The Envirobank Reverse Vending Machine (RVM) designed to provide a closed loop recycling solution. This means that a container accepted into an Envirobank will find its way back into a consumer’s hand as another product.
The RVM’s scanning and sorting intelligence gives it the ability to sort recyclables and reject unsuitable containers, keeping the recyclable waste stream free from contamination and out of landfill. Using one of our network of Envirobank RVMs ensures that a container deposited is a container recycled.
Due to the compression mechanism, the units hold 20 times the capacity of a single Sulo bin, which means they have to be emptied less frequently. Greater storage capacity due to the compaction mechanism, this enables units to hold up to 3000 cans and 1600 PET bottles.
Continuous feed port will accept 30 plastic bottles or 40 cans a minute, enabling event patrons to recycle multiple units quickly.
The cutting edge technology of Envirobank machines read all barcodes on items inserted into the machine. Any material unacceptable for recycling will be rejected. This means zero contamination, so every container deposited will reach the recycling destination.
The machines can be accessed wirelessly to provide immediate, accurate reporting from your event. Each machine records the amount of recyclables collected by material type. This will provide the hard proof of positive impact for press releases and sustainability reporting.
The Envirobank Mobile Unit delivers the message that your business is committed to the well being of the environment. It shows potential customers, event goers and the wider community that your brand is a responsible member of the community and has a strategy to protect our planets future.
Plastic bags are among the most harmful and unnecessary forms of plastic out there- have you ditched the bag yet? https://t.co/6LY8FFPl0n
- Friday Jul 15 - 6:45am
A fantastic documentary on the dangers of plastics to our environment- be sure to check it out and share widely! https://t.co/X7t7cJfMBa
- Friday Jul 15 - 4:55am
Clean Up Australia says just 3% of the 4 billion light-weight grocery bags used each year are recycled. https://t.co/XF7hOCbMfS
- Thursday Jul 14 - 9:10am