Our new website shows our own growth and maturity in the industry as a leader.
(PRWEB) December 20, 2012
IPS Balers Inc. Baxley, GA, is proud to announce their new website http://www.ipsbalers.com launch. The new website went live earlier this month. IPS Balers designs and manufactures a complete line of balers for various applications, including the recycling industry.
A baler is a piece of equipment that compresses tons of material in large quantities, into bales which are very dense and designed to maximize shipping container weights. After a bale is compressed, it can be strapped with metal wire or plastic flat straps, and can be wrapped with plastic film. Depending on what is being baled, a bale can weigh anywhere from 800 lbs. (plastic) – 3,000 lbs. (metals).
Balers come in various shapes, weights and sizes; they are used in recycling facilities, distribution centers, and other industrial applications. They’re necessary components of a Material Recovery facility (MRF) such as Single Stream, Municipal Solid Waste (MSW), and Energy Conversions (Front–end Waste to Energy & Others) Construction & Demolition (C&D) Industrial, Commercial and Institutional (ICI) eWaste, green waste and more.
There are two types of basic baler’s, vertical and horizontal balers. Vertical balers are designed to compress dry waste, such as cardboard, plastics, aluminum and paper; they’re usually manually fed and handle smaller capacities. The most common applications for a vertical baler include: retail stores, distribution plants or other industrial applications.
Horizontal balers are designed for continuous operation at high volumes. They’re automated and used in material recovery facilities. They can also bale waste (MSW) and are used in many applications, including baling document destruction, OCC, high paper grades, steal and plastic containers.
Baling material is beneficial to a MRF for various reasons. It provides a dense package which can be economically transported to recycling facilities. Providing a consistent cash flow for the owners, accurate material weight information, easier to transport, stack and handle. Benefits also include minimizing freight cost of the recycled material, as well as the residual trash. Removing recycled materials from the waste stream is also better for the environment, since the material will be diverted from landfills.
IPS takes pride in collaborating and building relationships with multiple associations, nationally and internationally. IPS is NAID certified, NAID promotes the information destruction industry for companies providing information destruction services. IPS is also associated with WASTEC, representing numerous companies in the world’s solid hazardous waste and recyclable material. IPS is associated with ISRI, who represents small family owned businesses to large corporations. IPS finds value in promoting the scrap recycling industry through their membership in ISRI.
“I have been in the Recycling Industry for a very long time and I am very proud that our company is committed to our customers and their success; I have become a friend to a lot of companies in our industry and my goal is to provide equipment that makes a difference to their operation. I am very proud of the industry we are in; I have seen it really transform, into a very mature business over the last 35 years. Our new website shows our own growth and maturity in the industry as a leader,” says Sidney Wildes, IPS Balers System Sales Manager.
IPS Balers is a division of the CP Group. The website was designed and implemented to show integrated branding and relationship between the divisions. For more information please visit http://www.ipsbalers.com, and connect with the CP Group on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/thecpgroup and Twitter http://www.twitter.com/thecpgrp.