Category list : Bins
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RWM exhibitor round up 1Subscription
Cromwell Polythene will be emphasising the breadth of its product range for the local authority and waste management sectors.
RWM: Exhibitor news 5Subscription
Plastic Omnium’s new generation two wheel bins, shown at its stand, aims to be quieter and more environmentally friendly. A combination of new options - lid, body, axle, wheels - reduces the noise up to 14 dB. Wheels made from used tyres are recyclable and the lid and body of the bin are 100% recycled, made from old bins.
Council changes policy after waste bag fraudSubscription
Biodegradable bags to be stamped with city’s logo after crooked binman is sentenced
Bin locks improve safetySubscription
Container repair and refurbishment company UK Container Maintenance (UKCM) has introduced a Press2Lock mechanism on its containers in a bid to improve public safety and improve its customer offer.
Wheelies are recycledSubscription
CK Services, a division of the CK Group, has carried out a wheelie bin recycling project in the London Borough of Brent.
Fireproof lid for bin safetySubscription
Taylor, manufacturer of fourwheeled galvanised steel bins, has developed a fireproof bin lid (FRLID).
GMB union backs Liverpool council's waste plansSubscription
Mayor says new company shares goal of higher recycling rate
Bin firm fleet managementSubscription
Taylor, the manufacturer of four-wheeled galvanised steel containers, has partnered with Wincanton in a move to boost its growth strategy and as part of a commitment to providing responsive and comprehensive fleet management throughout the UK.
Bin compression x8Subscription
Ecube Labs from South Korea and ESE World have entered into an exclusive partnership to distribute Ecube’s products: Clean Cube and Clean Cube Networks (CCN) throughout northern Europe and Scandinavia.
On the road to more household collections Subscription
Timothy Byrne finds out why the Spanish municipality of Argentona has introduced Geesinknorba’s LI-ON hybrid power units into its waste collection fleet