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Intelligent Waste Bins To Spruce Up Your Home Recycling for 2020

Kitchenware brand, Joseph Joseph has just added intelligent waste bins to its collection. This is all thanks to a London design studio, PearsonLloyd.

They arrive in the market at a time when home recycling programs are gaining momentum and food waste management becomes a major concern.

These Intelligent Waste units stack vertically but still provide easy access to each specific area with various openings. This allows them to perfectly save on floor space – which is something everyone loves.

The units are steel-bodied Totems with an upper part accessed from the top and the lower part opening like a drawer. They can actually be further subdivided to incorporate four types of waste – and that could include compostables which have a uniquely designed caddy.

The materials – stainless steel for the body, polypropylene and ABS plastic parts for the inner parts – were chosen so they would be durable as well as easy to separate and clean.

Stack, meanwhile, is named after its stackable units, which maintain access to each level through a hollow in their ABS plastic exterior.

Each unit has a sliding lid, a removable inner bucket for easy disposal and colour-coded tabs to categorise recycling types.

The third product in the range is Stack 4, a food waste caddy that can be used together with other Intelligent Waste products or on its own. Read Full Article….

It’s clear that the designers spared nothing to chance in making the units effective. With a ventilated outer shell and integrated filter, they minimize odors and prevent moisture build-up.

Household rubbish and recycling is not just a passing fad.

And Joseph Joseph are making sure of that.

 

Written by Roger Steele

If you've read any of my articles, you probably already know that I'm a big time outdoorsman. I love fishing, surfing, hiking, hunting...basically any activity that can be done in the great outdoors. I also do freelance photography & writing. Getting paid to travel the world and write about it is about as good as it gets. Feel free to get in touch with me on any of my social media profiles.

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