Tasmania's Port Arthur Historical Site switches to No BuTTs Mini-Butts Personal/Portable Ashtrays

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Tasmania's world famous Port Arthur Historical Site has taken delivery of their Mini-Butts Personal/Portable Ashtrays after switching to No BuTTs.

Port Arthur Historical Site"As soon as we saw No BuTT's Mini-Butts Portable Ashtrays it was obvious that it was a far superior product to the personal ashtray we had been using", said Karen Hooi-Collings, Port Arthur Visitor Centre Manager. 

"The first thing we noticed was that that the Mini-Butts could hold almost double the amount of cigarette butts that our old ButtsOut personal ashtrays could store but are only 5 millimetres bigger in depth.  That's a huge difference in convenience for our visitors that can often spend all day walking around Port Arthur Historical Site - and that makes a huge difference in the success of our efforts to reduce cigarette butt litter in and around Port Arthur."

"Another advantage we could instantly see was that the Mini-Butts had a much more secure lid that wouldn't pop open accidentally - and that's an important issue both for convenience and safety."

 Port Arthur Historical Site is another famous location that has switched to No BuTTs Personal Ashtrays.
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"Additionally, the quality of logo printing on the Mini-Butts was much better than what we had previously used", said Ms Hooi-Collings.  "We were going to switch to Mini-Butts anyway, but the absolute clincher was the bonus of receiving one of No BuTTs Eco-Pole Wall/Post Ashtrays at no extra charge just for ordering our Mini-Butts.  The Eco-Pole Ashtray is another fantastic product from No BuTTs."

  By No BuTTs staff [3rd November 2009]


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