Category Archives: litter bin

Public Bins – Importance of Numbers and Location

27 Jan 2011 by Chris Taylor in categories external bin, litter bin, public bins, waste management | Be the first to comment here.

In order to keep a public location clean and tidy, the public bin is the most fundamental and important tool available. Providing receptacles for the general public to dispose of their waste is vital, especially in busy locations such as the high street, them parks and around fast food eateries. Simply placing a bin in […]

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Busy Bins – Coping with Public Rubbish

09 Dec 2010 by Chris Taylor in categories external bin, litter bin, public bins, waste management | Be the first to comment here.

There are many locations where the amount of rubbish thrown in public bins can be excessive. While high street bins are very busy, and those outside fast food restaurants in particular, there are some areas where even these pale in significance. These areas are either places where vast numbers visit for a specific event, or […]

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Schools and College – Choosing the Right Bins

18 Mar 2010 by Chris Taylor in categories cigarette bin, external bin, litter bin, school litter bin, service sector bins | Be the first to comment here.

Supplying the right type of bins is crucial for any educational establishment if they are to keep the school or college grounds clear. School Bins Littering is not a problem of the youth, or any other social group, it tends to occur because there is inadequate or shortage of bins. When hundreds of people are […]

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Takeaway and Fast Food Businesses – Importance of the Right Rubbish Bins

04 Mar 2010 by Chris Taylor in categories external bin, food bins, industrial bins, litter bin, public bins | Be the first to comment here.

Health and hygiene are perhaps the most important and feared words in the fast food business. Nothing will close a takeaway quicker than accusations of bad hygiene or lack of pest control. If the environmental health don’t close you down, the lack of custom surely will. It is a constant battle in the catering business […]

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Waste Management – What Happens to the Waste in your Rubbish Bin?

08 Dec 2009 by Chris Taylor in categories industrial bins, litter bin, public bins, recycling bin, waste management | Be the first to comment here.

Each year in the UK alone, 22.5 million tonnes of waste is thrown in rubbish bins or waste bins around the home and office. All this waste has to be managed and waste management is of vital importance to ensure we are not all knee-deep in rubbish. Waste management is becoming increasingly more important as […]

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Rubbish and Waste – Importance of Landfills

07 Dec 2009 by Chris Taylor in categories industrial bins, litter bin, public bins, rubbish tips, waste tips | Be the first to comment here.

We are all wasteful. Each year, an average person throws out over a tonne of rubbish into our waste bins. And our rubbish bins contain everything from organic and food waste to paper, plastic and even metals. Even though many of us now recycle and use recycling bins, most of us are aware that much […]

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Recycling Bins – Getting it right

28 Nov 2009 by Chris Taylor in categories home improvement, litter bin, recycling bin, rubbish bins, waste tips | Be the first to comment here.

Recycling has become a big industry over recent years. Not only are more and more people opting to recycle to ease their environmental conscience but also many local authorities and councils are insisting that residents and businesses start recycling. And fines and penalty notices are now being handed out to home and business owners who […]

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Keeping the School Yard Clean

15 Nov 2009 by Chris Taylor in categories litter bin, public bins, rubbish bins, school litter bin, waste tips | Be the first to comment here.

One of the biggest problems with running a school, college, university or other educational establishment is keeping the grounds tidy and litter-free. Schools and colleges can very quickly become untidy, partly because they house hundreds of young people with appetites for crisps and snacks. Most of this rubbish is responsibly discarded in the school litter […]

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