The lightweight and uniquely-shaped Spring Bin, designed by architects Ivan Del Ponte and Matteo Zambelli, is part of a 6 piece collection designed to bring a lightweight, elegant and coordinated street furniture solution to any urban development project.
Manufactured from high-strength UltraTense concrete, the entire Spring street furniture collection is hard-wearing and strong to make it a low maintenance solution for designers. The materials used are frost-resistant and do not absorb water, and are coated in a shiny or opaque anti-decay coating.
Upon request, the Spring Bin can be coated in nanotechnology and/or anti-graffiti products to further protect it from damage.
Suitable for indoor and outdoor projects, the free standing bin is available in a choice of white or charcoal grey, with rounded edges for improved safety and durability. It can be complemented with other options from the Spring range, including benches, seats and tables, for a uniform look across the scheme.
- Free standing bin
- Suitable for inside and outside projects
- Frost resistant and hard wearing
- Apart of the Spring street furniture solution
Ethical Risk Index
This Radar diagram illustrates the level of ethical risk associated with a specific stone. Ethical risk is plotted against the 10 ten measures of the ERI, with each value drawn from reports produced by independent ethical auditors, engaged by Marshalls to provide non-biased and honest reporting into levels of risk in that supply chain.
Each of the 10 measure is designed to recognise different and discrete sources of ethical risk. This produces a bespoke, fit for purpose framework designed specifically for the requirements of the stone industry. The radar diagram itself also compares the Marshalls supply chain to the wider industry in that stone, giving users a working comparison of Marshalls supply chain to the industry average, in the opinion of the auditor.
- Modern Slavery Act Awareness
- Supply Chain Visibility
- Income and Employment Security
- Health & Safety
- Employment Freely Chosen
- Corruption and Bribery