St Michael’s Mount install a QCR baler to help with their waste cardboard

23rd Sep 2016

St Michael's Mount is an idyllic island on the coast of Cornwall which is separated from the mainland by a causeway covered by sea at high water. They have recently installed a QCR 306 baler

to compact their waste cardboard and plastic. This means a reduction in the amount of costly, unsightly bins on the island and fewer trips across the short stretch of water to dispose of the waste. The island will be a tidier place and they will be saving money on their waste.

QCR’s Area Sales Manager for Cornwall, Steve Hillier was delighted to help out the mount. “It is a real coup helping such an iconic place out with their waste. It’s great we can save the island money and save them a lot of hassle with less frequent journeys across the water. I’m sure the baler will be a great help for them in years to come.”

We wish St Michael’s Mount the best of luck with their new recycling machine.


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