Did you enjoy #GlobalRecyclingDay? Now there is no better time to start to think about how you separate your waste and prioritise recycling in the home. On 18 March people around the globe came together for the first ever Global Recycling Day. To celebrate this we’re giving you the low-down on ways you can enjoy recycling in the home, read about them here and be inspired by our video!
Organise waste your way
For the ultimate in space-saving and smart solution for separating, collecting and transporting waste check out Sort & Go. Consisting of 6, 12 and 16 litre bins in Mint, Yellow, White, and Grey you can place them on the floor, in your cupboards, on the top of work surfaces or even hang them on the wall. The Sort & Go bins are made to organize waste your way.
Meet our next top model
It’s been called ‘Design lovers’ delight’, and with Bo Touch Bin you no longer have to hide your bin. With its four elegant legs and 8 available colours, Bo is both good-looking and practical. With up to 3 inner buckets made from 100% recycled materials, it is ideal for waste separation too.
Romke Swinkels, Brabantia’s Director of Marketing and Innovation: “With its unique design, contemporary colours, and focus on sustainability, our revolutionary new Bo Touch Bin is spot on trend. It is the future of waste management.”
Organise waste beautifully
If you’re looking for a truly beautiful solution for waste separation then it’s time to meet the new and fashionable Bo Pedal Bin (coming soon!). It’ll be available in eight colours and one, two or even three removable inner buckets for waste separation – it is up to you! But you’ll have to wait a little bit longer to have one of these in your home, they’re available in a few weeks! But trust us….they’re worth the wait!
Two bins one space!
Want to separate waste without using separate bins, then look no further than our Touch Bin Recycle. It has a 10 and a 23 litre removable plastic inner bucket, so you can use two handy bins that take up only one space! Genius!
We hope you enjoyed the first ever #GlobalRecyclingDay.