Category Archives: waste management

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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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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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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Bin Fires, Eliminating the Danger and Nuisance

25 Feb 2010 by Chris Taylor in categories external bin, hospital bin, industrial bins, public bin, waste management | Be the first to comment here.

Every year there are reportedly thousands of bin fires nationwide. They are not only a nuisance for the fire service who have to spend hundreds of man hours and resources putting them out, but they are also a danger to buildings and lives. Often, if a bin is left close to a building the flames […]

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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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