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Smokers Cease-Fire® Cigarette Butt Receptacle

42cm x 98cm
As Low As £68.88 (Ex. VAT)
Outfit your facility with cigarette receptacles that are safer and more attractive than messy, sand-filled buckets.  Read More

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Description & Specifications

Outfit your facility with cigarette receptacles that are safer and more attractive than messy, sand-filled buckets.
  • High-density polyethylene with flame-retardant additive provides all-weather durability and won't leave behind rust rings
  • Attractive receptacle helps create a clean, professional appearance
  • Oxygen-restricting design quickly extinguishes cigarettes to prevent smoldering and reduce the risk of fire
  • Enclosed design keeps waste in and water out
  • Easy-open lid and removable galvanised steel pail liner are easy to clean
  • Broad base helps prevent tipping
  • Tie-down notches add security against theft and severe weather
Style Cease-Fire®
Dimensions ext. dia. 42cm x 98cm H
Sold as 1 each
Weight 5.9 kg
# per Pallet 8
Composition High-density polyethylene


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Additional Information

  • Smoke-free (Premises and Enforcement) Regulations 2006
    From 1st July 2007, this ban applies to all offices, factories, shops, pubs, bars, restaurants, membership clubs, public transport and work vehicles (including company cars) that are used by more than one person. The Legislation states that organisations affected by the ban will be required to display "No Smoking" signage within buildings to ensure that employee's, visitors and the public are aware of no smoking areas.
  • Smoking, Health and Social Care (Scotland) Act 2005
    This regulation applies to wholly or substantially enclosed premises in Scotland where the public have access, the premises is a place of work, or is being used as a club, an association, or providing healthcare or education. This new law also applies to vehicles used for business purposes like heavy good vehicles, buses, trains and taxi's. A person in charge of a no-smoking premises is responsible to ensure that no-one smokes, as is the person who smokes. Both commit an offence if someone smokes on a no-smoking premises. Warning notices in and on no-smoking premises are also required to be conspicuously displayed as to be visible and legible to persons in and approaching the no-smoking premises.
  • The Smoke-free Premises etc. (Wales) Regulations 2007
    The new law banning smoking in enclosed public places in Wales came into force on 2nd April 2007. The law creates three specific offences: Failing to display no-smoking signs in premises covered by the law Smoking in a smoke-free place Failing to prevent smoking in a smoke-free place. Very few exemptions are proposed to the smoking ban. The new law will affect most public premises, including restaurants, pubs, bars, shops, cinemas, shopping centres, leisure centres, other enclosed workplaces and public transport.
  • The Smoking (Northern Ireland) Order 2006
    The Smoking (Northern Ireland) Order 2006 came into effect on 30 April 2007. From this date it will be against the law to smoke in most 'enclosed' and 'substantially enclosed' workplaces and public places, including work vehicles and public transport.
  • Certifications, Approvals and Ratings
  • FM Approved