Mil-tek aids Plymouth
Plymouth City Council's decision to work with Mil-tek has seen 18 tonnes of waste now being recycled yearly that would otherwise be landfilled.The LA needed a solution to a recycling problem at its City Business Park, which provides offices and light workshops for small businesses. With over 100 small businesses, it wasn't cost-effective to provide individual recycling options although collectively the businesses were producing significant amounts of waste.
Mil-tek supplied a mid size, air powered baler Model 305 that can process around 1.6 tonnes a month of a variety of materials including plastic, cardboard and various grade papers and shredded paper. It is easy and safe to operate and produces a dense bale ready for recycling collection.
Manager of the small businesses site, Sue Grant, says: "We're delighted with the Mil-tek baler as it immediately proved its worth."
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