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Bramidan balers: safe, quiet and built to last

10-11-2010
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Bramidan’s range of balers looks good on the outside – but it’s what’s inside that really counts.

Precision European engineering and design means they’re quiet, safe, built to last and very easy to use.

Wastech Engineering back the quality of the equipment with a unique service promise which ensures no down-time for the machine or the recycling program at your premises.

Regular service agreements can be arranged and baling twine is available direct from Wastech.

Whether in a warehouse, factory, office or retail space, Bramidan balers help businesses reach their environmental targets and while also making real savings to their transport, waste and recycling programs.

Reducing the cost of transport is a reality when using a baler. Many businesses need this equipment to enhance their recycling program for cardboard and plastic as it rationalizes the waste and recycling streams with ease. 

The workplace can be safe, productive and easy to manage if a recycling baler is installed. There is very high employee satisfaction with a Bramidan Baler.

Employees enjoy the ease of use, the time saved and the space required for cardboard storage and handling is immediately reduced.

Customers across Europe and Australia rely on Bramidan every day.

Wastech, a leader in waste management equipment, is the sole distributor of Bramidan balers in Australia.

Westech is committed to first class professional training and after sales service.

The company has rolled out complete national installations to many retail giants and small business, resulting in highly efficient recycling and cost saving initiatives.

Wastech can arrange a free trial, rental or provide a range of financial options for your business.

Wastech Engineering
Ph: 1800 465 465
www.wastech.com.au

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