The 1100L Wheelie Bin is perfect for companies or businesses that produce large volumes of waste in their daily operations. As a result, they are one of the more popular models of commercial waste bins and are sometimes referred to as Biffa, Euro or Veolia Bins. Typically, they can be used to store between 15-18 bags of waste prior to collection. Even better? You can order these bins today, and we’ll have them with you in no time at all.
These bins can store a wide range of waste types, with a particular focus on compactable or recyclable materials. This includes:
Dry Mixed Recycling
While these bins are great for those looking to recycle more often, they should not be used to store any forms of hazardous waste or glass. Thankfully, we have alternative solutions available for these waste types.
At Divert, our 1100L Wheelie Bins are available in a range of colours or with attached sticker (Black, Red, Silver, Grey, Blue, Green and Purple), which allows for good waste segregation across your business and reduces the chances of cross-contamination occurring. They are also made from strong, durable materials and in accordance with all government regulations. Furthemore, those with security in mind will be pleased to hear that these bins have lockable wheels and a lid, preventing unauthorised personnel from accessing your waste.
1300mm x 1360mm x 1070mm
Daily, weekly, fortnightly
The most common bin, 4 wheels, can be lockable. Holds 15+ bags
There are two main forms of cardboard used within the UK – both of which are easily recyclable. This includes paperboard, which is relatively thin and used for cereal boxes and egg cartons. Corrugated paperboard is much stronger and thicker
Clinical waste is an umbrella term for the kinds of waste typically produced within healthcare or wellbeing facilities. They must be disposed of safely and securely due to the fact that they could be infectious.
Every business – large or small – will handle some form of confidential waste in their daily operations
Dry Mixed Recycling (DMR) refers to recyclable products that are free from potential contaminants, such as food waste or oils.
Recent studies estimate that 14% of the food we produce within the UK is wasted
General waste typically refers to byproducts from both businesses and residential properties that cannot easily be recycled.
Glass waste simply refers to any glass products that have served their original purpose and must be disposed of safely and securely. There are various different kinds of glass waste.
Plastic waste simply refers to any products that are made from plastic materials. This waste can typically be divided into seven separate categories in relation to the type of plastic they are made from
The WEEE regulations aim to reduce the amount of e-waste going to landfill and to increase recycling and reuse.