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Nice kitchen bin with recycling section

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NYnachos Mon 17-Feb-20 17:06:39

Having our kitchen bin in the cupboard just isnt working any more so I'm looking for a non-offence bin with sections for 1-2 different types of recycling, ideally in black/chrome.

Anyone seen/have one they can recommend?

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EL8888 Sat 22-Feb-20 13:17:24

Not sure but l watching with interest. As we want something similiar....

goingoverground Sat 22-Feb-20 15:30:23

I've had Brabantia and Simple Human bins over the years. Both excellent and look good (well, as good as a bin can look...). The Brabantia was retired after the kitchen was redone but it has found a new lease of life in DD's student house and is still going strong despite being 25 years old.

Brabantia also do a bin on legs called Bo that looks more like a piece of furniture than a bin. I also quite like the Joseph & Joseph Totem bin that stacks.

JL sells all of them:

www.johnlewis.com/browse/home-garden/kitchen-bins/recycling-bins/_/N-dwcZ1z0rh9r

TheClitterati Fri 13-Mar-20 09:12:36

I just got a Joseph Joseph Totem bin.
expensive but well designed.

DisasterousManagementPlan Fri 13-Mar-20 09:24:42

I've got a 2 compartment stainless steel simple human one.

mumieone Tue 17-Mar-20 23:17:11

Brabantia Bo

cindylouwhosplaits Tue 17-Mar-20 23:20:27

Love my Brabantia Bo. Got the 2 x 30l compartments and it works perfectly for us

Larach Wed 18-Mar-20 16:59:50

I've got the Joseph Joseph Totem and absolutely love it.

bubblesforlife Wed 18-Mar-20 17:02:53

https://www.vonhaus.com/vhen/72l-sensor-bin?utmm_content=dm%7Cpcrid%7C401805047021%7Cpkw%7C%7Cpmt%7C%7Cgrp%7C%7Cproduct%7C3000044%7Cslid%7C%7Cpgrid%7C84686626534%7Cptaid%7Cpla-316896869949&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIrbmZjcCk6AIVFuDtCh29IQ0PEAQYAyABEgLKTvDD_BwE

We have that one, it's a dream. You need to keep lid clean to make sure the electrics for up and down. The 2 bottom sections are 14l.
We put recycling in the main bin, food in the small one and general waste in the other. It works a treat.

Fuss Tue 31-Mar-20 11:55:30

Re the Joseph Joseph.

I have one. 2 years old now. When you pull the bottom recycling bin out the weight and design of the surround means it often falls forwards. If, like me, you have a hard tile floor it means it will chip the enamel of the bin all along the edges and look bloody awful. Joseph Joseph will fob you off.

I’d go for a simple human one over it every time.

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