Paper Recycling and Confidential Waste Destruction in a Glasgow Movie Studio
He didn’t have to tell me where we were now, it was the studio control room or gallery. To my left I could see out of the L-shaped glass windows that overlooked what would have been the studio floor but was now the temporary resting place of dozens of paper reels. To my right there was an area where TV equipment must have been located and some of the cabling still seemed to be in place.
With two of these on site they can process up to 50 tonnes of waste paper every hour.
Each forcing out a line of recovered paper or cardboard bales.
The bales, each weighing perhaps as much as 600kg, are the stored in the large warehouse until sold to clients around the globe.
|Branded paper kept locked and under CCTV|
Watch the finished video here or on YouTube and see how paper is recycled.