Every day, a new huge pile of corrugated boxes is dumped onto a conveyor belt. The paperboard is then fed into the machine by a conveyor belt from the previous stage. A rotating cylindrical blade cuts vertically down through the paperboard. This shreds the box into strips that are then peeled off as they continue to rotate and pile up.
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Paper and cardboard boxes, such as those used to ship items, can be recycled by shredding them into thin strips that can then be mixed with pulp and made into new paper. While many businesses have invested in expensive machines that do this work automatically, there are some quieter, more affordable options for those who do not wish to invest in such a machine.
A small business owner was tired of seeing boxes of old paperwork piled up in the back of their store. Looking for an inexpensive way to rid themselves of the boxes, they found a shredder company that specializes in recycling discarded cardboard. Since the machines are so effective, they offer a free service to dispose of any unused paper after their shredding process is complete. The customer was happy with the idea and decided to purchase a machine from this company.