 (tons) x £90 (conservative cardboard price) = £1, 350, 000 in just four years

Impressive? Not bad for a baler that retails at just £129,000, this gives a return on investment of just 4.6 months.

If you think there is extra revenue to be made from your waste equipment, however large or small, contact a member of the team to arrange your free waste audit.

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The Greenbank hydraulic portable compactor range comes with two models. The PCS is our standard unit and the PCW is especially manufactured and designed for waste with high liquid content.

The PCS8 skip unit as shown below features an extremely low loading height (1300mm), making loading effortless. In addition, the PCS8 also takes up minimum floorspace, at just 1630 mm (W) x 1300 (H).

Each model is available with different configurations of feeding hoppers, hopper lids, binlifters or remote-control adaptions. All build to suit your exact requirements.
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The Greenbank hydraulic portable compactor range comes with two models. The PCS is our standard unit and the PCW  is especially manufactured and designed for waste with high liquid content.

The PCS8 skip unit as shown below features an extremely low loading height (1300mm), making loading effortless. In addition, the PCS8 also takes up minimum floorspace, at just 1630 mm (W) x 1300 (H).

Each model is available with different configurations of feeding hoppers, hopper lids, binlifters or remote-control adaptions. All build to suit your exact requirements.
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