Prestige 23 Litre Wall-Mounted or Freestanding Waste Bin

IFS1032

Applications: Public Toilet

The Prestige 23 litre waste bin is versatile in its placement as you can have it at floor level, or on the wall to free up space and leave the floor clutter free. This is a very easy to clean and maintain product and will match any current décor with its brushed satin stainless steel finish. Its smooth corners and edges maintain a safe environment in the washroom area. IFS1032 is ideal for the disposal of paper towels.

Prestige stainless steel dispensers and accessories are a range of timeless and classic ‘away from home’ washroom fittings.

Prestige dispensers offer quality and conventional designs to fit with a large variety of washroom designs. The products are suited to most locations but particularly to the hospitality sector such as bars, restaurants and hotels.

Technical Description

AISI 304 (1 mm gauge) brushed satin stainless steel open waste bin. Option to wall mount or free stand (wall mounted fixings included). Edges are all folded to eliminate any sharp corners for optimum safety.

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€59,94
€59,94 inc. VAT
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  • Dimensions: 435 (H) x 355 (W) x 158 (D) mm
  • Wall-mounted or free-standing
  • Weight: 3.30Kg
  • Capacity: 23ltr
  • Material: 304 (1.1mm gauge) stainless steel outer
What features to look for when buying bathroom waste bins?

This blog post sums up the main features we would look for when purchasing a sanitary or general waste bin for bathrooms, especially at commercial facilities with high traffic.

What are the pros and cons of each finish?

We have written a blogpost about it. Please, click here.

How to handle human hygiene waste?

The UK has different regulations and recommendations to handle sanpro waste (sanitary towels, nappies, incontinence pads) depending on its hazard level and the facilities where it is disposed.

We encourage you to read through the official guidance on the subject. As a summary, we understand that:

  • If it originated from a healthy population, it can be disposed with general household waste.
  • Should it be produced in large amounts, like may happen in nurseries, schools or motorway services areas, it is advisable to package it away from other waste.
  • When the household waste is classified as hazardous, it must be securely transported and disposed in appropriate containers by a healthcare professional or collected as healthcare waste by the local authorities (who may charge for it).
  • Clinical waste must be handled following the law by entities with a waste management license. You will find more information in the webpage linked above and this guide.