Monthly Archives: February 2010

Bin Fires, Eliminating the Danger and Nuisance

25 Feb 2010 by Chris Taylor in categories external bin, hospital bin, industrial bins, public bin, waste management | Be the first to comment here.

Every year there are reportedly thousands of bin fires nationwide. They are not only a nuisance for the fire service who have to spend hundreds of man hours and resources putting them out, but they are also a danger to buildings and lives. Often, if a bin is left close to a building the flames […]

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Public Bins for Councils and Local Authorities

11 Feb 2010 by Chris Taylor in categories external bin, industrial bins, public bins, service sector bins, smoking bin | Be the first to comment here.

For local authorities, one of the most important aspects of keeping any city or town clean and free from litter is ensuring there are adequate bins to deal with the litter and rubbish the town’s population throw away. The public litter bin is a vital tool in keeping towns and cities clean and inadequate bins, […]

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The Most Controversial Bin in History – The Wheelie Bin

03 Feb 2010 by Chris Taylor in categories bin facts, household bins, rubbish bins | Be the first to comment here.

Never has something so innocent and mundane caused as much controversy since its inception than the wheelie bin. Wheelie bins have been around since the 1970’s and since their introduction in British society they are rarely out of the headlines. There have even been campaigns by British newspapers to get them banned from the streets […]

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