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Customer Testimonials

  • EYE FOR INNOVATION
    Montgomery Scrap Corp. (MSC), Rockville, Md., is a full-service scrap metal recycling company serving the Mid-Atlantic region. The company, which has been in business since 1949, purchases scrap metal from customers across seven states and sells material to consumers throughout the United States and beyond.
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  • A SOLID INVESTMENT
    Baling municipal solid waste (MSW) so that the bale maintains its integrity takes the right baler, says Larry Heinrich, utilities superintendent of the City of Alliance, Neb. Fortunately, since the summer of 2009, the Alliance Solid Waste Department has had just the right baler on the job—a horizontal two-ram model from International Baler (IB).
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  • DENSIFIER RESULTS ARE CAN-TASTIC
    Lycoming County Resource Management Services in central Pennsylvania runs a 60,000-square-foot sourceseparated MRF that takes in a steady stream of recyclable containers, including aluminum used beverage containers (UBCs).
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  • LOYALTY THAT’S EARNED
    The Collins family and its employees at Collins Metal Co., Forest City, N.C., have worked hard to keep the scrap metal flowing into their yard despite wider economic conditions. According to Ben Collins, ferrous and nonferrous scrap has continued to pour into the facility in healthy amounts.
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  • REDEEMING QUALITIES
    The enactment of Hawaii’s bottle bill in January 2005 has provided Aloha Recycling with the opportunity to serve as a redemption center and take in aluminum cans and glass and plastic bottles.
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  • DOING MORE, PAYING LESS
    GEEP-North Carolina uses its new International Baler model to bale more materials while using fewer labor hours. Operating a facility that recycles obsolete electronics involves a number of processing steps that can lead to a wide variety of secondary commodities to be baled and shipped.
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  • PROVEN PERFORMER
    Alma Iron & Metal has put a new International Baler to work right away as its all-purpose workhorse machine. For Alma Iron & Metal of Alma, Mich., 2007 has been off ering a lot of new perspective. "We moved to a new facility after 66 years at a previous site," notes Roger Simon, who is vice president of the company. His brother David serves as president.
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  • OUTSTANDING RESULTS
    Florida’s Patriot Metals sticks with International Baler for dependable, high-quality two-ram baling results. When it came time for Patriot Metals Inc. of Gibsonton, Fla., to expand its baling capacity, the company’s Larry Nash turned to the source he trusted: International Baler Corp.
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  • PRODUCTIVITY BOOST
    When American National Recycling needed to boost its baling power, the company chose International Baler to get the job done. As the aluminum cans and plastic bottles were brought to his Ontario, Calif., plant in increasing numbers, Joe Davies of American National Recycling was aware he needed more baling power at his disposal.
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  • A SERIOUS UPGRADE
    An International Baler two-ram model brings big-time performance to Beacon Recycling's small Michigan town. Steve Bolhuis considers himself a small-town recycler, but his Muskegon, Mich., company, Beacon Recycling Inc., has accomplished big things rrecently.
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