Our 360L Wheelie Bins can be used to store a variety of different waste types but are particularly compatible with general waste. They are similar in style and design to the residential wheelie bins, only bigger. On average, they can be used to store 4-5 bags of waste.
Our 360L Wheelie Bins are perfect for those who produce large volumes of general waste but can also be used to store:
Our 360L Bins are perfect for those who produce large volumes of waste but don’t have the space on-site to host larger four-wheeled models such as the 660L or 1100L bin. Many clients choose to use multiple 360L bins to store their waste, allowing them to store waste on their property for longer without requiring constant collection services. At Divert, we can arrange for your 360L Bins to be emptied at a frequency that suits you – and even have the capacity to offer daily collection services. This is great news for those looking to implement an effective in-house recycling scheme.
As with the rest of our wheelie bins, they are made from strong, weather-resistant materials and are available in a range of colours (Green, Purple, Black, Red, Grey, Silver and Blue) to promote the proper segregation of waste.
1090mm x 880mm x 600mm
Daily, weekly, fortnightly
5 - 7 bags
A bit bigger than the one outside your house. Holds 5 - 7 Bags
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