was selected by the Council of Westminster (London) to supply 20 thousand baskets for waste collection, in government buildings, the British Parliament, and the Buckingham Palace.

The residents of some areas of Westminster, as Amberley Estate, were also provided with similar baskets, and there is a day for collection in each area of the neighbourhood.

The baskets produced by are supplied with different colours for different types of waste. 50 thousand Green baskets were supplied for the collection of glass to the "Community of Communes of Noeux et Environs" in France.

The design of these baskets was developed having in mind the distance to the major target markets (UK, Netherlands, Belgium and France). It was essential to design the baskets to nest in each other when empty, to minimize the transport cost:
• when designing boxes for transport and storage, it is common practice to foresee the possibility of stacking and nesting through a rotation of 180 °. However, this solution would mean that the drop-front of the baskets would not all face the same side, and that would prevent the access to the basket on the second level of the pile.
• therefore, a solution was developed to enable conversion of the baskets from the nested to the stacking position by staggering one basket in relation to the basket below it.

This solution thus offers a volume for each type of waste considerably larger than the models with each sorting container side by side.

In addition to the perforated basket with drop-front, versions with a flat-top, and versions with solid walls are also available.

There is also the possibility of suppling the basket with a Lid.