If You Ever Go Across the Sea to Ireland
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10/10/2018

If You Ever Go Across the Sea to Ireland

If You Ever Go Across the Sea to Ireland

MV Ulysses (named after the modernist novel by James Joyce) is a luxury cruise ferry, the largest car ferry in the World and operated by Irish Ferries on the Dublin Holyhead route. 

Being acutely aware of their environmental responsibilities, Irish Ferries depends on banks of Envirobin Minis from Leafield Environmental in order to segregate recyclable waste at source. 

Crossing the 70+ miles across the Irish Sea up to four times each day, could these Envirobin Minis be Europe’s most travelled recycling solution?

On reaching Dublin it would be unthinkable not to visit the home of the World’s biggest stout brewery…. Guinness. When Arthur Guinness, the founder took out a 9000 year lease on the Brewery in 1759 he demonstrated his ultimate faith in the quality of his remarkable, unique stout. With more than 800 million litres brewed annually in more than 50 breweries around the world, his faith was well placed.  
Current management have placed their faith in the quality of FinBin Wave bins in order to meet their recycling collection needs at the Guinness Storehouse, Ireland’s No1 tourist destination attracting over 1.7 million visitors in 2017. The stainless steel complements the ‘high-tech’ nature of the attraction. 

A mixture of triple and single FinBin Waves can be found throughout the seven floors of this must see attraction, helping Guinness meet its recycling responsibilities. The entire FinBin range is available through Leafield Environmental

Holiday over, back to the ferry again and a visit to the Irish Ferries departure lounge reveals a further array of Envirobins only this time Envirobin Midis… further proof how seriously Irish Ferries views its recycling obligations. 

Leafield Environmental is pleased to play its small part in Ireland’s Recycling Programme.


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