Category Archives: cigarette bin

Put it out, right out!

07 Apr 2014 by sobananapenguin in categories ashtray, Bin chit chat, cigarette bin | Be the first to comment here.

“Hey, mate. Got a light?” We’ve just looked up the latest smoking statistics, and would you believe that there are 10 million adult smokers in the UK? That’s a sixth of the population huffing and puffing away, and most likely coughing and spluttering a bit too. However, we’re not here to preach about your personal […]

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Cigarette Bins to Suit Your Needs

17 Dec 2010 by admin in categories cigarette bin | Be the first to comment here.

With the recent change in smoking law, it’s no longer possible to smoke inside public places such as offices and railway stations, so now you often find alternative provisions made for smokers. A similar situation also exists in many people’s houses – a lot of people don’t smoke but have friends or relatives who do, […]

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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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The Smoking Ban and Discarded Cigarette Butts

05 Nov 2009 by Chris Taylor in categories ashtray, cigarette bin, rubbish bins, smoking bin, waste tips | Be the first to comment here.

The smoking ban has created a better environment for all of us. But its introduction has had some unforeseen side effects; outside many buildings where smokers now congregate, an unsightly build up of discarded cigarette butts can often be seen. Many pubs, bars and restaurants have installed ashtrays but often they are too small and […]

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