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On-street containers

Mattiussi Environmental presented some of its latest containers, which include street scene products as well as those for indoor and outdoor waste collection.

Its Re-Point housing unit is designed for the sorted collection of waste in public spaces. It includes an intelligent device that automatically opens and closes the access flap thanks to a touchless solar battery powered sensor. The product can be arranged singly or in a group and can house wheeled containers or be used with disposable sacks.

It also showed its Balloon, groupable containers for creating multi-material recycling points. These feature a tamper-proof posting slot to avoid direct contact with the actual container.

Its Re-Square container, which can be fixed to the ground or ballasted, features posting slots in a range of shapes and colours. The lid is hinged on to the body, and is available with an optional lock. The liner cannot be seen from the outside, as it is hidden by the easy-to-operate bag holder.

Two products branded ‘next to nature’ were also on show: the NX 01 My Personal Recycler for sorted waste collection in the workplace and the NX 02 My Recycling Organiser.

Also on display was the Mattiussi Biox, which was designed and developed in early 2009 to promote the recycling of food waste, particularly for flats recycling, where it has already received wide take-up by councils in London.

www.mattiussi.co.uk

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