02 December 2020

New Classic Community Litter Bins

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Leafield Environmental, the UK’s leading designer and manufacturer of litter and recycling solutions have designed a new stylish Classic litter bin range designed to keep communities clean.

The new Classic litter bin range is available in two different sizes. The standard Classic bin can hold up to 105 litres of waste and the mini version can hold up to 70 litres of waste.

The Classic bins are robust round hooded units for all-year round use.

The bin features an anti-fly poster dimpled surface and double aperture providing easy ‘walk by’ access. It can be emptied by simply lifting off the lid to access the plastic or steel liner. Key messages or labelling can feature on the two personalisation panels and traditional gold banding comes as standard. The standard black bins are made from 100% recycled material*. Bespoke colours and personalisation of labels are available upon request.

The plinth has been designed with moulded in stiffening ribs which eliminates the need for ground plates. A stubber plate is included as standard. Optional ashtray.

The standard Classic bin dimensions: 1070mm (H) x 570mm (Dia). £160.08 ex. VAT.
The mini Classic bin dimensions: 950mm (H) X 465mm (Dia). £155.70 ex.VAT.

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

The Biomaster antimicrobial additive is added during Leafield’s manufacturing process and is dispersed throughout the entire bin. It is durable, it will not wash off and will last its active lifetime.

Tested on over 50 different bacteria species in over 2,000 applications. It has been proven to remove over 80% of bacteria in as little as 15 minutes.

For more information on Leafield’s Classic litter bin range call Leafield Environmental on 01225 816541, email recycle@leafieldenv.com or visit www.leafieldrecycle.com for more information.

*Subject to availability.

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

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