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Apr 20, 2016

What can you do to prevent stormwater pollution?


Call It’s Bin Cleaned now as we meet all legislative regulations and will alleviate the chance of a major fine.
We capture all waste water used in the wheelie bin cleaning process and we also recycle and filter the water throughout the day.
Don't risk polluting our water ways by not caring how the wheelie bins will be cleaned. Just because the wheelie bins are kept out of sight, doesn't mean we have the right not to care about how the wheelie bins are being cleaned.
Call It’s Bin Cleaned now as we meet all legislative regulations and will alleviate the chance of a major fine.
 
We capture all waste water used in the wheelie bin cleaning process and we also recycle and filter the water throughout the day.
 
Don't risk polluting our water ways by not caring how the wheelie bins will be cleaned. Just because the wheelie bins are kept out of sight, doesn't mean we have the right not to care about how the wheelie bins are being cleaned.
 
Sadly, most of us have the mentality that out of mind is out of sight. Just because we can't see our wheelie bin, doesn't mean that it is not a breeding ground for germs and bacteria.
 
By the time we do notice our wheelie bin - IT SMELLS - germs and bacteria have taken over our wheelie bin and now our wheelie bin is a health hazard.
 
Garbage can be a breeding source for disease. Bacteria can multiply very rapidly given the right conditions. In a 24hr period a single germ can multiply 280 trillion times! Now that's a lot of germs! With all these potential pathogens we add flies-rats-mice and cockroaches as a distribution system for the germs and so the challenge begins....dirty smelly wheelie bins!
 
Most of the germs that can be found in decaying food stuffs and other discarded organic matters can be found in the wheelie bin. These include bacteria that can cause food poisoning such as Escherichia Coli, Listeria monocytogenes and Campylobacter jejuni.
 
Flies are known carriers of germs and diseases including intestinal worms and gastroenteritis. In hot weather it takes just a few hours for the eggs to develop into maggots and under 2 weeks to pupate into flies.
 
A whiff of rotting food when you lift the bin lid can make you ill. Research from the University of Stuggart found that week old rubbish can contain the bacteria that trigger allergic reactions such as asthma. SO......

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