In an era where environmental consciousness is paramount, businesses must adapt and embrace sustainable practices. Bergmann Direct Ltd, a leader in waste management solutions,...
Bergmann Direct have 30 years' experience in the hospitality sector providing innovative equipment to reduce waste disposal costs and increase recycling revenues.
Uncompacted waste is the main problem. Everyone needs waste contractors to remove waste but just putting everything in bins is rarely the most effective way to reduce disposal costs. Our machines offer you ways to permanently reduce operational and waste disposal costs by effective compaction.
The use of macerators and the disposal of food waste in to drains and in general waste is banned in England from later in 2024 (following Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland where this was done years ago).
The Eco-Smart Food Waste Dryer is revolutionary yet simple technology that removes the water content from food waste overnight, reducing the weight by 80% or more and cutting disposal costs dramatically. The dryer is already in hotels and hospitals throughout the UK.
Glass is a major headache for hospitality businesses. Glass fills up bins quickly yet a full bin is still 90% air.
Pubs, restaurants and hotels have already realised this and are crushing glass in one of our two glass crushers, saving a fortune in disposal costs.
Where space is at a premium, the 6:1 compaction rate of the Bergmann 1100E Wheelie Bin Compactor not only reduces the number of wheelie bins cuts disposal costs and collections by over 80%.
Rotary Bag Compactors
The alternative to balers: just throw your waste or recyclables in and the machine will automatically pack it tightly into a heavy duty bag with a 10:1 compaction rate. No need to stand around waiting for the press plate on a baler to go down and up again before you can load more material. The rotary compactor will work continuously, giving you high tonnages for less work.
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