Reduce the cost of collecting empty glass bottles by 80%. Ideal for pubs, clubs, restaurants, hotels and catering establishments.

Glass waste is a nuisance waste stream taking up wheelie bin space and costing a fortune.

If you are paying to have empty bottles collected in wheelie bins, it means that 80% of your cost is the transport of air!

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Left: BDL05 volume bottle crusher; Right: Under-the-counter bottle crusher

What Are The Benefits Of
Glass And Bottle Crushers?

A typical pub has between two and six 1,100 litre wheelie bins emptied every week at a cost of £10 to £12 a bin. That's between £20 and £72 a week and most of that is wasted space.

With our glass and bottle crusher, more space will be made for your glass, meaning you can transport a larger number of bottles for recycling in one go, as opposed to having to pay for multiple trips. In fact, you could reduce costs by 80%, which is a massive saving for you.

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Glass Crusher
Range

We offer two models of bottle or glass crushers, both of which will enable you to safely and quickly reduce your empty glass bottles to just 20% of their original weight and volume.

Now's the time to take control of your waste and pocket the difference. Find out more about our glass crushers below, and see which one is right for you:

Volume Bottle Crusher: BDL BB06

Multi-bottle feed for larger pubs, restaurants and hotels. Ideal if you have a substantial amount of empty glasses and bottles that need crushing.

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Under Counter Bottle Crusher

Our small glass crusher, this is a single-bottle feed that fits under the bar.

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If you have any questions about our bottle and glass crushers, then get in touch with us today. You can either give us a call or fill out our contact form, and we'll be happy to answer any questions you may have.


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