Bottle Crusher For Bars and Restaurants

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An Australian company, BottleCycler, has developed a machine that crushes glass bottles, reducing the volume taken up by the bottles by 80%. Bottles are fed into the BottleCycler through an opening in the top of the device, which then quietly slices the glass into recyclable pieces. The glass falls into a garbage bin, which is picked up and emptied by BottleCycler. It also removes danger of staff injuries related with carrying, sorting and disposing of glass bottles, and reduces complaints about noise and broken bottles from residents living near clubs, bars and restaurants.

Via: SpringWise

Comments

  1. Eduardo Rosario says

    I am looking for a Glass (Beer) Bottle Crusher for Bar/Restaurant capacity and under the counter operation.
    If yours Company have this product, please contact me via e-mail: erosario.pr@hotmail.com
    Let me know price, dimension, voltage and shipping charges. Thanks

  2. chuck says

    Looking for bottle crusher for bar/restaurant – wanted one that did plastic too if possible – sick of emptying 15 gallon jug three times a night on average

  3. Joe Barty says

    Hi,
    I am a distributor for D & D Innovative Products. We have a new product that crushes bottle and is specifically focused on under counter operations. If you would like some information. please send me an email.

  4. says

    Hi,
    interested in this market to go along with other innovative products we distribute in the UK, please let me have some details

    many thanks

    John Meares

  5. says

    Since when is stealing an idea called developping?
    This idea is stolen from a dutch company Calibrator B.V.
    Look at http://www.bottlenecker.nl
    This is certainly not an idea of Bottlecycler, but a bad copy of the old type Bottlenecker. Even the shape looks the same.
    In fact the bottlenecker won the Horecava Innovation award 2002

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