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NEW liquid reservoir unit to prevent spillages

02 February 2016

Due to customer demand, Leafield Environmental has recently introduced a NEW liquid reservoir standalone unit to collect excess liquids from cups and plastic bottles to prevent leakages in mixed recycling bins.

The NEW ‘AquaPod’ unit holds 7.5 litres of liquids and its compact design, allows it to sit alongside other recycling units.

The lightweight, yet inherently strong one piece construction has been designed for ease of cleaning. In addition, all edges have been designed with large radius to minimise dirty traps.

The black base is made from 100% recycled material (subject to availability) and the blue graphics are offered as standard to clearly define waste stream collection.

Made from UV stabilised medium density moulded polyethylene (MDPE).

The unit cost is £75.

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