- Supports the government-led Waste & Resources Action Programme (WRAP)
- Clear and recognisable
- Available in several sizes and materials
The UK Government is investing in tackling climate change by incentivising and encouraging more recycling and less waste in the workplace. Businesses large and small are adopting the use of multiple different recycling units with clear, standardised signage that fits the WRAP scheme's look and feel, creating a recognisable point of reference for your staff. At a glance, your employees and visitors alike will be able to read and understand these WRAP signs thanks to their easy-to-interpret messages.
In this case, the paint pot pictogram outlined in white against the distinctive purple background, combined with the simple text 'paint' and widely known recycling sign, denote that paint cans should be recycled at the indicated location. Ideal for use in industrial and public settings alike, including vehicle maintenance workshops, DIY stores and recycling centres, these durable paint recycling signs will set your company's standards, helping to change behaviour. Ultimately, these signs should be seen as only a part of your overall recycling and waste management strategy, reducing our reliance on natural resources and lowering the impact on global climate change, one pot of paint at a time.
Available in a choice of six different sizes (210 x 148mm (A5), 297 x 210mm (A4), 420 x 297mm (A3), 594 x 420mm (A2), 60 x 250mm or 841 x 594mm (A1)), simply select the right size to match the surface area of the wall it will be attached to, as well as the level of prominence you want it to have in your working environment. Pick from either polypropylene rigid plastic (suitable for indoor or outdoor use) or self-adhesive vinyl (suitable for indoor use only) materials so you can tailor your sign to your working conditions.
We also supply a wide range of different recycling signs for different materials, including household waste, mixed paper and card, plastics, mixed glass, electrical waste, metals, batteries and corrugated cardboard, amongst others.