What types of waste you will be compacting?
With the addition of accessories, some machines can handle multiple materials. RUNI compactors are especially versatile; there is virtually no material they cannot compact.
Volume of waste and space available
The volume of waste produced (as well as the space you have available) will impact which waste compactor is best for your needs. Smaller compactors are available for businesses with low waste volumes and businesses with limited space may want to consider a portable compactor.
Power consumption can vary from model to model, so it’s worth spending some time comparing different compactors. RUNI compactors (unlike other, similar models) are designed to use less power as they don’t use heat.
Reliability of manufacturer
Choose a waste compactor with a good reputation for producing quality, long-lasting products. PRM only offer equipment from leading manufacturers that have a proven track record – such as RUNI.
Good after sales support is vital in order to maintain the smooth running of your compactor. A mechanical breakdown can mean a loss of valuable time and can be costly. PRM offer a range of after sales support from our in-house engineers, including maintenance contracts, parts and breakdown call outs.
Regardless of the size of your budget, PRM are confident they can find the equipment-based solution to your problem. However, if your budget isn’t going quite as far as you hoped, you might want to consider a used waste compactor.
Need assistance choosing a waste compactor?
Contact the PRM team for more advice or support about the best compactors for handling any type of business and commercial waste.