Indoor Recycling Bins and Outdoor Recycling Bins by Glasdon
Glasdon UK designs and manufactures an extensive range of indoor recycling bins and outdoor recycling bins that help businesses and organisations achieve higher levels of waste recycling. Glasdon products provide a total recycling solution for your office, workplace, local authority or school. Implement a recycling scheme to reduce your carbon footprint and cut your landfill tax bill today.
Jaguar and Land Rover are two of Britain's best-loved car brands. Tata Steel acquired the brands from Ford in 2008 and created a new independent subsidiary that has gone from strength to strength ever since.
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An exciting new project, which will increase recycling and reduce littering at the major Victoria Alpine Resorts was officially launched by the Minister to the Environment, the Honourable Ryan Smith.
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“The implementation of the Nexus 100 has helped us increase our dry recycling year-on-year by over 200%. Alongside the efficient and friendly service we received from Glasdon, our cleaning team find the units easy and safe to empty.”
- Herbert Smith LLP, London.
“We were looking for recycling bins that not only looked professional but also fitted in with our high standards of office furniture. The Nexus 100 from Glasdon not only fits the bill but has also been very successful in helping us meet our recycling targets. The Nexus 100 is very easy to use. Everybody knows how to dispose of various streams of waste, which makes recycling much easier.”
- University of St. Andrews
“Glasdon have provided an efficient and friendly service, coupled with an effective range of products, which has helped Interserve FM meet its environmental contractual requirements to the Office of National Statistics.”
- Interserve (Facilities Management) Ltd
Glasdon recycling bins are supplied as standard with graphics and aperture colours that conform to England's national standard, set by the RecycleNow campaign from WRAP.
The Waste (Scotland) Regulations 2012 were passed by the Scottish Parliament on 9 May 2012. The new regulations will help Scotland become one of the most resource efficient nations in Europe.
The British Plastics Federation recommends the use of the international standard coding system devised by the American Society of the Plastics Industry (SPI). The symbols are located on the bottom of the plastic product and feature a number from 1-7 inside a recycling triangle.