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SORTERA Waste sorting bin with lid, white,

Price £ 17

How to get it

This durable, plastic storage bin has a foldable lid that makes it easy to open even if you have another bin stacked on top. Use several boxes for sorting different types waste - or laundry.

Article Number702.558.99

Product details

You can easily access the contents of a bin, even when stacked, because it has a folding lid.


IKEA of Sweden

Weight & measurements

Width: 41 cm

Depth: 55 cm

Height: 45 cm

Volume: 60 l


Easy to assemble, easy toVerified ReviewerEasy to assemble, easy to use, keeps things tidy and sorted5
Great sizeVerified ReviewerJust what we needed5
Super StorageVerified ReviewerWell made. Require a square one!5
Great for recyclingVerified ReviewerI got a couple of these to go in our porch to put recycling in as our bin isn’t close to the house. It’s ideal and saves it building up in the kitchen5
Practical bin for sorting waste.Verified ReviewerPractical bin for sorting waste.5
OKVerified ReviewerOK4
Very goodVerified ReviewerVery good5
Perfect storage for dinosaurs 🦕Verified ReviewerExactly what we needed to store our son's many dinosaurs.5
Good but the measurements are incorrectVerified ReviewerA good sturdy bin. Easy to keep clean and excellent value however these measurements are incorrect. Including the lid it's more 58cm deep which is just too large for the space I need. Will be returning tomorrow1
It saves me spaceVerified ReviewerIt saves me space5
It saves me spaceVerified ReviewerIt saves me space5
Hard wearing.Verified ReviewerThese are replacing a set of identical bins (purchesed 20+ years ago) that have long service and are now starting to crack. Here’s hoping these last as long!5
Works wellVerified ReviewerItem is sturdy and well made.5
Works well.Verified ReviewerItem is sturdy and well made.5
Great sizeVerified ReviewerBought it for sock so big love it5
Great for your CompostVerified ReviewerBought two of these after seeing some in a video on YouTube and asking where they had got them from, i have been after these for ages for my gardening stuff like Compost, Coco Coir, Vermiculite and Perlite even some small seed pots, whatever you like to put in them. These are nice and thick, sturdy as well and a very handy lid which comes off easy enough to fill, as well there is the hinged part of the lid to get what is in there out. Nice and stackable as well and i will be buying some more soon.5
Great box but what about the lids?Verified ReviewerFab boxes for stacking and filling with recycling. I grabbed these in a rush, as family were at the checkout and I realised I had forgotten them, but it was only when I got home that I noticed the lids had a sticker on them indicating they were for the bigger 60l box, not the 37l. IKEA - is there actually any difference in the lids? Would be good to know so others don’t make the same mistake and if there isn’t then remove confusion by taking off the stickers!4
Great storage especially as theyVerified ReviewerGreat storage especially as they stack on top of each other5
Strong and stackableVerified ReviewerVery strong and sturdy. I have three of these and they stack well, very stable. I don't use to sort waste, I store camp and dog stuff in them, but don't tell anyone!5
Organised rubbish/recyclingVerified ReviewerPerfect for organising the general waste & got larger one for recycling. Even got a big one for the dog food which fits the whole 12kg bag in making it so much more organised & no mess5

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Sustainable life at home

One more way to recycle

Our SORTERA waste sorting bins are a great way to keep your paper, plastic and other recycling items organised. They’re designed to be modular and stackable so they can work with or without a shelving system.

SORTERA Waste sorting bin with lid, white, 60 l

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