• Brownhall, Balla, Co. Mayo, Ireland F23 VY45

AGRICULTURAL WRAP RECYCLING

Agricultural plastics are recyclable and their management in a working yard can be problematic. These plastics; silage wraps, sheeting, bags and other such materials are bulky and depositing these wastes in bins is a very expensive and inefficient way of managing their disposal.

AGRICULTURAL WRAP PRODUCT OPTIONS

The PEL Waste Reduction Equipment range of agricultural silage wrap balers allows farmers to keep silage wrap and other waste plastics neat and tidy in a baled format until ready for collection or removal to recycling centre.

The PEL200TR is the smallest machine in the PEL silage wrap baler range and will hold approximately 40-50 wraps

The PEL700TR is the middle machine in the PEL silage wrap baler range and will hold approximately 60-80 wraps.

The PEL1500TR is the largest machine in the PEL silage wrap baler range and will hold approximately 150-190 wraps.

AGRICULTURAL WRAP RECYCLING FACTS

What our Clients sayAbout PEL Waste Reduction Equipment

  • Niall Kelly

    Niall Kelly

    Regional Procurement Manager | Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group

    The PEL Waste Reduction Equipment range of bin compactors, balers and bottle crushers have generated significant waste disposal cost savings and increased staff efficiencies across the Rezidor Hotel Group over the course of the last 4 years. I have no hesitation in recommending PEL’s range of equipment.

  • Jamie Williams

    Jamie Williams

    Director Assurance EY Galway

    Fantastic to see an innovative Irish product on the streets of Galway. Designed and manufactured by one of our clients and EY Entrepreneur Of The Year Ireland alumni. Congrats Tommy Griffith!

  • Capt. Brian Sheridan

    Capt. Brian Sheridan

    Harbour Master & Pilotage Superintendent

    All in all, I couldn't be happier with the PEL bins and with a reduction of 8 man hours per week it's like getting an extra days productivity for free and am happy to proceed with PEL solar compact bins at the Port of Galway.