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Baling Conditions

Baling Conditions

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Best Practices: Recovered Paper Baling Conditions

Baling Conditions
Bales must be made in such a way so that they can be handled, transported and stored in a safe and cost-efficient manner. Right-angled and well-pressed bales are highly recommended. Parallel wires to be promoted in the future*. The baling conditions should take into account a bale identification system if one exists. Some minimum requirements regarding the baling conditions should be observed.

Minimum requirements** • • Minimum weight of a bale: 400 kg 1st category: "Medium Bales" - Dimensions of the bales: Length: between 1m and 1.50m Height and width: between 0.75m and 1.25m - Weight: from 400 kg to 800 kg • • 2nd category: "Big Bales" - Dimensions of the bales: Length: between 1m and 2.50m Height and width: between 0.75m and 1.25m - Weight: from 700 kg and more The minimum optimum weight to be loaded on each truck should be the maximum legally permitted, i.e. 23,500 kgs
* specific modifications may be agreed between the supplier and the paper mill ** with a moisture content of 10%

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