The World’s First Bin that is Specifically Designed for the Disposal of Waste Chewing Gum & is also Made With Your Waste Chewing Gum!
Are you sick of seeing little white splodges covering our pavements, schools, colleges, universities, shopping centres, railway stations, airports and theme parks? Do you hate getting chewing gum stuck on your brand spanking new trainers, or favourite jeans? Well did you know that chewing gum could now be recycled? Clear your path for the Gumdrop Bin, which will free you from this sticky situation. No longer will you fear for your fingertips lives as they run under any desk or table, no longer will you be scrubbing away at your clothes to remove that sticky residue. The Gumdrop Bin will be your knight in shining pink armour as it tackles gum litter head on by encouraging chewers to adopt an innovative way to recycle.
The Gumdrop houses a closed loop recycling process designed to both educate and inspire the public into giving gum a second life. The Gumdrop is a bright pink bubble shaped bin designed specifically for the disposal of waste chewing gum. Chewers simply drop their gum into the Gumdrop, that once full are sent back to Gumdrop Ltd where they are recycled into new Gumdrop bins and many other products, from wellington boots to Frisbees and mobile phone covers. Once full, one Gumdrop can be recycled to manufacture three new Gumdrop bins, which in turn can then be redistributed and the cycle starts again.
The Gumdrops have already attracted some fantastic partnerships from the likes of Virgin Trains, Legoland, BAA, Amey and many more. They have proved to reduce chewing gum litter by an average of up to 46% in the first 12 weeks of use. This new closed loop recycling process is becoming a long term solution for chewing gum litter. The future’s green with a drop of pink.
By working together we can clean up Britain inch by inch, will you give gum a second life?