Oslo Recycling Bin: suitable for any outdoor environment

Oslo Recycling Bin: suitable for any outdoor environment

The Oslo Recycling Bin is very resistant and adapts to any environment. It is specially designed to withstand inclement weather, so it can be installed in both urban and rural areas such as the Barać Caves (Croatia):

It can be installed individually, or forming recycling stations.

It has a cover with a rounded top to prevent rain or snow from entering the bin and objects being deposited on top of it. The deposition of the residue is carried out by its anterior and posterior apertures.

It is versatile. It is found with different collection systems: smart inner ring or smart inner liner. Different types of opening for emptying: frontal door or upper hinged cover. In different capacities: 40, 75 and 100 liters. With and without ashtray. And made of different materials: galvanized steel and stainless steel.

The residues to be deposited are well identified by an aluminum plate fixed to the cover.

Optionally it also has bases made of both stainless steel and galvanized steel to beautify and stylize the bin.

Likewise, and for extremely aggressive environments due to a high level of salinity and humidity, an additional treatment especially indicated to increase its resistance to corrosion and protect it against such aggressive environments is available.

The Barać Caves is a Public Institution for the Management of Protected Natural Values in the Territory of the Municipality of Rakovica in Croatia. This public institution manages a protected natural habitat: the Barać caves and the Natura 2000 ecological network, where you can take several hiking routes marked as wolf, lynx and bear. Of the entire protected area under the category of ˝Significant Landscape˝, with a total area of 5.19 km2, the Barać Caves are definitely the most famous attraction. These caves, which give their name to the entire protected area, were first opened to visitors in 1892.

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