Are you curious about how your waste can become new resources? HÅLLBAR series helps you sort different materials into different bins – a simple action and the first step towards giving waste a new life.
HÅLLBAR bins are designed to meet different recycling needs. This bin is perfect for sorting used batteries and light bulbs, or to store smaller items like sponges, cloths, tea lights and crayons.
HÅLLBAR bins are stackable to save space. Place same-size bins on top of each other or place smaller bins on top of the larger ones.
The bins can be placed freestanding anywhere in your home or integrated in a cabinet or drawer.
By mounting HÅLLBAR support frame for recycling bins in MAXIMERA high drawer 31½x17¾" cm or 31½x23⅝", the bins stay in place, and you get good access and overview.
In the kitchen, mount your recycling as close to the sink as possible since this is where most waste is produced and to avoid spills.
A lid is included to hide your waste. It’s removable for easy cleaning or if you prefer to keep your bin open.
The bin is designed with rounded corners to make it easier to clean.
The included sticker can be attached to the bin to mark what you are sorting. Draw or write on the sticker to make it clear what goes in the bin.
Bucket/ Lid/ Hinge:
Polypropylene plastic (min. 20% recycled)
Reinforced polyamide plastic (min. 20% recycled)
Wipe dry with a clean cloth.
Wipe clean with a water dampened soft cloth and a mild non-abrasive dish detergent or soap, if necessary.
By creating products that help people minimize and manage waste, we contribute to enabling a more sustainable life at home.
We want to have a positive impact on the planet. That is why by 2030, we want all materials in our products to be recycled or renewable, and sourced in responsible ways.
It fit well in myShabbirIt fit well in my kitchen drawer.5
Top cover Broken within aRaguwaranTop cover Broken within a week1
Garbage canjoanneGreat apartment under sink garbage4
love itJacquelinereasonable price and I like the quality of it5
Amazing bins for dog foodKeanonAmazing bins for dog food5
Perfect little binsTaylor E.These bins are more than satisfactory. I find them to be perfect. They have an inset O-ring from which to hang the bag from, making changing the bin a breeze, and they are a good size and dimension. As well, two of the 10L bins fit under the BJORKASEN laptop stand, but one of the bin handles can't be at the lower position against the extruded catch, but instead needs to be tilted higher above the lid for this particular arrangement to work. Despite this, they are compact and offer refuse storage at a reasonable price.5
As expected. Using as aAnytaAs expected. Using as a small compost bin in my kitchen.4
Great size love the bagElinorGreat size love the bag holder5
Organic BinHarpreetWe use this plastic box for storing our organics. I like the latch door, it traps in odour and is light enough to move around.5
Good productPATGood product5
Durable and Great priceChrisThis is great product to have size is perfect for daily use , comes with a lid which is handy and great price5
easy to cleanHONGeasy to clean5
Good product!NATALIAGood product!5
it's neatJaewooit's neat5
Just what i was looking forMonicaThis was easy enough to install. And good options in terms of size of the bins. The pull out frame (sold separately) was i think a little to expensive.5
Very good!OlhaVery good!5
Love itSHEILLALove it5
Perfect for the laundry room!TammyIt was hard to find a compact garbage bin for the dryer fluff. It was a nice replacement for a bag just squished between the washer and dryer.5
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