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The UK's leading online supplier of high quality Wheelie Bins

Over 15 years of online customer service -Testimonials

We believe we have the lowest prices on the net

Our wheelie bin prices include delivery.*

Our wheelie bins are all brand new and made to the highest quality standards by Europe's largest bin manufacturers; EN840 for Design, Performance and Safety, ISO 9001 for Quality and ISO 14001 for Environmental Impact.

Order online and pay by credit/debit card using our secure system or telephone: 020 8776 8957. For card orders, we don't take payment until after your order has been dispatched. We supply many Schools, Hospitals, Prisons and other entities against order number - please call.

Take care when comparing prices, as some vendors add delivery or other extras during the order process.

Please contact us if you have any questions.

Commercial Wheelie Bins and Higher Quantities

We supply 4 wheeled plastic and metal (galvanised) wheelie bins, wheelie bins in commercial quantities - generally from stock. We supply recycle bins and many other bins and accessories. We are specialist Rubbermaid and Hailo distributors.

We ship any order size, from single bins to UK homes to container loads worldwide. We have a subsidiary BharatBins in India.

Please call or email us for a quote. We have the largest stock of any online vendor. You'll find dimensions for all our wheelie bins with the individual item descriptions.

We can now offer to arrange asset backed finance for wheelie bins and other items, please call.

And finally, we hope everyone knows what we mean by a wheelie bin, some people still use the term dustbin.  We do sell dustbins, although most people don't use them as dustbins these days. Garbage Bins, Refuse Bins, Wheely Bins, Wheeled Bins, Wheeled Waste Containers, Commercial Waste, Eurobins, Bins and Rubbish Bins are also terms that are used. Our Wheelie Bins are the lowest price, cheap even, but still top quality. We even sell mini wheelie bins.



* Free delivery included for Wheelie Bins to mainland England and Wales. Please see specific delivery prices which may be applicable to other items.


** "Slight seconds" or "non standard colour" refers to new bins which may have been stored for an extended time so might have some scratches or be dirty

Wheelie Bin News and Comment

5/04/2016-Catastrophe
    It may shock you to hear, but writing this column can occasionally be a bit of a struggle. It seems that despite being such infinitely fascinating subjects, people don’t tend to write many compelling news stories about wheelie bins. It’s an appalling and surprising state of affairs, as I’m sure you’ll agree. But, ah…who could forget the summer of 2010? The summer where we reached the summit of wheelie bin related news: the blisteringly dramatic standard to which all subsequent stories must sullenly compare themselves. The summer where 45-year-old Mary Bale became a national hate figure, after CCTV footage of her dumping a cat in a wheelie bin for no apparent reason went viral. 
    The mystery! The drama! The vitriolic fury! It really had it all. All bin news is just a footnote to Mary’s moment of deliciously irrational malice. This week the Daily Mail recalls the Watergate of the waste world, further underlining the troubled relationship cats have with wheelie bins. It reports that poor pet owners- Sophie Worster and Sarah Young- were forced to trawl through wheelie bins after the corpse of their beloved cat, Zelda, was thoughtlessly dumped in one by Colchester council.
Zelda was already a late cat when encountered by the council gardeners, so their actions can be chalked up as thoughtless rather than outright malicious. Still, you can’t read the description of a ‘cat squashed at the bottom of the bin’ without also hearing the sound of pitchforks being sharpened across the UK. A spokesman for Colchester Council apologised for the ‘deeply regrettable’ incident, before changing his name and moving his entire family to Argentina. 
   Onto more positive news, last week a Glasgow wheelie bin played the hero, averting catastrophe by breaking a man’s life threatening fall. A source told the evening times ‘to survive a fall like this is nothing short of a miracle.’ An unverified source quoted the bin as saying, in an unaccountably American accent ‘well, shucks, ma’am, it’s all in a day’s work.

 

By the way, it’s not just egomania that generates these little wheelie bin missives, although it helps. It appears that having changing written content on our front page assists our search engine position, keeping our volumes up and thus our wheelie bin prices down.
Man who fell from M8 overpass was saved by wheelie bin
Evening Times
Man who fell from M8 overpass was saved by wheelie bin 
Pet owners forced to trawl through wheelie bins for beloved cat
Daily Mail
Pet owners forced to trawl through wheelie bins for beloved cat 
Robotic wheelie bin terrorises town
Daily Mail
Remote control wheelie bin terrorises town 
Wheelie bin artist 'Binsy' goes viral.
BBC news
Wheelie bin artist 'Binsy' goes viral 

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