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I-Plast launched the production of 770l waste containers

A new four-wheel 770l waste container appeared in the production range of I-Plast waste containers in August 2019. It is the first experience of the production of such a container of the Russian raw material and on the territory of Russia. Today the company produces 1100, 660 770, 120 and 240 l plastic containers for municipal solid wastes. New 770 l container just as the other containers is made of virgin polyethylene which renders Russia-wide and outside application of the container in a wide range of temperature conditions (from -40 up to +50C). The container is easily washed inside and outside. It has a reinforced bottom and a special gripper retainer. The parameters of quality and application safety make new waste container meet the demands of international DIN EN 840 standard, therefore guarantees the great demand for the product not only in Russia, but also in CIS countries, Europe and Asia. The presence of such useful options as pedal, plastic cover, rubber valve and lid hatch in the waste containers product line makes the separate accumulation of wastes possible as well as lets the Russian local operators provide the completion of “Environmental protection» national program.


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