Bin Lock Blog

Dealing with Fly Tipping

2019-08-05T11:56:29+00:00

FLY TIPPING 21st CENTURYWe all know what's meant by fly-tipping, the curse of the modern age, but do you know the latest craze?Fly-tipping in other people's wheelie bins.BinLocker is a leading manufacturer of devices for retaining bins in chosen locations.Following feedback and guidance from our customers we've developed a lid locking device that complements the

Dealing with Fly Tipping2019-08-05T11:56:29+00:00

Amazon to Assist in the Costs

2019-01-18T13:41:24+00:00

There are two fundamental locking issues with wheelie bins firstly a locking mechanism retaining the wheelie bin in its chosen location. This is to prevent the bin being stolen, misused and moving in high winds. The second mechanism is to lock the lid so preventing the misuse of the wheelie bin either by the type of

Amazon to Assist in the Costs2019-01-18T13:41:24+00:00

Local Authority and Multiple Key Holders

2019-01-23T11:52:25+00:00

Here at BinLocker® we are working with local authorities and waste collection companies to enable collection using a universal key, such as the triangular key system currently used by most local authorities. We have developed a new locking mechanism that incorporates the triangular key devise and locks by means of a segmented disc which, when

Local Authority and Multiple Key Holders2019-01-23T11:52:25+00:00

The Future for Waste Management

2019-01-18T13:33:47+00:00

Domestic waste collection. We at BinLocker® take the view that future domestic waste collection is set to change in the near future. Already some local authorities are taking a more assertive approach to waste collection and adding the responsibility for not only leaving bins positioned for collection but removing from the public footpath within a

The Future for Waste Management2019-01-18T13:33:47+00:00

Wheelie bin stolen from outside woman’s house

2019-01-22T13:05:16+00:00

From The Mirror 14 JAN 2016 (link) A disgruntled homeowner has been billed £25 by her local council - because her bin was stolen from outside her house. Emily Cole’s new ‘slimline’ 140-litre wheelie bin has gone missing and she has been told she will have to fork out to replace it. The digital media officer, who

Wheelie bin stolen from outside woman’s house2019-01-22T13:05:16+00:00

Shut Your Bins Or Face Action!

2017-12-05T13:29:29+00:00

Councils across the country are issuing exhaustive lists of rules governing how we take the bins out. From warning 'action will be taken' for not shutting bin lids to asking people to snoop on their neighbours to check how they sort their waste, simply putting the rubbish out seems to be becoming harder. Some residents have

Shut Your Bins Or Face Action!2017-12-05T13:29:29+00:00
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