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Foot pedal operated wheelie bin

19 August 2020

Whilst everyone is experiencing a degree of uncertainly during this crucial time, our goal to support our service partners and community at large, remains. As a team, Mpact Plastic Containers is committed to deliver the best service and products to all our stakeholders.

Wheelie bin

A simple task, previously taken for granted, such as washing our hands, has now become a critical factor. Touching various surfaces puts our health at risk. This, together with our long-standing motto of ‘safety first’ has driven us to a new innovation: a FOOT PEDAL OPERATED WHEELIE BIN, the first of its kind in South Africa.

The ‘hands free’ bin is designed to help reduce the spread of the Covid-19 and other viruses and pathogens by lowering the risk of cross contamination. With its ability to withstand extreme temperature variances, the 140 and 240 litre bins are suitable for both commercial and residential use. The bin and pedal is also resistant to most chemicals, has a shock-absorbent design and a rim flange specially designed for operational reliability and ensure effective and continuous mechanical handling.

Locally produced and proudly South African, we make every effort to ensure we are easy to do business with.

For product details contact: 012 250 9100 (Brits), 021 573 9400 (Atlantis), salesforce@mpcsa.co.za or visit our website on www.mpcsa.co.za

 

 

About Mpact
Mpact is the largest paper and plastics packaging and recycling business in Southern Africa with customers that include packaging converters, fruit producers, FMCG companies and other consumer and industrial packaging companies. Mpact’s integrated business model is uniquely focussed on closing the loop in plastic and paper packaging through recycling and beneficiation of recyclables.   Mpact has 43 operating sites, 21 of which are manufacturing operations, located in South Africa, Namibia and Mozambique. Sales in South Africa accounted for approximately 87% of Mpact’s total revenue for the current period, while the balance was predominantly to customers in the rest of Africa.  Mpact Operations (Pty) Ltd, the major subsidiary of the Group is a B-BBEE Level 1 contributor.

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