Eco-friendly EPS handling turns waste into money

In an outbuilding, a RUNI SK370 compacts the boxes into blocks, which are palletised and then sold.

On a good day as many as 1,000 boxes of salmon are fed into the production department at Danish smoked fish giant Norlax A/S. The huge quantity of expanded polystyrene (EPS) boxes used to fill four truckloads per day, which commuted constantly between the company''s premises and a waste handling ...

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