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Each recycling situation is different
GRS doesn’t just use a cookie-cutter approach to solve your needs.
We review your operations, study the material flow, evaluate, (bringing in engineers when necessary), and design a recycling solution that works for you.
While there are many different types of equipment to use, most situations call for balers and compactors.
There are monthly costs associated with GRS provided balers and compactors. Often these costs are deducted from the revenue checks, and you have a cash-flow positive program.
Regardless of your situation, you will receive monthly reports detailing all materials, weights, rates and rebates, and any equipment or transport charges.
Our statements are easy-to-read, understand, not convoluted reports designed to make it hard to decipher your actual costs and rebates.
Vertical balers are best used for high volume operations (15-20 minimum monthly tons). GRS pays higher rebates because your company’s labor is used to make the bales.
GRS will spot a trailer for the bales and swap it out when it’s full.
For higher volume locations, horizontal and auto-tie balers might be required to optimize efficiencies.
40 Yard Compactors
40 Yard Compactors are best used when your operations wants to minimize labor costs. Just throw the OCC into the compactor and let it do the work for you. When the compactor is full, we will haul and return it.
The material is processed at our facility, and you’re still paid a rebate.
Some high-volume operations can see a positive-cash-flow scenario using a compactor. Another advantage using a compactor is the ability to recycle other materials in the same unit, thus lowering your waste disposal costs.