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Leafield’s new 310-litre Envirobank recycling bin

Leafield Environmental, a leading manufacturer and designer of recycling bins have launched a new 310-litre Envirobank recycling bin (March 2021) due to the increased demand to recycle larger volumes of waste in highly populated areas such as green spaces, high-streets and coastal environments.

The new Envirobank 310-litre unit is the latest new addition to the Envirobank collection and has been designed in collaboration with Cardiff University. The 310-litre unit features a dual aperture to collect different recyclables in its two 155-litre wheeled bins. Its slam door front opening design allows the waste to be emptied without any lifting. The units are available to collect plastic bottles, aluminium cans, paper cups, paper and mixed recyclables. Dimensions: H:1419mm, W:741mm, D:871mm.

The Envirobank recycling bins are clearly labelled with WRAP compliant coloured coded labels to avoid contamination. The units are extremely durable with an enhanced double wall structure and anti-fly dimpled surface to withstand all weather conditions. An optional A3 poster frame is available upon request. The standard unit colour black is made from 100% recycled material (subject to availability). Bespoke colours and personalisation of labels are available upon request.

The Envirobank range is available in four different unit sizes including a 140-litre unit, 180-litre unit (spilt), 240-litre unit and the new 310-litre unit. All of the units are available to collect a variety of waste streams. The Envirobank bins are part of many national ‘recycling on-the-go’ schemes including the #LeedsByExample and #InTheLoop Edinburgh coffee cup recycling initiatives.

The Envirobank range can be manufactured with an antimicrobial protection to inhibit the growth of microbes by up to 99,9%*.

For more information visit www.leafieldrecycle.com or email recycle@leafieldenv.com

* Tested by Europe’s top independent microbiology laboratories to ISO 22196:2011


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