Now that an average family generates waste by the truckloads, recycling bins are more important than they ever were. However, no one would pay some real attention to it, if you just put boring old recycling bin. Especially if you want to encourage your children to adopt recycling, you should make sure that you opt for recycling bin concepts that have catchy designs. Otherwise, your child would most probably ignore them.
16 – Recycling bin concepts to trash your waste in style
With new products flooding the market each day recycling, both in office and at home becomes a necessary headache to reduce carbon footprints left by luxuries of modern lifestyle. Though we hate to look at the recycling bin we have at home, considering it just a smelly way of disposing of trash. But, there are some folks who have designed really unusual and interesting recycling bin concepts that are not just another way to dispose trash. Instead, they are high-tech, eco-friendly and a beauty to look at.
Runners-up at “The 4th Bin” design competition; the “e-Bin” by London based designer Baharash Bagherian is a smart, mobile and versatile electronic recycling bin that can be programmed to communicate relevant information with both the user and the recycling company, thanks to the integrated touchscreen technology. Read More
2. Neo trash bin
Conceived by Indonesian designer Ingrid Njono, the “Neo” is a recycling bin concept that segregates garbage into four different categories, i.e., recycle, electronic, trash and compost, so it could be recycled without wasting extra time as well as efforts in the separation of different objects trashed in the bin. Read More
Dubbed “BathbinEco²,” the egg shaped or oval trash bin by designer Sébastien Maleville offers a soft color combination of green and white, which makes it an ideal accessory for home and office. The bin also includes a large handle, so you may effortlessly move it wherever you like. Read More
4. Ovetto Recycling Bin
Designed by Gianluca Solid, the term Ovetto stands for Recycling Egg. Sporting a simple yet elegant form, this dust bin has two compartments for taking care of the garbage in green style. This white oval shaped bin is chic enough to flaunt it in open and not hide it away in some corner or behind the doors. Read More
The issue of effectively managing and recycling household waste has gained ground and Ecomod aims to assist for the same. Short-listed for Domestic Greenclean at RSA Design Directions 2007/08, this product intends to get rid of an array of containers used for containing variety of garbage. Read More
6. Waste Paper Recycle Trash Bin
Designed by Qianqian Tao, the Waste Paper Recycle Trash Bin is not just a way to dispose trash for further recycling, as this hi-tech bin recycles waste on its own. The system mixes waste paper with polyvinyl alcohol environment cement. Read More
7. Trash ball
Hailed as “Trash Ball,” the trash bin by South Korean designer Hwajin Jung is made of ABS and leather that you may place in your home or office. When not in use, the trash bin becomes a toy for your kids, who can take it out to play their soccer match. Measuring 350 mm in diameter, the Trash Ball gives a playful design to the square trashcans. Read More
8. SmellFree compost bin
Compost bins do a wonderful job is encouraging people to recycle and save the environment. However, the major drawback of compost bins it the foul odor that fumes into the kitchen due to the composting process. The SmellFree Compost Bin designed by Joe Brunton makes sure that the only odor present in the kitchen is just of the food you are cooking.
9. Modular Recycling Bin
The new recycling bin by designer Dave Strydom seems to be a blessing in disguise for modern users. Featuring an ordinary and conventional design, the bin dubbed the “Modular Recycling Bin” solves a wide range of purposes for contemporary users. Made from reprocessed materials, the bin offers three adjustable interior compartments (finished with plastic, glass and tin) that act like a water bladder and alter their size to accommodate the disposed items in each section.
10. Share trash bin
Drawing inspiration from the “Share” button used by the social networking sites to promote their web content, designer Burak Kaynak has come up with an innovative bin that promises to clean your room or place by sharing the trash. Entitled the “Share,” the new trash bin features a step-to-open lid which allows hands-free dispensing and keeps the garbage out of your sight.
Designed and developed as a course project by the Industrial Design Center (IDC) students at IIT-Bombay, the Sustain-o-bin is an interactive dustbin with three sensors to follow people, to demarcate its boundaries and to acknowledge the good work done whenever it is stuffed with trash.
12. Armstrong Bin
This Sukwon Park & Sungwoo Park design is intended to compress the volume of garbage, which we produce each day. The name Armstrong Bin derived from the first man who stomps on the moon, just like you who stomp on your first garbage. Read More
13. Bio trashcan
This trashcan comes with a barcode feature, which makes it different from other trash bins. We often get confuse about what trash should go in which bin. Barcode trashcan will help you recognize different items, as the sensor on the can will help you to select the exact bin for particular trash. There are different cans available in one bin and they will open automatically when you need them. It can easily differentiate between recyclable and non-recyclable trash.
14. Expanding bins
Expanding bins allows users to put as much as junk they can as its special expanding feature allows it to do so. This pretty wastebasket adjusts its shape and size according to the waste, and in this way, you can put all your waste materials in it. Expanding bin is an ideal choice for office and study rooms.
15. Efficient wooden compost bin
Wooden compost bin is the best way to bring your DIY skills into play, as this will not only help you to reduce the garbage but also help you to create something useful for your home. To make your own wooden compost bin, all you need to do is fix a couple of wooden panels and metal fences. You can finish your homemade compost bin with a wrapping bin with netting to hold and compost your recyclable garbage.
16. Eco-friendly kitchen or room bin
Eco friendly bin helps you keep your kitchen and home clean and clutter free. This bin can lock the odor and help you to keep your home odor free. Now you do not have to hide the dustbin in a corner of the kitchen, as the modern look of the bin will make it look like any other showpiece.
Modern bins and trashcan not only help users lock the odor but also let them keep their home mess free. You can go for different designs and sizes according to your needs and likings.