Category Archives: service sector bins

Rubbish Bin Security – Importance of Providing Safe Public Waste Bins

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

When providing bins for the public, whether you are a business, private organisation or a public body, it is important to remember that when providing rubbish bins there are safety and security aspects to think about. Rubbish bins are an essential part of any building or premises, especially when members of the public are around. […]

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Waste Management for Hospitals – it’s all about the rubbish bins

05 Aug 2010 by Chris Taylor in categories hospital bin, public bins, sanitary bin, service sector bins, Social Care Bins, waste management | Be the first to comment here.

Waste management is perhaps more important for hospitals than any other industry or institution. Hospitals produce vast amounts of waste and refuse from all manner of sources and not all of it can just be thrown into the rubbish bins. There are two types of waste produced by hospitals and medical settings: clinical waste, which […]

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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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Bins for Business – Choosing the Right Waste Bins

18 Jun 2010 by Chris Taylor in categories bins for catering, external bin, industrial bins, public bins, service sector bins, waste management | Be the first to comment here.

Waste is a key part of any business -whilst reducing waste can help increase profitability – it can never be totally eliminated and all businesses have to deal cope with waste management. Rubbish and waste in some businesses is often minimal and requires little more thought than the removal of rubbish from our homes does. […]

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Parks and Open Spaces – Litter Bins

01 Jun 2010 by Chris Taylor in categories bin facts, external bin, service sector bins, waste management, waste tips | Be the first to comment here.

Britain has the largest number of public parks and open spaces than any other country in Europe. There are dozens of urban parklands in many of our major cities and conurbations. However, as pleasurable as these urban natural oasis are they are expensive to maintain. Councils and local authorities have to invest huge amounts of […]

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Providing Childcare? Importance of the Nappy Bin

20 May 2010 by Chris Taylor in categories nappy bin, sanitary bin, service sector bins, Social Care Bins | Be the first to comment here.

The nappy bin is increasingly becoming and important part of childcare, this article explains why and what do look our for when choosing a nappy bin for the service sector. Childcare is  important for many people in the modern world who try to juggle careers and families – a daily struggle for many households as […]

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Supplying Bins for the Public – Important points to think about

13 May 2010 by Chris Taylor in categories external bin, hospital bin, industrial bins, public bins, service sector bins | Be the first to comment here.

Providing public litter bins and waste containers is not as simple a task as it may first appear. There is more to the humble outdoor and public bin than just being a receptacle for rubbish. And quite often, if when local authorities, hospitals or other public body gets their waste bin decisions wrong – it […]

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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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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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New Laws for refuse Collecting – Importance of Supplying the Right Bins

22 Mar 2010 by Chris Taylor in categories Bins for Care sector, external bin, household bins, public bins, service sector bins | Be the first to comment here.

There has been a lot of political debate in the UK and other areas of Europe and North America about the future of home refuse collection. Driven by environmental policy and the need to reduce the ever increasing costs of disposing of household waste, many new laws and regulations are being introduced to promote recycling […]

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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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Starting a Catering Business? Don’t Forget the Bins.

15 Mar 2010 by Chris Taylor in categories bins for catering, catering bin, service sector bins, waste management, waste tips | Be the first to comment here.

In every business there is waste. From discarded paper to scrap metal, waste is part and parcel of all businesses and industry. However, waste management in some business sectors is more important than in others. Catering is one such industry where more thought and consideration has to be placed on the disposal of rubbish than […]

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Importance of Sanitary Bins in Social Care

11 Mar 2010 by Chris Taylor in categories Bins for Care sector, sanitary bin, service sector bins, Social Care Bins, waste management | Be the first to comment here.

The care sector is an important but challenging industry. Ensuring vulnerable people are cared for requires a multitude of skills and abilities, but when mistakes are made criticisms can often be scathing. Hygiene is one aspect where many sections of the care industry have come under criticism in recent years; the spread of hospital acquired […]

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Tips for Buying Bins for the Care and Service Sector

02 Mar 2010 by Chris Taylor in categories external bin, hospital bin, industrial bins, public bin, public bins, sanitary bin, service sector bins | Be the first to comment here.

The bin plays a vital role in the care sector and other service industries. It is a crucial part in ensuring hygiene and plays a part in the fight against hospital acquired infections. Care sector bins have to function under far more demanding circumstances that conventional rubbish receptacles. From the type of waste to the […]

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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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