Recycling Signage FAQs
Why Use Recycling Signs?
Recycling signs are useful for locating where to dispose of particular materials and simply encouraging best practices in waste disposal.
A recycling sign can be used to explain your company’s policies around recycling, as well as direct people to the correct recycling points.
Where Should I Place A Recycling Bin Sign?
Recycling signs can be placed around the workplace and near recycling points to remind staff and visitors what waste should be disposed of and where. Material-specific recycling points should have signs placed directly on or next to them so as to make the process as simple as possible.
Our recycling symbol signs are used in many different environments, including offices, hospitals, construction sites, warehouses, parks, colleges, and more. The signs can form part of a waste recycling programme to minimise the use of resources, process waste, and to prevent products going directly into landfill.
They can be used to label:
• Waste bins
• Wheelie bins
• Bottle banks
• Trash cans
• Needlestick disposal boxes
• And more.
How Should I Use Recycling Signs?
Label Source's recycling signs are designed to cover a broad range of recyclable materials. Specific signs are available for each of the following:
• Aluminium cans
• Clinical waste
• Engine oil
We also offer non-specific signs for general recycling points and general (non-hazardous) waste as well as waste segregation signage.
For further information about Label Source's range of waste management signs, please call 0800 3761 693 or email email@example.com.