Environment Product Guide

Ashtray and waste bin guide to symbols

Finding the right waste collector using pictograms – the customer orientation guide for ashtrays/ash containers and waste collectors will tell you how.

Also suitable for outdoor use

These items are designed for outdoor use and made either of galvanized & powder coated steel, aluminium alloy or UV resistant plastic.

Vandalism resistant

Designed for strength and featuring bolt down feet to deter Vandalism. Safe for public area use due to mesh see-through design.


Bins are made of PE or PP with a smooth finish to minimize bacterial cling. Can be cleaned with hot solutions to eliminate bacteria.


Ashtrays and waste collectors are lockable (e.g. with cylinder or dual lever security locks) and are thus protected against unauthorised access.

Floor anchoring

Items can be securely anchored to the floor with floor bolts (which are usually packed with the item).

Wall mounting

Items can be mounted to walls with screws and plugs (which are usually packed with the item).

Wall and floor mounting

Items can be securely anchored to the floor and/or mounted on walls with fasteners (which are usually packed with the item). in delivery).

With inner container

Items are fitted with an inner container as standard. This enables convenient and clean disposal of waste.

Sand filling

Ashtrays are filled with sand to help extinguish cigarette butts.


The design of the ashtray or waste collector restricts the flow of oxygen so that potential fires are choked before they can start.

No-fingerprint finish

The containers are polished using a special grinding pattern and then coated with an elastic sealant. This virtually eliminates the appearance of fingerprints on the stainless steel surface.

Stainless steel

Many items in this assortment are also available in stainless steel versions. What is stainless steel actually and what is the best way to care for it? Useful tips for handling your stainless steel products.

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