House Clearance Edinburgh Recycling Bank Development

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  • We will ask you a few simple questions in order to understand your situation.
  • We usually just require 24 hours notice. We like to turn up at 9am on the day of our appointment and stay until the house clearance is complete.
  • Once we have removed all of the furniture, junk & rubbish from the house we will issue you with an invoice for your records.
  • We ALWAYS keep household items to one side which we know can be either re-used or donated free to charity. Our house clearance charges are fair & we do NOT add 20% VAT on the final price.

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House Clearance Edinburgh Recycling Bank Development

Design is one of the buzzwords of the day: the principals of design for ease of use, good looks and simplicity are becomingly increasingly widespread in recycling banks, which is understandable as they present the public face of recycling. In this article, House Clearance Edinburgh take a look at some of the major developments in recycling bank production.

As extra revenue from Packaging Recovery Notes is being fed into the glass collection infrastructure, there have been two major developments in bottle banks: increased advertising and publicity has helped to push up participation rates, in turn leading to greater demand for bottle banks. Fortunately as the glass industry is investing some of the glass PRN revenue into new banks, the only problem is finding sufficient demand for cullet! New banks for all materials require new sites, and as most traditional drop-off sites are already being exploited, this results in alternative options being explored. House Clearance Edinburgh think one solution is roadside locations or smaller plots on car parks or residential areas, which pushes the size of the bank right down. Spacesavers are becoming an increasingly common sight in the UK, although there is a long way to go before we adopt the Continental trend of mini-banks on every street corner.

However, with banks encroaching on residential areas, House Clearance Edinburgh can report that noise is becoming an increasingly important issue. Sound proofing is going some way to solving this problem, mufflers are becoming popular for bottle banks. Chutes fitted to the posting ports reduce the distance that bottles fall, aided by sound deadening material fitted to the top of the banks. PD Rotomouldings report sound reductions of 85% with their muffler system. Hush kits go some way towards reducing noise, with the added bonus of better security. Circular brush stripsfitted around the posting port not only cut the racket, but also make it impossible to see into the banks.

The oilcan shaped recycling banks from PD Rotomouldings have become the ‘public face’ of oil recycling. PD Rotomoulding’s bunded banks (the Original OIlcan and the newer BundyBank) offer a safe and highly visible solution to bring collections. Easy to install as a fully sealed unit, the compact BundyBank comes in two sizes (1000 and 1800 litres). A steel inner bank provides maximum security, whilst the polyethylene outer body is low maintenance and rust proof. The Original Oilcan bank has a similar construction but is larger at 2750 litres.