Category Archives: household bins

Every scrap can feed a crop

26 Mar 2014 by sobananapenguin in categories Articles, Bin chit chat, compost bin, food bins, home recycling bins, household bins, kitchen bins, recycling bin, recycling bins in the home | Be the first to comment here.

Food has always been a commodity that few of us enjoy wasting. Aside from the likes of royals, nobles and aristocrats of centuries gone by, when having more than you could physically ingest was a status symbol, the throwing away of good grub is seen as extravagant, selfish and even ignorant. This is why there [...]

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Recycling Bins – Next Generation of Rubbish Bin

14 Oct 2010 by Chris Taylor in categories designer bins, household bins, recycling bin | Be the first to comment here.

Recycling is no longer a past time of fringe movements or idealistic groups. Recycling is now accepted by the vast majority of not only, a sensible and pragmatic approach to waste management, but also as essential in maintaining the environment and protecting our futures. Even the reluctant few have found themselves getting involved as more [...]

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Rubbish Bins – Importance of Design

19 Aug 2010 by Chris Taylor in categories designer bins, external bin, home improvement, household bins, public bins | Be the first to comment here.

Many of us may think of the humble waste bin as just a simple receptacle for throwing our rubbish in; however, there are a wide variety of different types of rubbish bin, all designed for different tasks and purposes. Design is highly important when it comes to selecting the right type of waste bin. So [...]

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Beauty of the Sensor Bin – Design, Style and Practicality

30 Jul 2010 by Chris Taylor in categories catering bin, designer bins, household bins, kitchen bins | Be the first to comment here.

The world of technology seems to be travelling faster and faster. Within the last decade we have seen the rise of mobile phones, the internet and a whole of host of gadgets, gizmos and ways of communicating. But one area where you wouldn’t expect all this sci-fi technology to infiltrate is the kitchen, and in [...]

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Rubbish Tips Around the Home – The Kitchen

22 Jul 2010 by Chris Taylor in categories food bins, home improvement, household bins, recycling bin | Be the first to comment here.

Each year, every household in the UK gets rid of about one tonne of rubbish. From kitchen scraps and waste containers to old newspapers and tin cans, a myriad of items are thrown away by each-and-every-one of us. Coping with all this rubbish is down to the humble dustbin, wheelie bin or household bin. But [...]

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The Modern Rubbish Bin – Types, Changes and History

09 Jul 2010 by Chris Taylor in categories bin facts, external bin, household bins, public bins, service sector bins, waste management | Be the first to comment here.

They are everywhere; on roadsides, along pavements, in our homes, front drives and at work. We hardly give them a second thought but the humble rubbish or waste bin does a highly important job that keep our homes, streets and city centres clean. There are several types of waste bin used by each of us. [...]

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Outdoor Bin Safety and Hygiene – Eliminating Fires, Pests and Smells

02 Jul 2010 by Chris Taylor in categories external bin, food bins, hospital bin, household bins, industrial bins, public bins, school litter bin | Be the first to comment here.

Whether you running a public building, private business or are part of the service sector you are responsible for the rubbish you accumulate and dispose of. For most people that is a case of simply throwing the waste in the outdoor bin until it is collected. However, health, hygiene and safety risks can occur in [...]

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Litter, Rubbish and Recycling for Beginners

25 Jun 2010 by Chris Taylor in categories bin facts, household bins, public bins, recycling bin, rubbish tips, waste management | Be the first to comment here.

Rubbish and litter is an inevitability. Everybody accumulates waste and rubbish that has to be disposed of. The average person in the United Kingdom disposes of over 5 kilos of rubbish a week in their rubbish bin – a quarter of a tonne a year. All that waste has to go somewhere too. It is [...]

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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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