CLARKSVILLE, Md. — Roots Market, a two-store, natural-and-organic grocer here, today announced that it is reducing cardboard box waste and earning revenue for the recycled material with baling technology from Orwak, Shelton, Conn. The baler, which takes up six square feet of floor space, is saving $2,000 in annual trash haulage costs, while generating $4,500 annually in recycling revenue. The baler runs on standard 110V power, and can produce bales of 80-100 pounds. “By baling our ...

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