Envirobin Recycling Hub collects four separate waste streams

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As demand for recycling segregation at source increases Leafield Environmental has introduced a new suite of smart, stylish recycling bins that accommodate up to four individual waste streams.

“The recycling hub concept is becoming increasingly more popular as organisations realise the economic benefits of segregation at source” said Vince Wright, UK and Export Sales Manager. “Our new Envirobin Recycling Hub allows customers to segregate waste on a smaller scale, at more convenient locations.” With many lid apertures and colours available the choice of waste stream combinations is wide.

The Envirobin Recycling Hub comprises a central 100 litre Envirobin that can accommodate two waste streams at 50 litres each, flanked by a pair of Enviropods, each with 35 litres capacity.

Mixed dry waste for recycling that has a positive value can rapidly become a liability as the result of contamination. To many, the term “mixed recyclables” is still considered to be an alternative to “Rubbish”. Offering a choice of four separate waste receptacles in a single hub is not a panacea but can encourage users to stop and think and hopefully make the correct waste segregation decision. 

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