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A comprehensive one-stop guide to litter solutions. Featuring new designs, easy customisation methods and a new scratch-resistant coating for low maintenance surfaces.

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A new scratch-resistant coating for smooth, clean surface.

A new scratch-resistant coating for smooth, clean surfaces.

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Sable bass castings and eco-certified Jarrah battens for a timeless look.

Sable Bass castings and eco-certified Jarrah battens for a timeless look.

New Frame Bin features wide batten signage and low maintenance Woodgrain finish.

New Frame Bin features wide batten signage and low maintenance Woodgrain finish.

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Wood Without Worry

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Trend Watch August 2020

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  • 21 nov 2017
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