Ellipcycle is the big sister to the Ellipse litter bin and for a high capacity (200 Litre) bin it looks really attractive and unobtrusive. The elliptical shape is ideal where there is heavy pedestrian flow or narrow footways.
Ellipcycle is extremely well made from thick gauge stainless steel and comes with black legs and two durable heavy duty polyethylene liners as standard. Optional aluminium liners are less durable but are fire resistant. Access for emptying is via a lockable hinged front door and cam locks are in stainless steel. Inner plastic bag liners (not supplied) used in combination with the rigid liner is common practice. The bin can be supplied with with an electropolished finish as this helps keep the steel looking as pristine as possible. Price tag is £1950.
The beauty of Ellipcyle lies in that it has lots of customisable options (both aesthetic and practical) to really make the bin your own and to ensure it fits with your particular situation or circumstance. It is a 2-way recycling bin and you can specify what you want each compartment to recycle. Often it is general litter on the right hand side with plastic or cans on the other. It is possible to have round bezels on both sides if you wish.
FSC Iroko timber door and back panel, Cigarette disposer in the lid, Aluminium liners, Other colours for legs and/or body. Electropolished finish.
And to help any reduce corrosion for particularly aggressive environments the bin can be supplied in 316 stainless steel. and with an electropolished finish for a belt and braces approach.
Bolt through surface mounted only on a suitable surface with below ground concrete foundation. Bear in mind that you’re surface does need to be reasonably level so the bin doesn’t appear to tilt.
Dimensions and weight
L1000 x W550 x H1100mm
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