With football season, MLB World Series, and Dancing with Stars on television, everyone is throwing away garbage from all the events they attend during the day. You want to make sure the school children have enough room to throw away their trash from school. You want to make sure the office have a large enough recycling bin for all their empty soda bottles and Red bull cans. How much of a disaster would it be if you walk into your property and all the trash is on the floor? People do not like sitting around filth and bad smells can lead to less people around your property. Whether you are a restaurant owner or an office building manager, the people who are in your building will need to throw their trash out somewhere.
Brighton USA has put together a little guide to helping you select the right trash receptacle. When you are done reading this, check out our Catalog and see if we have the right product for you:
Here is a guide to choosing the right trash receptacles:
1.Proper Liner Type:
There are three types of liners: low-density polyethylene, high-density polyethylene, and Super Hexene.
That sounds pretty complicated! I can make it simple for you.
This is the typical choice for office, restroom, and throwing away paper products.
It is also three times stronger than ordinary polyethylene liners
Linear Low Density:
Low Density: Great choice for throwing away trash with sharp objects
Super Hexene: This is the maximum strength, puncture and tear resistance linear. It is also stronger than Linear Low Density. This is used to throw away larger weight with higher weight.
The capacity is usually printed on the container. You should have 3 to 4 inches overhang on the trash receptacle. The size of the receptacle should be appropriate for the setting you are in. For instance you may not want a massive receptacle inside your small office; it might smell pretty awful in there.
3.) How much weight the linear should hold?
After deciding on the type and the size, you should consider how much weight the linear should hold.
The weight the linear depends on the environment you are setting your trash receptacle.
4.) Location, location, location!
I really stress the importance of where you place your receptacle. The same receptacle in a high school lunchroom shouldn’t be used in a stadium. The amount of people and traffic going through a stadium is very different than a high school lunchroom. Be sure to take this into high consideration before making your final decision.
Also a great place to make your final decision would be by looking at your catalog for all your green cleaning needs: Catalog