Outdoor Trash Cans
Novelty Trash Cans
Winter Safety Equipment
Water Safety Equipment
Glasdon have been supplying a wide range of customers including governments, industry, hospitals, shopping malls, universities and colleges worldwide since 1959.
We design, manufacture and supply a most extensive product range, including a variety of recycling containers, trash cans, pet waste stations and cigarette units. Along with bollards and safety equipment such as salt storage containers and water rescue equipment.
Based in Richmond, Virginia, Glasdon, Inc. is dedicated to providing excellent customer service.
We pride ourselves in offering products of the highest quality and value, in a choice of styles, colors and options. Combined with our continued focus on pioneering product design using our own in-house design team, we are able to produce stylish, aesthetically pleasing as well as practical and durable personalized products to suit individual customers’ needs.
JD has been offering expert advice to Glasdon customers on recycling products for more than 10 years.
Are the small white containers of ketchup, cocktail sauce, etc you get with take out food recyclable?
Is there a container to recycle used medicine bottles?
What is a sign kit?
We have single-stream recycling. Do any of your labels include paper, plastic and cans?
"The implementation of the Nexus 26G has helped us increase our dry recycling year-on-year by over 200%. Alongside the efficient and friendly service we received from Glasdon, our cleaning team find the units easy and safe to empty."
- Herbert Smith LLP, London
"Glasdon have provided an efficient and friendly service, coupled with an effective range of products, which has helped Interserve FM meet its environmental contractual requirements to the Office of National Statistics."
- Interserve (Facilities Management) Ltd
Meet Our Team
Glasdon Inc. will be attending a number of trade shows and exhibitions over the next few months. For details, please visit our How to see our Products page.
Added Friday, August 31, 2012