Parry & Evans invests in Bollegraaf Baler › Bollegraaf Recycling Solutions
Family-run recycling firm, Parry & Evans, has invested in a Bollegraaf HBC 120 Baler.
The business processes materials such as cardboard, plastic and office waste through to newspaper, pamphlets and best white grade one paper. It has recycling centres in Deeside and Welshpool.
Parry & Evans, has invested in a Bollegraaf HBC 120 Baler
The company said it chose the HBC 120 Baler in order to increase its processing rate and offer its recycling services to a wider range of customers across Wales, the Midlands and the North West of England.
Parry & Evans said it hopes to achieve a processing rate of 3,000 tons per week. The equipment will bale sorted paper and cardboard.
The Baler’s variable frequency drive enables it to run at a low RPM, so it can default to standby mode after 180 seconds, when not being used. This offers savings on energy costs, the manufacturer said. It also has pre-press flap which offers 30-40% more capacity, producing more compact, heavier, easier to stack bales, the company said.
Lee Evans, operations director at Parry & Evans, said: “The HBC 120 has a great pedigree and it’s efficient, energy-saving benefits mean that we can confidently expand our range of services across the UK.”