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Agricultural firm opts to remain baling with Riverside

Animal health and nutrition company Agrimin Ltd – world leader in animal health and nutrition – has invested in further baling technology from Yorkshire-based Riverside Waste Machinery. The business has always been passionate about its duties to recycle, and the recent purchase of a second baler – an RWM 75 –

Yorkshire-based catering butcher invests in baler to help environment and boost business

Family-run catering butcher Yorkshire Dales Meat Company has strengthened its recycling strategy by investing in a compact waste baler from Riverside Waste Machinery.  The vertical RWM75 machine is being used to bale mostly cardboard waste which is generated from boxed meat delivered to the Bedale factory from other local farms. However,

Footwear manufacturer boosts environmental agenda with baling of leather

Footwear component manufacturer E A Tailby Ltd has strengthened its recycling agenda with the investment in a heavy duty waste baler from Boroughbridge-based Riverside Waste Machinery.  The RWM450HD is being used to bale leather offcuts from the production of soles and heels. The bales are then shipped to Germany for recycling

Yorkshire recycling specialist secures top safety accreditation

Recycling specialist Riverside Waste machinery has been awarded a prestigious accreditation from SafeContractor, for its commitment to health and safety excellence. The North Yorkshire headquartered business put itself forward for recognition following a rigorous audit of the team’s safety protocol.  Supplying waste balers weighing up to almost eight tonnes, and with

Strength of product results in expansion for Riverside

A Yorkshire-based waste baling company is expanding its overseas operation. Riverside Waste Machinery is predicting a strong performance this year – just two years after breaking away from its sister shredding division. Having cemented its customer base across the home nations, Riverside is increasing its overseas portfolio. Balers have been exported to Turkey and