Waste separation with Brabantia
We teamed up with Brabantia to show you their new Bo Pedal Bin, which helps you reduce your impact on the planet and to manage your waste at home. As we were still looking for a bin in our kitchen, this Bo Pedal Bin is the perfect solution. And not only pretty, I choose the all black version to match our kitchen, but also perfect to separate our waste and to be aware of the benefits of recycling and separating your household waste.
If you are looking for a beautiful solution for waste separation you have to check out the new Bo Pedal Bin. It has both the looks and the tools for easy waste management at home. Available in eight colours and one, two or even three removable inner buckets for waste separation – it is up to you! With up to 3 inner buckets made from 100% recycled materials, Brabantia’s new Bo Pedal Bin is ideal for waste separation.
Bo is very space-efficient and perfectly fits against a wall or cabinet. We placed it against our kitchen, where it blends right in.
The Bo is conceived in The Netherlands and made with love and care in their factory in Belgium. It is the product of nearly 100 years of craftsmanship and the latest technology. And a living proof of our love for the planet; Bo Pedal Bin is made from 45% high-grade recycled materials and is Cradle-to-Cradle® Certified to bronze level. On top of that, for every Bo Pedal Bin sold, Brabantia donates to The Ocean Cleanup. We think it’s really great that we can help a bit ourself as well.
Made of high quality materials, Bo comes with 10 years of guarantee and service. Bo Touch Bin, the first Bo, was introduced in October of 2017. With its unique design, contemporary colours, and focus on sustainability, it is a new way of looking at waste separation.
The Bo Pedal Pin is available in stores from April 2018 and has a 10-year Brabantia guarantee.
*Cradle to Cradle Certified™ is a certification mark licensed by the Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute. The materials and manufacturing practices of each product are assessed in five categories: Material Health, Material Reutilisation, Renewable Energy & Carbon Management, Water Stewardship, and Social Fairness. The primary aim of Cradle to Cradle® design is to eliminate the concept of waste, and encourage products to be developed for closed-loop systems. There are 5 certification levels.