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Making recycling cups easier

30 August 2016

Leafield Environmental has launched a new EnvirocupXL recycling unit to collect larger coffee cups (up to 103mmm), providing a solution to prevent huge amounts going to landfill for facility managers. Suitable for food serving areas and offices.

The cups can be dropped through the circular apertures and easily stacked inside the collection tubes, making it extremely easy to empty and clean.

It also features a new improved liquid hub, to hold up to 7.5 litres of liquid reservoir to avoid access spillages.

Dimensions: H: 803mm, W: 444mm, D: 444mm. The unit is available in black and ivory with a boat blue liquid hub and comes with a recycling label as standard.

Black unit is made from 95% recycled plastic. An A4 signage kit is available as an optional extra, as well as bespoke personalisation labels and unit colours.

The unit is priced RRP £169.99 per unit.


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