Blue wheelie bins have become the common fourth colour (after black, brown and green) for local authority recycling schemes in many parts of the UK. A 1280-litre bin in blue is an ideal way to provide large amounts of capacity in the corresponding colour, for business premises or residential blocks with many occupants. Any other venue with a lot of users could benefit from our blue 1280-litre wheelie bins too, from hospitals and leisure centres, to hotels and restaurants.
So, what goes in the blue wheelie bin? It's often used for paper, cardboard and similar waste (e.g. magazines, envelopes and/or flattened cartons). You may also see blue recycling bins used for mixed dry recyclables like plastic. When you buy a blue 1280l wheelie bin of your own, you can use it for any kind of general or recyclable waste - you can even use it for storage if you want, with capacity for over 20 refuse sacks or about 500kg of materials.
Our blue 1280-litre metal wheelie bin is particularly hard-wearing, built to the exacting standards of EN840, the industry benchmark for mobile waste containers. The powder-coated galvanised steel has no sharp edges or exposed welds, so it's completely protected against extreme weather conditions. As you'd expect for an outdoor waste container, it can handle temperature changes and frosts without any problems.
If you'd like to know more about our blue 1280-litre wheelie bin, just ask. We welcome enquiries about personalised 1280l wheelie bins, with your company livery, corporate logo or other branding added to the large front panel - this can look really great in high-contrast print on the bold blue metal wheelie bin. We can also offer drop fronts, and bottle recycling apertures, lid locking mechanisms and central brakes for the 360° castor wheels, so you can really make your 1280l blue metal bin suit your own unique needs.
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