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Collection: Waste bins

Waste bins are undeniably an integral part of any modern home. They are useful for collecting rubbish and helping to organise waste. Not only do they play an important role in recycling, but they also ensure that our home is hygienic and tidy. Lids for rubbish bins not only provide effective protection against unpleasant odours. Thanks to them, we protect food leftovers from unwanted insects and insects such as ants and midges.

Waste separation bins

Everyone probably knows that recycling rubbish is important. It is precisely because we put the rubbish from our home into the correct bin that the sorting and recycling facilities can recycle it again. Thanks to the fact that separate bins and containers have been introduced for waste, recycling it at a further stage allows substances or materials with a primary purpose or another use to be obtained from it. In other words, rubbish bins reduce the amount of litter that causes pollution. They are useful for collecting waste and reducing litter in the home. It is at the stage of a suitable rubbish bin that we start the process of waste segregation. Coloured segregation bins will definitely make it easier for us. After all, it only takes one glance to intuitively locate the bin for paper or bottles.

Proper segregation of waste makes it easier to organise its collection and subsequent disposal. The average Pole produces as much as 346 kg of rubbish per year (data from 2020). Thanks to appropriate bins which separate plastics and plastic from paper, bottles and organic waste, we can spread out our rubbish collection (or simply emptying the rubbish bin) according to our needs. This is why it makes sense to choose the right waste separation bins for your home.

Waste bins with lid

One of the most problematic (at the waste separation stage) types of waste is organic waste. These are usually the ones that mobilise us to empty the rubbish bin frequently. Food leftovers that end up in such a bin can begin to decompose quickly. Unfortunately, this is associated with an unpleasant smell, which can be frustrating for many people. It's also not insignificant that the smell coming from our rubbish bin can be attractive to all sorts of moths or ants. All it takes is for them to smell the waste bin's abundant food wealth for them to take up residence in our home for an extended period of time.
The solution to this problem is to frequently empty the organic waste bin (in the case of the home, this makes it even easier to do so composter) and a suitable lid. Waste baskets with lids can effectively contain the unpleasant smell of decomposing waste. What is more, many waste bins are equipped with an additional carbon filter responsible for neutralising this odour. The right waste bin therefore not only protects us from insects, but also increases the level of hygiene in our home.


Material for waste bins


When it comes to separating rubbish, the material of the rubbish bins is not insignificant. Food leftovers that leave traces inside the bin, or a bin that itself starts to smell like its contents, encourage us not to empty the waste bin but to throw it away with its contents. This is why the durable and long-lasting material from which the waste bins are made is important. A good quality material also guarantees us that after a few years we will not have to go to the shop and purchase a new waste bin again.

Waste baskets made of plastic also have an important advantage over other containers (e.g. those made of stainless steel). They are extremely lightweight. This means that even a litter bin filled to the brim can easily be taken to the nearest recycling bin or home composting bin.

Coloured rubbish bins


An additional advantage of the recycling bins made of plastic is their colours. Plastic is not only a durable material, but also very colourful. As a result, our waste baskets can be produced not only in the standard colours associated with waste segregation, i.e. blue, yellow, green and brown, but also in colours that we choose and that will suit our interior better. In this way, the waste bin can not only be a necessary accessory, but also a decoration for the home.