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Over 50 years experience.

At Egbert Taylor Holdings, we are proud to provide waste management solutions through our innovative and forward thinking product range.

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Huntingdonshire District Council has taken steps to make its waste collection budget work harder after converting 360 of its traditional 110 litre litter bins into smart bins using the latest fill sensor technology. The decision will see almost a third of the council’s 1,200 public litterbins fitted with fill level sensors, which have been supplied…

The Contamination Challenge

Back in 2010, when I first joined Egbert Taylor, the waste and recycling industry was completely new to me – I’d been in the fireplace sector for 14 years up until that point! Within a couple of years I was fully up to speed. However, I was amazed at the rate at which the sector…


Egbert Taylor is to introduce a new ‘Green Rewards’ scheme to promote the sustainable benefits of buying metal bins Made in Britain.   Many of Taylor’s competitors only assemble bins in the UK after importing materials from countries such as China, which creates high levels of carbon emissions, or refurbish bins using wet paint, which…

Scottish success prompts team expansion

Worcester-based container manufacturer and waste solutions provider, Egbert Taylor, has announced plans to grow its presence in Scotland following the appointment of Adam Ramsay, who joins the team this month as Area Business Manager. The move follows a string of successes in Fife and South Ayrshire, which has seen the large-scale rollout of many of…

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Getting waste collection down to a T

Over the last two years I’ve turned into somewhat of an evangelist. Not about a particular TV show, trend or latest fad. No, my chosen topic is, sadly, waste. Actually, I’m not sorry. In fact, those who’ve read my recent day in the life piece, which revealed how even on my honeymoon I was taking pictures of…

Case study: Cannock Chase Council choose Taylor node° to improve residential recycling rates

Background  Cannock Chase Council was looking for ways to improve recycling rates at the Moss Road residential estate in Cannock. At the time, recycling rates were almost non-existent, with multi-occupancy dwellings making collection a logistical challenge.  The council had previously worked with Egbert Taylor to improve recycling and waste collection in the town centre, so…

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