Wheelie Bins In The News

Thursday, 25 July 2013 15:56:52 Europe/London

What is it about wheelie bins that seems to attract so much negative attention. If they are not suffering at the hands of a vindictive old lady with a twisted hatred for random cats they are being burnt to the ground by mindless youths!

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How to Secure Your Wheelie Bin

Wednesday, 24 July 2013 15:48:04 Europe/London

A number of small problems can arise when using a seemingly simple product like a wheelie bin, but luckily, there are some ways to avoid these problems. Unfortunately, some of these problems are caused by other citizens, so it's important to protect yourself from them. Taking all these precautions may seem a little preposterous, but they are sensible to ensure your safety and to avoid being fined for acts you didn't commit.

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How Much do Wheelie Bins Cost?

Thursday, 11 July 2013 13:11:45 Europe/London

Wheelie bins can vary wildly in price from the very cheap, thin as a crisp bin to slightly thicker made in Turkey or Poland wheelie bins to the ones we offer. High quality, manufactured in Germany and France by one of the most respected manufacturers. 

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Wheelie Bins Can Be as Good Looking as They are Useful

Thursday, 27 June 2013 16:48:05 Europe/London

It would seem wheelie bins would serve only one purpose...as a place to put your refuse for the garbage collector to pick up and take away. Normally, one doesn’t think of a wheelie bin as anything other than a utilitarian device that serves its purpose well – and conveniently – but lacks any “pizzazz,” and certainly isn’t particularly visually appealing. It is fair to say, historically, that’s how they’ve always been. But it doesn’t have to be that way, and there’s certainly no reason not to add visual appeal to these useful containers.

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History of Wheelie Bins - From Prehistoric Times to Today

Tuesday, 25 June 2013 11:52:53 Europe/London

Waste bins began as heavy, round and metal containers with two handles on the side and the top (to get a firm hold) and a lid to cover them. Basically, they were made up of a long sheet of metal welded along the smallest edge of the waste bin. The bottom was also a circular metal bottom. When collected by dustmen, these were usually picked by their handles and hoisted on their shoulders. It seems they never had much regard for hygiene back then.

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