Derby City Council, Derby

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Derby City Council, Derby

The recycling on the go message is being shared across Derby with a total of 40 twin litter and recycling bins supplied to the city council.
The double units were part of an order which also included 40 Derby Standard litter bins.
Derby City Council is a long-standing client and has worked with Broxap Street Furniture on its flagship ‘Recycle for Derby’ programme for a number of years.
One of its most recent orders included Broxap’s Derby Double Recycle Unit for a range of locations outside schools and shops across the city.
The iconic bins are clearly marked with separate apertures for recyclables and general litter.
To help prevent contamination between the two, a circular posting aperture was designed for the recycling side of the bin which is for plastic bottles, glass bottles and cans.
The litter side of the bin features the familiar Tidyman logo with a traditional rectangular aperture.
Our production operatives powder coated the litter side black, with a blue powder coat applied to the recycling side to help prevent materials being sorted incorrectly.
A vertical white strip separates the two, with the addition of the Recycle for Derby Logo and pictures of the type of items that can be deposited in the recycling bin reinforcing the message further.
The 240-litre bins were also fitted with a self-closing ashtray and gum stubbing plate.
The Derby Standard litter bins were designed in the classic gold and black combination with the world ‘litter’ laser cut under each of the four posting apertures with a gold backing plate. A gold Tidyman logo appears at the front of the 120-litre bins.
The pyramid lid features a self-closing ashtray.
Our sales team works with a range of clients, including local authorities, developers, landowners and retailers, to design litter and recycling bins for every location and need.
Get in touch to discuss how Broxap Street Furniture can manufacture litter and recycling bins specifically for your sites.

2 months ago