Binguard’s purpose is to ensure that refuse inside the wheelie bin does not end up on the street before it reaches the refuse removal truck, thereby contributing to a clean and unsoiled environment.
It is an extension of your personal, household and neighbourhood security measures by preventing unwanted access to the content of your reuse bin.
The lock system has three operational modes:
- In yard mode – with the cable on the side of the wheelie bin, the lid is unlocked and can be opened to add refuse.
- Collection day – Pull the cables across the lid and lock the pin into the gravity lock (on the right side of the bin).The lid is now locked and can be placed out on the street shortly before refuse collection. The lifting action of the truck automatically unlocks the bin gravity lock and the bin will be returned to an unlocked state once emptied. Bin cleaning service providers are therefore still able to clean the bin after refuse removal.
- Last minute access – you can at any time, even when the cable is locked for collection, unlock and open the lid using the owner’s key operated padlock (on the left side of the bin) to add or remove waste. Always ensure that this padlock is locked after this entry.
Binguard unit includes:
- Gravity lock
- Waterproof padlock with keys
- Long cable
- Lock plate
- Short cable
- Hang tag