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To find the simplest and most cost-effective way for managing waste cardboard and establishing a cardboard management program according to each company's special needs, one of the following cases might be similar to your company's situation and their choice of using the EasyBaler? might be the best choice for you as well.
  1. Companies that have limited operational space either indoor or outdoor.
  2. Companies that do not generate enough waste cardboard to justify having a hydraulic compactor.
  3. Companies that have had enough with the cost of the container bin, hauling costs, as well as the problems that come with these.
  4. Companies that have safety concerns with hydraulic compactors and the required training of staff.

Case #1: Companies that have limited operational space either indoor or outdoor.
Company W is a 10,000 square foot grocery store belonging to a nation-wide grocery chain. It has very limited back room space, and their outdoor space is not sufficient for a waste container. Cardboard represents 90% of the store's waste with over 1,200 pounds per week being produced. To solve the waste cardboard problem, no hydraulic compactor could fit in their limited indoor space and there wasn?t any outdoor solution either. The situation caused the company tremendous management problems.

After purchasing an EasyBaler?, bulky cardboard stopped piling up in the stock room. Complaints from the neighbours disappeared. The company is very satisfied with their use of the EasyBaler?.

Case #2: Companies that do not generate enough waste cardboard to justify having a hydraulic compactor.
Company X is a fiber-optical testing equipment distributor with a worldwide market. The company used to throw their waste cardboard into a garbage bin for subsequent dumping in a landfill site. The management of the company was concerned about their environmental responsibility and determined to find a solution. However, the quantity of waste cardboard did not justify an investment in any size of hydraulic compactor.

In their search for a solution, this company determined that the EasyBaler? was surely the most practical and effective way for a smaller waste cardboard generator to recycle their cardboard. Their purchase and use of an EasyBaler? confirmed that they were right.

Case #3: Companies that have had enough with the cost of the container bin, hauling costs, as well as the problems that come with these.
Company Y is an international brand pharmacy without sufficient space for a hydraulic compactor inside the store. They were renting an 8 cubic yard container just for their waste cardboard, costing them $50 a month, plus a twice weekly hauling charge of $45 per service. Because the container was placed outside of the store, it often happened that people threw all kinds of other garbage into the container, like used tires, dead batteries, construction garbage, etc. The pharmacy was subject to a $50 surcharge each time there was any other junk in the container to pay for the hauler to sort the cardboard. So the pharmacy had not only the cost of the service but also the headache of keeping the cardboard free of contamination.

After the pharmacy purchased an EasyBaler?, a cardboard recycler began picking up their bales for a fraction of their old costs. Their entire headache was gone and the money they invested in the EasyBaler? was completely recovered in just 12 months in reduced rental and hauling services.

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Case #4: Companies that have safety concerns with hydraulic compactors and the required training of staff.
Company Z is a countryside business operation that combines a restaurant, a liquor store, a gas station and a full size grocery store. The company was offered a used hydraulic compactor for a very attractive price. After closely comparing this hydraulic compactor with the EasyBaler?, the company chose to invest in the EasyBaler?.

The owner of this company has always felt that his choice of the EasyBaler? was a very wise decision. He knows that there have been numerous cases of accidents involving hydraulic compactors, many of which can be linked to inexperienced staff. A good many of his own employees are students who work part-time, and so he is faced with a regular turnover. The EasyBaler? provides its users with a safe working environment and it requires very little training. This allows his staff, including his part-timers, to operate the EasyBaler? without any problem. On top of being easy to use and safe, he said his investment in the EasyBaler? was recovered within only 9 months by saving money he otherwise would have spent disposing of the waste cardboard.

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