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Let’s talk about our heavy duty plastic safety steps.

Posted by Roadware on 4th Feb 2022

Let’s talk about our heavy duty plastic safety steps.
Our popular range of plastic safety steps, or step ups, are available in 1, 2, 3 or 4 tread (or step) sizes with the latter having an optional handrail too.These steps are portable and perfect for use in commercial, educational, and industrial environments. Strong, stable, and versatile. Our plastic safety steps are rotationally moulded from high density food grade polyethylene which also provides the added benefit of making them resistant to most cleaning chemicals. Being r
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Why it’s important to ensure you’re storing your grit correctly.

Posted by Roadware on 21st Jan 2022

Why it’s important to ensure you’re storing your grit correctly.
As we head into winter weather, you’ll appreciate having a grit bin on your premises as the likelihood of snow and ice underfoot increases.  While storing a grit bin outdoors is correct, they’re designed for this purpose after all, it’s important to protect internal grit contents from the elements or it won’t melt winter snow and ice properly.  Whilst we often say ‘grit’ is stored in grit bins and spread on our roads and pathways it’s usually rock salt and white (ish) in co
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What is a grit bin used for?

Posted by Roadware on 21st Jan 2022

What is a grit bin used for?
Image source Roadware Ltd You’ve probably come across grit bins before. These are usually bright yellow coloured receptacles kept roadside, ready to lend a helping hand whenever temperatures plummet and conditions become icy and or snowy. Although grit bins are traditionally yellow, they are also sometimes in red, green, blue, grey, or black (usually a recycled option) colours instead.But what do people use them for, exactly? And where will you find them?What are grit bins used for?&nb
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Three Ways That Dedicated Waste Recycling At Point Of Use Could Benefit Your Business

Posted by Roadware on 6th Jul 2020

Three Ways That Dedicated Waste Recycling At Point Of Use Could Benefit Your Business
Recycling At Point Of Use.2020 has been a tough year so far, but that hasn’t stopped the UK from continuing to work towards its 2020 recycling targets. Although recycling at home has a significant impact on the amount of recyclable waste that ends up in landfill, it’s essential that people recycle at work, and in public areas too if we want to make real progress towards the UK’s current 50% recycling goal. Dedicated recycling litter bins with waste stream management labels have been proven
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What is the difference between alcohol and non-alcohol based hand sanitisers in the workplace?

Posted by Roadware on 9th Jun 2020

What is the difference between alcohol and non-alcohol based hand sanitisers in the workplace?
Hygiene at WorkWhat is the difference between alcohol and non-alcohol based hand sanitisers in the workplace? Since the outbreak of COVID-19, the World Health Organisation has emphasised the importance of maintaining good hand hygiene. This practice is designed to protect ourselves and to help prevent the spread of infection. In lieu of thorough hand washing with soap and water, hand sanitiser became a highly popular alternative. Often used when there is no water available such as when e
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