“We have been using metroSTOR charging stations on our sheltered schemes at Stonewater for two years now; we chose the units originally because the scalable concept allowed us to reduce costs by simply dropping in the required number of attractively-styled, robust modules to each scheme rather than designing a bespoke solution time after time.”

Glenn Loftus, Stock Improvement Project Manager, Stonewater plc.

“East Kent Housing has successfully trialled the metroSTOR bin units for several months with a very positive response from Residents, Refuse Collectors and other contractors. It is an ideal system for our requirements, being robust, aesthetically pleasing and cost- effective, it has had a dramatic impact on the environment with less littering and fly tipping and by reducing fire risk.”

Sue Hogben, Surveyor, East Kent Housing

“We consider metroSTOR units to be an excellent product and have found them to be very effective for reducing fire risk, litter and fly tipping issues with waste and recycling bins across our estates. They have also been well received by both residents and refuse collection officers.”

Steve Rosagro, Building Surveyor, Cheltenham Borough Homes

“With biodiversity being high on the agenda of the Myatt’s Field North project as well as being integral to the Code for Sustainable Homes requirements, we required innovative ways of introducing biodiversity into the residential areas. It was then that the metroSTORTM cycle units with the greenroof option was chosen to not only provide green roofs to the cycle stores, but to ensure they integrated attractively into the environmental fabric of the area.”

Company: PRP Architects, Myatts Field North Regeneration.