BinDock & BoxDock create tidy locations for recycling boxes and wheelie bins. Made from European Oak, for its strength & outdoor durability, the wood comes from sustained forestry. BinDock & BoxDock are robust & very well crafted. Simple to self-assemble, an allen key and 8 fixings are supplied.
Made in a manufacturing plant that uses all its woodwaste to generate power & heat, this makes for a close to carbon-neutral manufacturing process.
BoxDock accommodates a variety of recycling boxes - from regular ‘green recycling boxes’ to smaller containers. Internal sizes: width 495mm/19.5” & height 500mm/19.5”
BinDock accommodates both small & large wheelie bins (120 litre & 240 litres).
BoxDock BinDock set £145.
BinDock extension (for each extra wheeliebin) £56.55.
All prices include vat.
BoxDock & BinDock are twinned with the York Groundsel. Like wheelie-bins & recycling boxes, this plant is a new arrival to this country.
York Groundsel is the first new species to have been naturally created
in Britain for more than 50 years. Discovered by Dr. Richard Abbot in a car park
in York, it is a natural hybrid between the common groundsel and the Oxford ragwort,
a plant that was introduced to Britain from Sicily 300 years ago.
Dr Abbott said “It is important for it to build up its numbers rapidly, or it could get rubbed out which would be sad. The biggest threat to the new species is the weedkillers from the council.”
The latin name given to the new species is Senecio eboracensis, after Eboracum, the Roman name for York.