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uBin Base, Lid & Sticker Set - No Insert

uBin Base, Lid & Sticker Set - No Insert

uBin

uBin 100% recycled plastic, but it’s also the first bin in the world made from recycled UK post-consumer plastic. The uBin is just as elegant without the coloured insert, offering you more budget flexibility.

Code: 650645000

uBin

£43.85 Each (ex. VAT)

£52.62 inc. VAT
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uBin Base, Lid & Sticker Set - No Insert

uBin 100% recycled plastic, but it’s also the first bin in the world made from recycled UK post-consumer plastic. The uBin is just as elegant without the coloured insert, offering you more budget flexibility. Insert can be easily changed, so if your uBin changes role at a later date, no problem. Working with the recycling industry: stickers PP for optimum recyclability with lid. The uBin is made in the UK from UK recycled material for minimal carbon footprint. 70L capacity per bin - an ideal size for most office and workplace applications. ‘ UK standard’ colour-coding & graphics, ensuring the colour coding of your recycling scheme is compliant & compatible with everyone else’s.

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Manufacturer uBin
Manufacturer Code 650645

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