The Method 60L bin is a beautifully designed and simple to implement solution for office rubbish. And what’s more, its design can be behaviour-changing for the better.
February 25th, 2019
Method is a company committed not only to great design – but to actually improving the planet. The Method recycling bin system is a able to create flexible recycling stations that to meet the needs of any modern office space and waste collection service.
Colour coded for ease of use, each bin is a bright and easy reminder for staff to dispose of their waste in the right way. The Amber recycling bin for example, is suitable for glass, plastics and cans, and at 60L in size, this is an ideal size for most workplaces.
Designed to be out in the open, the award-winning Office Recycling Bins help modern workplaces divert waste from landfill to make a visible difference in society, with recycling becoming a simpler than ever activity thanks to an adaptable system that empowers better waste separation.
The bins are available in open or touch lids; the open lids are ideal for high-flow environments with daily waste collections. Whereas, touch lids are perfect for slow-flow environments with less frequent waste collections as they contain odours.
The colour-coded lids are in line with Australian industry standards, while making waste sorting simple. As well as, being a beautiful, design friendly symbol of an organisation’s commitment to sustainability.
Optimally sized for office recycling and with a patented Bag Retainer System that holds liners in place and hides them from sight, the Method recycling system is a designer solution to a common problem
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