New hooded litter bin from ESE World

  • 13 Feb 2015

ESE World’s new free-standing hooded litter bin has been designed to be suitable for the street-scene

The ESE Icon has been designed to suit an urban street-scene. The free-standing bin is manufactured with a hood and an integrated ashtray.

The bin can be customised with logo stickers and a slam lock.

In order to create a product that is durable, the Icon is made from pre-galvanised steel that is 2mm thick.

It has been designed to withstand extreme weather conditions and resist vandalism, which can often cause problems in urban environments.

After being manufactured, the bin is powder coated and coloured.

It can be painted in a variety of styles to help it blend in with its environment. Alternatively, it can be decorated in a way that makes it stand out.

The finished bin weighs 40Kgs and can hold 100-litres of litter. It has four bolt down fixing points to secure it in place.

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