Kitchen recycling bins
The solution for easy waste separation and cleanliness
Combined with a practical organisation system for the base cabinet, high-end waste systems provide the perfect complement to the BLANCO sink centre. They help to optimise daily recurrent tasks and to clear the kitchen worktop within seconds: Empty cans, glass containers or even food waste can be cleared away in the twinkling of an eye.
Thanks to the design and flexibility of our kitchen recycling bins waste separation can also easily be done according to the local municipality standards.
Easy to clean
The robust metal system cover can be pulled out completely and has a sloping edge to make it easier to clean. Waste falls easily into the bin because the edges of the frame and bin are angled slightly to the inside, and there are no gaps between the suspended bins. The edges of the two universal boxes and the horizontal box all slope to the inside and are suitable for dishwashers.
The drawer is perfectly integrated with no visible slides and is designed to match the waste system.
The optional drawer for units of 60 cm width offers flexible storage space.
Easy to reach
Optimum length means that all the bins are easy to reach even if the unit is not completely open.
Comfort in use
The optional BLANCO MOVEX foot control is designed for every front pull-out width.
How to choose the right kitchen recycling bin: In five steps to the perfect waste sorting system.
Choose a well thought-out waste sorting system for your kitchen and a practical organiser drawer for the base cabinet. BLANCO offers a wide range of possibilities for nearly every cabinet size. In order to support you in the planning phase, we have compiled the five most important steps to consider when choosing the right waste system for your kitchen.
1. Define the cabinet size
Modern waste and organisation systems offer options for all cabinet sizes. So, in the first step you should search for under the counter kitchen bins that fit your cabinet size that might be 45 cm, 50 cm, 60 cm, or more.
2. Note the restrictions
Once the width has been defined, the next step is to assess any structural restrictions. Is there a boiler, or is one being planned? Is there a waste fitting inside the cabinet and, if so, how much space does it take up?
3. Choose the opening mode
Now the opening mode must be decided. You can decide between:
- pull-out front or
- hinged door
- automatic or
4. Define the number of bins
The fourth step on the way to the perfect waste or waste sorting system is deciding on the number of bins. Depending on the choice of kitchen recycling system, most options can be covered from one to four waste bins.
5. Choose the extras
Finally, it is worth taking a look at the extras for additional user comfort. For example, the waste bin can be integrated in the worktop, the pull-out mechanism can be fast-operated, and you can opt for a particularly functional organiser drawer.