Make light work of recycling with Wybone Plastic Box CyclesApril 12, 2018
As a leading manufacturer in the waste management industry, we’re passionate about recycling and we believe that by providing adequate and innovative products, we can improve and increase recycling rates. The Plastic Box Cycle is one of our most popular units; a simple box design with a choice of waste stream to make the collection of waste easier.
Manufactured from durable plastic, this unit is available as a single, double, triple or quad recycling station. These bins come with a transparent body as standard, which encourages the correct use of the unit by making the waste stream visible.
These plastic recycling bins are lightweight and easy to manoeuvre, which means they’re also great for shipping due to the weight of the product.
Plastic Box Cycles are safe to use, with rounded corners and no sharp edges, making it the ideal choice for schools and environments where children are present.
We think that our Box Cycles are a great way to teach children about recycling, and to encourage the correct disposal of rubbish. Each lid is brightly coloured with shaped apertures to fit the appropriate waste stream and optional vinyl artwork on the front with recycling iconography.
If you’re looking for a way to involve children in your recycling strategy, why not opt for our Animal Face Box Cycles? Different animal characters are available for specific waste streams, including Lion, Panther, Hippo, Monkey and Tiger. Co-ordinate these animal recycling units or mix and match them to suit your requirements. These are designed with shaped apertures cut out of the animal’s nose or mouth – this can make recycling fun!
Take a look at what our customers are saying.. We developed the Box Cycle for Edinburgh University to create recycling points around their campus. Our Box Cycles were also manufactured for a waste exhibition at a university in Helsinki, Finland!
If you would like to speak to our team and see a Box Cycle sample, feel free to give us a call on 01226 352333 or send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org