Bin Lifters News

  • Biocycle January - Equipment News

    Turner Receives Red Dot Award Komptech introduced the Topturn X4500 in late 2016, the smallest compost turner in its product line. The company recently received the Red Dot Award, an internationally recognized quality label for excellent product design, for the X4500. “Its concisely formed, sturdy frame gives the Topturn X4500 an autonomous appearance,” notes the statement by ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Big Hanna now ready to fly with Swedish Armed Forces

    FMV, SWEDISH ARMED FORCES, SWEDEN OR ABROAD Big Hanna is now ready to accompany the Swedish Armed Forces on missions abroad which means we are o.k. with a temperature range from -46ºC to +49ºC, 3-100% humidity, snow loads, storms, sand, dust, heavy rainfall and that is just the climate specs. The climate specs were solved by putting the Big Hanna into a ...


    By Susteco AB

  • Introducing the new Wybone Sanitary Bin range

    We’ve manufactured a new range of sanitary bins, adapted from our clinical waste sackholders. They’re available in three sizes, 28, 42 and 80 litres; the smaller units fit comfortably next to toilets, and our larger nappy bins are perfect for wash rooms. Manufactured from galvanised steel, our units are powder coated in anti-bacterial coating to keep the sackholders ...


    By Wybone Ltd

  • Retro inspired Grit Bins from Wybone

    As part of a new heritage style range, we have introduced Retro Grit Bins in four classic pastel shades. Scrupulously designed to offer strength and style to suit any environment. Each unit is manufactured from a special mix of glass reinforced plastic, offering a level of durability that cannot be found in cheaper plastic units. The nature of the glass reinforced plastic ensures that the salt ...


    By Wybone Ltd

  • SOTKON equipment with PAYT system is best-seller in Croatia

    Croatia is one of the markets where SOTKON brand products have been very well accepted, not only by the recognition of the simplicity and functionality in use, but also of the technology used in manufacturing and subsequently optimizing the operation to better serve the end they are intended for. In the picture, some of the Retro model waste intake bins in which the SOTKIS by SOTKON Access ...


    By Sotkon Waste Systems

  • Introducing: Efficient Waste Handling Solutions From Eldan

    Eldan Recycling offer its customers complete recycling solution, now also including material transport! From January 1st 2014 Eldan Recycling offer a wide range of additional waste handling solutions like vacuum systems, waste collection systems and bin cleaning systems. Entering waste handling systems Eldan Recycling is one of the leading experts within equipment for recycling. ...


    By Eldan Recycling A/S

  • Statement by Achim Steiner at UAE-hosted Inaugural Conference on Partnership for Action on Green Economy (PAGE)

    Your Highness Sheikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of UAE and Ruler of Dubai Your Excellency Rashid Ahmed Bin Fahad, Minister of Environment and Water Excellencies, Esteemed colleagues, Ladies and gentlemen, On behalf of the United Nations PAGE partners, ...

  • Meet TOM, the ideal Waste Compaction System for Public Spaces

    Tomra Compaction AB, part of  the TOMRA Group, launches TOM,  the newest member of the product family. TOM, which takes up about as much space as an ordinary waste bin, can hold up to seven times more waste than the conventional bin and is perfect for compacting lightweight waste in crowded high-traffic areas like ...


    By Orwak AB

  • New model in the Big Hanna range - model T480

    We are very pleased to announce that we now have extended our range of Big Hanna models.Many customers are looking for a solution to compost their food waste on-site having more food waste than our T240 model can handle. Our new Big Hanna composter is called model T480 and has a capacity of 800-2400 kg food waste per week. Used together with a ...


    By Susteco AB

  • Better Option for Environment Made in London

    Mayor Fontana was joined by a number of members of the building and construction sector today to launch The Better Bin Company. The London based company officially unveiled its product and local service as well as its plans for a national rollout. Principal owners Jim and Bill Graham outlined the process from original concept and design of the "Better Bin". The two had recognized the potential ...


  • Solazyme Announces Worldwide Launch of New Algenist® Firming & Lifting Line

    Solazyme, Inc. (NASDAQ: SZYM), a renewable oil and bioproducts company, today announced the addition of the Firming & Lifting skincare line to their luxury skincare brand, ...


  • Exton, PA Hotel Lends Helping Hand to Clean the World

    Reaching out with a helping hand to Clean the World, a hotel near West Chester University is taking extra measures to save lives worldwide, one bar of soap at a time. Joining forces with Clean the World, an organization aimed at helping impoverished people around the world, the ...


  • Wealden council issues RCV tender for kerbside collection expansion

    Wealden District Council has issued a GBP£1.5m tender notice for up to ten new refuse collection vehicles, in order to extend its kerbside recycling service across the district. The three year contract calls for 26 tonne ‘twin pack’ waste collection vehicles, with bin lifts, which will enable the council to collect two waste streams simultaneously from their kerbside caddy bins. ...

  • New HSE guidance aims to reduce bin deaths

    Choosing the correct bin location and banging on the side of containers are key measures set out in new guidance outlining ways in which waste management organisations can reduce the risk of people bin deaths. Produced by the Health and Safety Executive along with the Waste Industry Safety and Health (WISH) Forum, People in Commercial Waste Containers is aimed at helping waste collection ...

  • “Lid-up-no-collect rule” to be enforced in Devon

    Bin collections in parts of East Devon will no longer include bins which do not have their lids fully closed. From Monday 22 March, East Devon District Council will enforce the policy in an attempt to protect collection contractors from injury. Staff working for waste contractor SITA, who provide collection services on behalf of the council, will be able to attach a label to any overflowing bin ...

  • Local government association responds to bBig brother claims about chips in bins

    An investigation into privacy intrusions should be focusing on “more important issues” than the country’s rubbish bins according to the Local Government Association. The report, Lifting the Lid, by the organisation Big Brother Watch, part of the Tax Payers’ Alliance, looks into the number of councils placing microchips into bins and what this means for people’s privacy. Big Brother Watch believe ...

  • Dicom Launches NEW Website

    Dicom are pleased to announce the launch of there new website today, which is now designed to allow an easier navigation around the site, as well as a comprehensive listing of Dicom's product range; which includes: Waste compactors - static and portable Free Standing Bin Lifts Horizontal Baling systems Metal Balers Reel Splitters All fully supported by a first class service ...


    By Dicom Limited

  • Veolia fined £130,000 after worker is killed

    Veolia Environmental Services has been fined £130,000 after a worker was killed when a recycling bin fell on his head because of a faulty bin lift. David Ives from High Wycombe was collecting waste from outside a pub in Easington, near Aylesbury, when the incident happened on 5 May 2004. A 1,100 litre recycling bin fell from a bin hoist on the recycling lorry, killing 56-year-old Ives. ...

  • Daily Mail launches campaign against `monstrous wheelie bins` - update

    The Daily Mail newspaper has launched a campaign to “stop monstrous wheelie bins engulfing our streets” called Not in My Front Yard. In today’s edition (18 June) of the Daily Mail, it devotes seven pages to the campaign and says that there is a “bin explosion” blighting ...

  • Residents encouraged to bank on their recycling

    Waste management firm Veolia Environmental Services and recycling incentive company RecycleBank has announced the trial launch of a recycling reward scheme. The scheme, which will be trialled in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, hopes to encourage the 2,800 households to take part through rewards in goods and services from local and national businesses. Veolia claims the initiative ...

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