Dulsco launches waste bins for the workplace
Dubai, May 14, 2011
Dulsco, a UAE-based leader in waste management solutions, launched its line of garbage bins that have compartments to collect paper, plastic and organic waste, enabling companies to easily dispose the recyclable waste at specific public points.
“Previously, people would keep three different bins for separating waste,” said Juny James Prakkat, senior manager of Dulsco Trading.
“However, our bins are an all-in-one solution that reduce space and helps to manage waste in a stylish and green fashion while fitting easily into any space or setting. The simple design of the bins means that it can appeal to both dedicated and first-time environment lovers.”
Located both indoors or outdoors, the bins not only meets the primary need for functionality, but also helps to educate people to respect the environment by helping them to correctly dispose waste, a statement said.
At the same time, the introduction of the bins in the workplace makes perfect sense for organizations which wish to boost their own ongoing waste recycling efforts, it added.
“We have been striving to create functional and stylish products for people who are design-conscious and are passionate about the environment,” Prakkat said.
“Through the introduction of such innovative solutions, our goal is to create value for our customers by leveraging passion, technology innovation and awareness for our environment.”
Dulsco’s bins will also appeal to the health-conscious. The spacious interiors of the bins help in air circulation and the design pattern make it perfect for an office, mall, hospital or workshops, while the tight doors of the bins prevents bad odours from escaping.
Dulsco will soon be supplying the bins to several companies across the UAE and Prakkat anticipates a great demand for the bins in high-traffic areas such as art galleries, schools, hospitals, bus stations, offices and retail outlets.
Additionally, organisations can brand these bins with their logos and messages and install them in prominent high-traffic areas.
Available in different capacities, the bins are made of environment-friendly material such as ABS and recycled polypropylene. – TradeArabia News Service
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