A baler is a recycling equipment that turns scrap into valued commodities. It’s proving to be quite effective for businesses and has a growing popularity.
COSTS & BENEFITS
While balers can range in purchase price from slightly more than $1,000 to hundreds of thousands of dollars, businesses that produce large amounts of traditional recyclables shouldn’t let the price tag scare them away from investing in this equipment. Read more
Kathryn Renzi, who has served as Crigler Enterprises Executive Vice President for the past three years, has been named President as of December 31, 2017. In addition, it was announced that Wayne Crigler will now serve as CEO.
Kathryn says she looks forward to her new position and is excited to see the company grow in its next generation of management.
Crigler Enterprises has been in business for 42 years in which we have established long standing professional relationships with our customers. Crigler Enterprises has the biggest fleet in the southeast with a great presence in the South Florida area; we have been servicing Florida for over 22 years out of our Miami office.
We have a full service department dedicated to keeping our customers up and running. Some of our specialty services include:
We also buy and sell new and used equipment and provide worldwide consulting services for modernizing controls.
Crigler Enterprises has recently started marketing the Ameri-Shred line of hard drive security shredders.
Wayne Crigler says “We are finding many firms with need to permanently destroy records stored on computer hard drives. These organizations include schools, (most recently Ohio State University), hospitals, communications, and credit firms”.
The Ameri-Shred hard drive shredders are affordable, efficient, and take up minimum floor space.
Crigler Enterprises can design, furnish and install sorting, conveying and separation systems for every recycling application. We specialize in the “mini” MRF systems, which offer excellent value, especially in fiber recovery. This video show a “Fines screen” removing debris from a stream of mixed paper, which increases the market value of the paper in the marketplace.