North Norfolk DC Trials Clean Cube Compacting Smart Bin

North Norfolk DC Trials Clean Cube Compacting Smart Bin

There was a nice piece in the Eastern Daily Press yesterday about our Clean Cube solar-powered, compacting “smart bin” including a lovely picture of Councillor Angie Fitch-Tillett in the unseasonal Cromer sunshine. The North Norfolk District Council Cabinet Member for the Environment reportedly said, “We are trialling this new bin to see how successful it could be in reducing the volume of waste so that our bins can be used for longer. I think it’s great that we’re putting smart technology to work to help protect the environment.” The newspaper also touched on another of the environmental benefits of an enclosed litter bin, “The ‘smart’ solar powered litter bin crushes rubbish down to stop litter being blown around the town. The trial of the bin started on February 10 and runs through to Easter.” Read the article in full...
Industry opinion for Recycling & Waste World

Industry opinion for Recycling & Waste World

Dave Hughes, MD at ESE World, provided industry opinion for May’s edition of Recycling and Waste World Magazine. The article looks forward to the future for the Waste industry, drawing comparisons to the industry progression over the past 25 years and explaining recent developments which are benefiting waste management processes. The full article is available as Our Anniversary Challenge on this website – click here to view...
In Building and Facilities Management Magazine

In Building and Facilities Management Magazine

Building and Facilities Management Magazine have used an ESE World case study as a news item for their June 2014 edition. The recent piece, entitled Four million wheelie bins go “full circle”, provided insight into ESE World’s recycling approach when manufacturing its plastic wheelie bins – with an overall aim of reducing waste and CO2 throughout the process. To visit the magazine and read the article, visit page 4 of the Building and Facilities Management magazine – available to view...