9-11 May 2023
ICC Sydney

A Complete Recycling and Waste Solution for Modern Facilities

As waste management continues to be a top priority for FM, Method have made implementing a successful recycling and waste solution into your facility simple, cost-effective and good-looking.

Method have redesigned recycling for the modern facility. Their award-winning 60L Office Recycling Bins effectively facilitate users to separate waste while saving time, money, and confusion.

The bins can be found in influential facilities around the world including the Sydney Cricket Ground, Qantas, Foster + Partners, Canva, Auckland Airport and many more.

Method pioneered the concept of Open Plan Recycling. The bins join together to form flexible recycling stations that are placed out in the open plan design of modern spaces. Visibility is a key factor in the success of the Method system, as it increases awareness and accountability for individuals.

Open Plan Recycling is scalable with your needs, easily adding or moving the bins around the building as your needs change, creating a turnkey system you can roll out across various facilities. Further, to increase the success of your Method system, you can place individual bins where recyclables are produced such as a paper bin near the photocopier.

Communal recycling stations can save organisations a considerable amount of time and money. For example, with communal recycling stations compared to desk bins; there are fewer bins and liners to purchase and service, and the cost of waste disposal is reduced through recycling more, and wasting less.

Method believes in the power of design to look good as well as changing behaviours. The bins are coded to assist in waste separation, and change the way people interact with waste in the workplace. Westpac Bank in New Zealand went from 70% of waste to landfill to 30% with the introduction of Method bins.

To find out more about the effective recycling solution for your facility come and meet Sebastian, the Australian Business Development Manager at stand D9 at the Total Facilities Show, or visit their website – www.methodrecycling.com 
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