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The Trend to Use Colourful Polypropylene Plastic Recycling Bins to Reflect a Company’s Commitment to Lower Environmental Impact is Becoming Popular

DS Smith Plastics is now offering colourful, lightweight, durable and recyclable bins for recycling products to be used by environmentally conscious companies.

Made with Akylux® Extruded Polypropylene Plastic, the new recycling bins are offered as a single or multi-unit when sorting several types of waste is the preferred option for recycling products. The Akylux recyclable waste units are advantageous due to the durability and lightweight of the material.

The bins have been developed by DS Smith Plastics in collaboration with several environmentally conscious companies. One of the elements considered in the design was easy assembly of single or multiple units, durability and recyclability at the end of their useful life.

With a more environmentally conscious world, there is a great opportunity for manufacturers to develop recycling bins that provide an easy way to collect, sort and responsibly dispose of materials that can be recycled into a new life, from food waste and trash that will end in landfills.

DS Smith Plastics’ polypropylene recycling bins are customisable in colour and design. They can come in designs of singular bins for any purpose, a group of bins in one simple design for easy sorting, or anything in between. Made of extruded polypropylene plastics, the new polypropylene recycling bins have a high printing capability, making it even easier to sort materials in different bins. 

Other advantages of extruded polypropylene plastic products include:

  • Water resistant
  • Lightweight
  • Simple to manipulate
  • Easily assembled
  • High durability

Learn more about Extruded Polypropylene Recycling Bins

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