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with a dimpled surface to deter fly posting. It can house a 240l wheelie bin or can have sack retention for a massive 320l capacity.

The front-opening design, which allows for emptying without lifting, has a slam shut door with four strong latch points and now comes as standard with an uprated, heavy duty, tamper-proof lock.

A whisper close aperture flap is now available (which can deter wasps) and the addition of a stainless steel stubber plate is a further new option. The door incorporates an A3 space for logos or other personalisation, and an optional poster frame is now available for affixing promotional messages.

Popular litter bin gets refreshed

Leafield Environmental’s ever-popular Envirobank 240 litter collection and recycling bin has been refreshed for 2019, with several new standard and optional features.

The bin has a patented honeycomb, enhanced double wall structure, for the ultimate in rigidity and durability,

Keep Britain Tidy chosen by Ecocleen

Ecocleen has selected Keep Britain Tidy as its corporate charity for the next 12 months.

Ecocleen will aim to raise awareness of the litter reduction campaign, improve local places and prevent waste, as well as raise more than £5,000.

Jean-Henri Beukes, Managing Director of Ecocleen, said: “Ecocleen is passionate about the environment, so we share common goals and objectives with Keep Britain Tidy when it comes to creating a cleaner, greener country. As an eco-engaged business with a green heritage, we are acutely aware of our responsibility to operate in a sustainable manner.”

New professional for Miele

Melissa Kershaw has been appointed as Senior Marketing Manager in the UK for the Professional Division of Miele.

Melissa joins Miele from vehicle leasing company Arval, where she was Acquisition Marketing Manager for 12 years. In her new role she will be embracing the commercial white goods industry and Miele’s network of partners and direct customers. She takes over the reins from Kate Jones, who spent six years in the role.

Commenting on her appointment, Kershaw said: “There’s no doubt that Miele has a fantastic brand reputation as an industry leading commercial laundry, dishwashing and washer disinfection manufacturer. With exciting plans

A variety of apertures are available, including slots for paper, propeller for mixed recyclate, and a two-hole aperture that is making its mark in several on-street paper cup recycling schemes.

Ecocleen will undertake fundraising events and waste reduction initiatives throughout the year to support Keep Britain Tidy. In particular, Ecocleen will be raising money at its customer and partner day that takes place in July during the Henley Royal Regatta. The company’s staff will also be involved in the clean-up and litter picking following the annual rowing event.

Beukes continued: “There was overwhelming support within the business to choose a charity that is committed to creating sustainable practices and eliminating unnecessary waste. We are immensely proud to have the opportunity to support an organisation that is inspiring people to eliminate litter and end waste for now and future generations.”

You can access Ecocleen’s JustGiving page for Keep Britain Tidy here.

ahead, both internally and as part of Miele’s growing commercial product range, it’s a very exciting time to be joining the business. I’m looking forward to developing the marketing strategy with a view to growing the Miele customer family, both attracting new customers to our brand and also looking after our loyal customers.”

Sam Bailey, UK Sales and Marketing Director for the Professional Division of Miele, commented: “Kate has done phenomenal work during her time at Miele and we wish her the best of luck in her new venture. We, too, feel very lucky to welcome someone with Melissa’s experience to offer fresh perspectives drawing upon different sectors.”

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