CHARITY CIGARETTE BUTT BINS – from £190
We want to help you establish long term positive behavioural and environmental change in your local community. Our Charity Cigarette Butt Bins can help you do that by offering excellent opportunities to reduce litter, encourage positive behaviour from smokers AND help raise donations for local charities.
Cigarette butts are the most common form of litter on the planet. Providing clearly identifiable interactive cigarette butt bins in an area nudges smokers to dispose of their butts responsibly.
Cigarette filters are made from a form of plastic called cellulose acetate and also contain thousands of toxic chemicals.
Installing our charity cigarette butt bins can help prevent millions of butts polluting your local environment every single year.
REINFORCE GOOD HABITS
The incentive of raising money for a local charity by simply using the bin provided is enough for many smokers to ‘Do the right thing’.
Over time it is hoped that smokers will subconsciously associate putting their cigarette butt in a bin (not just a Charity Cigarette Butt Bin but any bin) as a good thing.
HELP LOCAL CHARITIES
Installing our Charity Cigarette Butt Bins as part of your anti-littering strategy is an ideal way of involving businesses and charities with the local community.
Businesses can show their commitment to their employees, the local community and the environment by installing Charity Cigarette Butt Bins on their premises or by sponsoring a bin in the community.
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DID YOU KNOW CIGARETTE BUTTS CAN BE RECYCLED?
That’s right, they can be recycled. Not in your kerbside recycling bin unfortunately but there is a company called Terracycle who offer a free cigarette butt recycling scheme. Unfortunately Terracycle are no longer accepting new sign ups to their free scheme. Check out the WHY IT’S IMPORTANT page for more information on this problem.
If you are responsible for a business or public event space then you have an obligation to deal with the impact it has both directly and indirectly in the immediate community. This is especially true when it comes to litter generated by smokers.
You cannot abdicate responsibility and expect someone else to deal with the problem.
Ignoring this responsibility will not only have a detrimental effect on the environment it is also highly likely to have a growing detrimental effect on your business or organisation’s public profile too.