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Fishnet Baler Machine

What is fishnet waste? 

In our daily life we can see various types of plastic nets, such as fishnet, safety net, net bags and so on. Most plastic nets, typically fishnets are used outdoors. With years of exposing to the sun or soaked in water, these fishnets get aged, damaged or corroded. As a result, a large amount of waste fishnets are generated.

Why recycling fishnet waste? 

Most fishnet is of plastic material. Improper disposal of plastic waste produces harm to the environment which is widely known as “White Pollution”. White pollution not only adversely affecting nature’s beauty but also leads to health hazards. Landfill is not a long term solution, because the degradation cycle of current plastics is at least 200 years in general. Plastic is a versatile and highly recyclable material, so it makes great sense of recycling waste fishnet. Recycling waste fishnet not only benefits economy but also benefit the environment. A fishnet baler is a good equipment for recycling of waste fishnet.

What are the benefits of using fishnet baler? 

– The volume of fishnet wastes can be greatly reduced, as a result, there is more space created for other activities.

– Less spending on waste fishnet hauling and removal charges.

– After baling, there is less chance of fire and trip hazard, the working environment become safer and cleaner.

– By compressing waste fishnet into compact bales, it saves more on logistics related with transporting loose fishnet wastes.

– Take up less landfill space, prolong the lifetime of a landfill site, more environmental friendly.

Buying fishnet baler from SINOBALER

SINOBALER provides various fishnet balers. We cover the full range of vertical and horizontal fishnet balers large or small and we can also customize machines to suit client’s specific requirements. If you are looking for a fishnet baler for your business, contact us for the optimal waste fishnet baling solution for your needs.


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