Steve Parker (left) from Ebert Taylor joins Sunderland City Council’s David Groark as they continue to roll out the 660L units across the region’s seafront areas.

Lifes a Peach on the Beach in Sunderland following a new plastic waste strategy

Sunderland City Council has put the genie back in the plastic bottle following its decision to tackle plastic waste across its seafront areas via a partnership with container manufacturer and waste solutions provider, Egbert Taylor. The move, which has seen the council roll out specially designed 660L bins wrapped with engaging calls to action for…

Dundee Bins are pretty as a picture after school competition winners revealed

Egbert Taylor and Dundee City Council have announced the names of schoolchildren whose art will now adorn bins located on the streets of Dundee after they won a Dundee-wide school competition. The creative competition, which called for budding artists to design a recycling-themed piece of art asking the public to correctly dispose of their waste,…

Darlington 98 percent efficiency

BigBelly helps Darlington Community avoid litter fines

Since introducing 10 Bigbelly units, Darlington Borough Council has not only achieved a 98 per cent efficiency rating – the emptying of units only when 80 per cent full as opposed to emptying bins irrespective of fill level – but also made sure that members of the Darlington community have every opportunity to avoid fines…

WORCESTER CITY COUNCIL COMBATS GREEDY GULLS WITH BIGBELLY

Worcester City Council combats greedy Seagulls with Bigbelly

Worcester’s growing population of greedy gulls is being brought into line following Worcester City Council’s decision to trial 10 Bigbelly units’ ability to prevent seagull scavenging and increase litter capacity in city centre locations throughout the town. The trial lasts until 14 September and will help prevent seagulls from pulling half-eaten food out of litterbins…

Derbyshire Dales with Bigbelly Unit

Derbyshire Dales Council cuts Bin empties by 95 per cent

Overflowing bins, vermin risks and shrinking resources are what prompted Derbyshire Dales Council to replace 115 litterbins with only 42 Bigbelly units – a decision that has since reduced unnecessary bin empties by up to 95 per cent within some parts of the local authority. Matlock Bath in Derbyshire has reduced empties using traditional litterbins…

Nathans Waste & Egbert Taylor

The UK’s first Access Control Textile Bank

Egbert Taylor with Nathan’s Wastesavers, one of the UK’s largest Textile recycling companies to become first UK business to offer Textile Bank with Access Control. The product, which was developed to help Nathan’s Wastesavers minimise problems with theft, contamination and fly-tipping across its customers’ fleet of textile banks, means that only those authorised to use…

South East England UK Sales Team, Karen Yeates & Laura Lindley

Egbert Taylor Expands UK Sales Team

Egbert Taylor welcomes new Area Sales Managers in South East England Droitwich container manufacturer and waste solutions provider, Egbert Taylor, has bolstered its UK sales team following the recruitment of seasoned waste industry figures Karen Yeates and Laura Lindley. Karen Yeates Karen, who joins as Area Sales Manager for South East England, has established a…

Hartlepool Borough and Bigbelly

Hartlepool Borough Council tackles Seagulls with Bigbelly

Hartlepool Borough Council has redefined the term ‘seagull management’ following its decision to roll out 15 Bigbelly smart stations across its popular Seaton Carew seafront area – a decision that during the trial period reduced unnecessary bin emptying by 87 per cent. Following a four-week trial, which saw 13 traditional bins replaced with five Bigbelly…

IFAT 2018

We are Exhibiting at IFAT 2018, Hall A5, Stand 217 Meet the leaders in the next generation of waste management solutions at Hall A5, Stand 217 to see what we have to offer. Messe München, 14-18 May 2018 Visit us at Hall A5, Stand 217.   Tell us if you’re attending If you would like…

Croydon Council gets big boost with bigbelly and £1.3M investment

Croydon Council gets big boost with bigbelly and £1.3M investment

Croydon Council, London’s second largest borough, has attributed its cleaner streets to a successful community engagement programme and a £1.3m investment in its street cleansing services, which included the installation of 80 Bigbelly units across high footfall areas back in April. In only six months since Bigbelly was installed the council has achieved an 88…