Eximious Furniture Limited has invested in a new RWM75 waste baler to tackle the amount of waste it produces daily. Handling three different material streams – cardboard, plastic and metal paint tins – this vertical compact baling press from Riverside Waste Machinery is significantly reducing the volume of unwanted packaging held
Waste baler specialist Riverside Waste Machinery has marked its "coming of age" with the launch of more technology in 2018, than any other year. And the growth doesn’t look set to end there. Established in 1997, Riverside thought its 20th birthday celebrations would mark the biggest milestone for the company, this decade.
North Yorkshire-based baler provider Riverside Waste Machinery has recruited a new lead service engineer. With a varied career, Mic Harrison he initially trained to become a Navy marine mechanic at HMS Sultan, Plymouth, where he remained for five years. He has gone on to enjoy a number of engineering roles, working
The past 20 years have been quite a whirlwind for the waste and recycling industry, with recessions, regulations, landfill tax hikes and technological innovations just some of the notable talking points. But the last two decades have also seen the growth of baler specialist Riverside Waste Machinery. The company – originally founded by
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,
There’s a new face at Riverside Waste Machinery’s North Yorkshire headquarters, following the recruitment of service manager Barry Scanlon. Heading up Riverside’s after sales division, Barry is now the main point of contact for existing waste baler customers. He is responsible for proactively scheduling routine machine inspections and servicing, coordinating maintenance enquiries,