Forget the Tour de France and Belgian Grand Prix, all we can think about is the Wheelie Bin Race organised by the Three Horseshoes pub in Hernhill!
Did you know that all households in Brighton benefitting from kerbside collections use black boxes to store their paper, card, cans and plastic bottles?
We recently sponsored a show as part of Assemble Fest, a theatre festival in Hull, the UK City of Culture for 2017, which takes place down Newland Avenue each year.
If you put compostable materials in a regular waste bin, it is quite literally going to waste, specifically landfill. If you compost it, for use either in your own garden or to be collected by your local council, you’ll be reducing the amount of wasted materials and helping public gardens and allotments to thrive.
We receive orders for wheelie bins from all kinds of people, to be used in all different ways. From households and offices, to shops, café bars, universities, hospitals, local councils, churches, farms, doctors’ surgeries and practically anywhere else you can think of, everyone needs a bin. However, this week we dispatched a wheelie that is going to be used in a very unique way: someone’s going to hide in it.
As with plastic, paper, metal and glass, the best way to make the most of food is to first reduce the amount you use. After that you can find ways to resue it, such as The Real Junk Food Project.
We couldn't help sharing this news about a traffic warden with a sense of humour.
When’s the last time you took part in a community event? Having a street party or craft fair is great fun, but there’s nothing quite like getting people together to do something proactive that will benefit the neighbourhood long-term. An excellent example is organising a litter-picking event.
We sell wheelie bins to all kinds of customers across the UK. From local authorities in Yorkshire to individual homes in the Cotswolds, the hospitals of Wales to schools across Aberdeenshire － our customers range from individuals who require an extra bin, to organisations in need of hundreds at a time. That’s why we keep our prices low, our delivery fast and our service top-notch.
Some local authorities are halting garden waste collections over the winter. Whether or not this affects your household, it’s always a good time to improve the way you recycle garden waste and food scraps. To help you do it, we've put together some info and tips on making a compost heap and maintaining it throughout the year.