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New large target opening bin for easy waste placement

Leafield Environmental, a leading manufacturer and designer of recycling and litter bins have a new large target opening bin for easy waste placement coming soon. The Envirobank Catch 180-litre litter bin has been designed to collect waste at high footfall areas such as fast-food outlets, shopping centres and service stations.

The new Envirobank Catch bin will house a 180-litre plastic sack as standard with a side opening door reducing the risk of injury by manual handling, while simplifying and speeding up the emptying process. The large target opening, and aperture allows waste to be collected on-the-go more easily. The large 180-litre capacity enables businesses to reduce their overall bin requirements.

It has an easy to clean surface and features a curved and stepped top base to prevent litter being placed on the top of the bin or climbing. The door and body are manufactured with a double skin strength for added durability all-year round. The lift and drop vertical locking door with 5-point locking has been designed for ease of emptying featuring a corrosion free lock keyed opening and finger push locking. The back of the bin features an anti-fly poster surface. It has a ground fixing area on the base of the unit for added stability which features moulded through holes for secure fixing.

Dimensions: H:1497, W:690, D:797mm
Target Aperture: H:539, W:625mm
Waste Aperture: H:312, W:454mm

The standard unit colour black is made from 100% recycled material (subject to availability). The bin has a large, recessed area for personalisation and signage on the front. Bespoke colours and personalisation of labels are available upon request. 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, email recycle@leafieldenv.com or call 01225 816541.

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


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