Technical appendix - Waste bins

Waste bins :
Integrate, identify, and make easier to use…

GHM bins can include many alternatives depending on the models: different volumes, systems compatible with national security alert measures, fire-proofing, added ashtrays, anti fly-posting textures and surface treatments, etc. GHM bins have been designed by major designers and have appearance and capacity suited to use in different locations.

Finishes and colours


All GHM products are carefully prepared before the final coating is applied. Surface preparation: Cast iron: zinc coating (NF EN ISO 2063 standard) / Aluminium: phosphating passivating / Steel: hot dip galvanisation (NF EN ISO 1461), zinc coating (NF EN ISO 2063) / Certified origin timber: varnish sanding, sanding, drying and application of paint or surface treatment. Coating: cast iron, aluminium, steel: application of a thermosetting polyester powder coat in RAL shades. GHM's PIXEON technique (see PIXEON section) makes it possible to copy picture compositions or photos onto certain flat elements including the CEANO and CEANA line waste bins.


Several fixing options are available depending on the type of installation: on finished ground surfaces it is, however, recommended to use galvanised or stainless steel fixings.




Cast iron, a material that is noble and durable, contributes its strength to the aggression and shocks of city life, but is also flexible to the interpretations of the most creative designers. Other products use steel, stainless steel (see the specific section) or combinations of materials such as wood, aluminium and bronze.


Waste bin models are proposed with stainless steel containers as an option. National security alert compatible systems are available as a standard on some models.


picto ville  

recommended for
city centers

picto vigipirate vigipirate
picto jardin  

recommended for
parks and gardens

picto pose sol fini installation on finished
ground surfaces
picto bois lasure   surface coated wood  
picto pmr  

compliant with the French 18th September 2012 order covering the technical requirements for street and public space accessibility.

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