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Barrie, Ontario, Canada, 2011/09/23 - Busch Systems International has introduced a new line of attractive recycling containers for municipal collection programs. The goal is to proliferate recycling programs across North America by implementing aesthetic bins into public areas.
As recycling programs are implemented in more and more municipalities and with recycling becoming a part of our everyday lives, the time has come to “clean up” the look of our recycling collection programs.
Busch Systems, the leading manufacturer of recycling, compost and waste containers has announced a new line of recycling bins that are meant to complement any urban setting and add the element of aesthetics to municipal collection programs across North America.
“Recycling collection isn’t limited to the blue box anymore”, states Serena Brooks, Sales manager at Busch Systems. “With this new line of recycling collection bins, your recycling program can now be clean, decorative and pleasing to any urban setting such as a park or public area.”
The new line of recycling containers includes the Urbin and Urbin2 recycling bins which have rounded tops to prevent the collection of trash on top of the units. In addition, the high density plastic mimics the look of concrete to help blend into any urban setting. The Classic unit gives the impression of wrought iron with the durability of high density plastic. The Pole-X can be mounted for easy access and clean collection.
By adding the element of aesthetics to recycling, the idea is to increase collection rates through the wider implementation of recycling programs.
States Brooks,“If your recycling bins look good, your recycling program looks good. It’s a key to success”.
Busch Systems International, changing the way we recycle.
An industry leader for over twenty five years, Busch Systems (buschsystems.com) has expanded internationally, with a product portfolio detailing upward of two hundred products. Busch Systems develops more new moulded recycling, waste and compost containers than all other manufacturers combined.