Forest Gribskov expands with Bigbelly for summer

Forest Gribskov municipality extends now to 17 pieces Bigbelly in the form of both waste bins and sorting stations for glass and cans.

Littering in the Baltic Sea is a famous problem in which both business and visitors must take vigorous action to meet Global targets. With the help of Bigbelly can now secure forest Gribskov municipality Beach for the summer and minimize picking on mark, access for vermin and debris in the water.

The municipality's solar-powered trash cans with built-in compression is now deployed at a popular beach in forest Gribskov and is ready for what summer has to offer! We replaced the existing 27th recycle bins at 100 litres/st with six Bigbelly sorting stations with a capacity of 760 litres per station and also four pieces High Capacity with capacity of 570 litres and a pieces Standard Capacity on 190 litres.

We have, together with the municipality and local schools in forest Gribskov increased interactivity and awareness of litter in public places with the help of a treasure hunt.

The new solution gave a capacity of 7.030 liters instead of previous 2.700 litres. This makes it easier for the municipality's activities now can more easily streamline and place resources as needed.

We wish you a pleasant summer and a better environment!


Reviews of Bigbelly

Big belly's system is closed, which prevents birds and pests from accessing the content. "It is an important step in the work on to keep the city free from pests.

Anders Porelius / Stockholm Traffic/SVT News

They have worked very well and the recycle bins have never been fullest. It has always been the place to throw rubbish in.

Magnus B / Park engineer in Östermalm

On Queen Street usually we empty the Recycle Bins three times a day, but during the trial this summer, so the number of flushes to three times a week.

Peter Ring Wreath / Trafikkontorets project manager

I usually walk there, and what a difference it has become. It tends not to be junk there anymore, "she says." in addition, rats and birds pull out the debris on the ground.

Jessica Jormtun / Chairman of the District Committee (MP)