Barrie, Ontario, May 24, 2013 Busch Systems has announced their latest recycling contest for colleges and universities. The Like the Link contest will award $9,000 worth of the new “Uptown” recycling stations for the campus recycling program of the winning school!
Ever wonder how recycling bins are made? Our newest video showcases how Busch Systems makes recycling containers and recycle bins in our manufacturing facility. Take the tour with us!
A big concern with coffee cups is the issue of contamination, in some municipalities coffee cups are recyclable and some they are not. This causes confusion and people tend to throw coffee cups in recycling bins where they aren’t accepted, which will taint the recycling stream. Our container avoids all that confusion by giving users a completely separate collection bin to dispose of coffee cups!
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Busch Systems has been a major player in the recycling industry for over 25 years, and throughout this time we’ve seen recycling explode in popularity. Cities and municipalities all across North America have become heroes with their recycling programs, as have businesses and schools. We just love that we can be a part of their success and hope to continue to do so in the future…
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What better way to promote your recycling program or recycling service than through the use of mini carts and bins? These promotional items are always a hit at tradeshows, are great for sales calls and can be customized to put your company logo and contact information on the desk of anyone you give them to. Best of all, these handy items come in different colors and different designs, so it’s easy to find the one that’s right for you.
If you are a college or university looking to promote recycling on campus, then consider a campaign whereby you give away mini recycling bins with your school logo along with a slogan like “We Recycle!”. It’s a popular way to promote a campus recycling program and helps get the word out about your school’s sustainability efforts.
If you are a business providing a recycling collection service, what better way to let people know about your service than by giving them a mini recycling cart with your contact information right on the mini bin? Every time your prospect reaches for a pen or highlighter in their mini cart, your company information will be prominently displayed.
If you are a municipality or city looking to increase recycling rates and spread awareness about your collection program, think about distributing mini recycling bin key chains to help spread the word.
Everyone loves free items. When those items are interesting and practical, they tend to love them even more. If you can get your name onto items like this, it’s a great way to promote your program or service. When it comes to mini recycling bins, what’s not to like?Source: buschsystems.com