As a result of using a waste crusher you will be able to fit more black bags in your bins, reducing the number of collections that you need to pay for. Long term, this will significantly lower your outgoing costs.
Cardiff (PRWEB UK) 14 November 2013
Every business that produces waste is liable to be charged for its collection and disposal on a regular basis. In fact, a recent report revealed that UK organisations shell out millions of pounds a year simply on their waste disposal costs.
Unfortunately, non recyclable waste often takes up a lot of space, and with most waste collection companies charging per bin collection all that extra air in the bags is simply pushing the cost higher and higher.
Waste handling company Orwak is always looking for ways to help organisations reduce the number of collections they have to pay for, and believes that its waste crushers are the ideal way to do so.
Caroline Williams, Marketing Manager for Orwak, said: “Our aptly named ‘waste crushers’ are designed to compact waste using high pressure, getting rid of all the extra air so that the rubbish takes up less room."
“As a result of using a waste crusher you will be able to fit more black bags in your bins, reducing the number of collections that you need to pay a waste disposal company for. Long term, this will significantly lower your outgoing costs."
“And in the short term, installing a waste crusher will help keep the Health and Safety officer off your back- waste crushers keep your rubbish neat and tidy onsite, which not only makes your workspace safer and more appealing to visitors, but also frees up outdoor areas.”
However, Orwak knows that not all businesses have the same needs when it comes to waste disposal. That’s why it offers two types o machine to help fit a variety of requirements and budgets.
The 5030 is a small bag crusher, ideal for low volume waste producers. For larger volumes, the 4110 bin compactor compacts waste within a wheeled bin, enabling minimal manual handling.
Caroline Williams added: “With a reduce number of bins, fewer costly collections, and a neat and tidy site, waste crushers could be the ideal way for you to start saving your business money in 2014.”
Read more about the Group on our website (http://www.phs.co.uk).
The PHS Group is a leading workplace services provider and has traded in the UK since 1963. It has a diverse service portfolio aimed at improving work and leisure spaces, while making life much easier for facilities, building and people managers.
PHS provides these direct to UK companies and also operates as a tier one supplier to the facilities management market, supporting the integrated service propositions of most major FMs.
The PHS Group’s annual turnover for the year ending March 2013 was £418 million. It employs more than 5,000 personnel, operates from a wide network of 140 sites and provides services for over 250,000 customers nationwide.