Monthly Archives: April 2010

Recycling Bins and the Different Recyling Waste

29 Apr 2010 by Chris Taylor in categories external bin, household bins, industrial bins, public bins, recycling bin, service sector bins | Be the first to comment here.

Recycling is now compulsory in many areas of the country. It is no longer something that just a few people do that are conscious about the environment. Recycling is now a prerequisite for many householders and is often enforced with fines or a refusal to collect rubbish. But is can be a confusing issue, especially […]

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Rubbish Bins in the Workplace – what you need to know

22 Apr 2010 by Chris Taylor in categories hospital bin, industrial bins, public bins, service sector bins, waste management | Be the first to comment here.

One of the unforeseen challenges to any business, local authority, council, institute or contractor is equipping a new building or facility with refuse bins. Waste bins after all are a common-or-garden object, so how difficult can it be? Well actually, choosing the wrong type of bin can have all sorts of repercussions in the smooth […]

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Intelligent Bins – Sensor Bins

15 Apr 2010 by Chris Taylor in categories bins for catering, designer bins, food bins, rubbish bins, waste tips | Be the first to comment here.

When it comes to disposing of rubbish, there is only one place it can go: the rubbish bin. However, the process of disposing of rubbish can be problematic in certain scenarios. Cooks, medical practitioners and people who work in the food industry are frequent users of waste bins, however, the problem for these people and […]

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Rubbish Story – What happens to our Waste?

01 Apr 2010 by Chris Taylor in categories recycling bin, rubbish bins, rubbish tips, waste management | Be the first to comment here.

Every year in England alone we throw away some 25.5 million tonnes of rubbish in our waste bins and it increases each and every year as we throw more and more rubbish away, and the population continues to expand. That’s enough rubbish to fill every Premiership football stadium in the country and with such large […]

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