Category Archives: rubbish bins

Easy to Use Bins

03 Oct 2012 by admin in categories rubbish bins | Be the first to comment here.

There is nothing worse than going to a fast-food restaurant or toilet for that matter and having to use your hands to operate the bin. Talk about un-hygienic. So I thought today I would talk to you about a few options that have a hands-free (care-free) operation for at home, the office and for the [...]

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Rubbish and Pests – Eliminating Mess, Vermin and Smells

15 Jul 2010 by Chris Taylor in categories dustbin, external bin, food bins, rubbish bins, waste management | Be the first to comment here.

In the good old days many home owners had a large metal dustbin that they would place all their rubbish into before placing the large heavy lid on top. However, times move on and very few of us have a metal rubbish bin; instead a wide variety of wheelie bins and recycling bins adorn our [...]

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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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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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Home Improvement Tips – What about the Rubbish Bins?

07 Jan 2010 by Chris Taylor in categories decor, designer bins, home improvement, household bins, rubbish bins | Be the first to comment here.

How our homes look says a lot about our characters and personality which is why each year in the UK alone £ billions are spent by people renovating, redecorating and replacing furniture around the home. Nearly every aspect of somebody’s home can be altered to match other aspects of the home but surprisingly very few [...]

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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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The Gardener’s Friend – The Gardening Waste Bin

19 Nov 2009 by Chris Taylor in categories compost bin, gardening bin, rubbish bins, waste tips | Be the first to comment here.

Any good gardener knows the importance of a good gardening bin. It seems it doesn’t matter whether we are weeding, mowing, planting or seeding the garden is a key place for generating waste. Many of us are now fortunate to receive gardening bins for our household gardening waste but so much more can be done [...]

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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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