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It's easy to do your bit for the environment with these 3 recycle bins. Do away with the plastic bags or piling things up to take them out to the wheelie bin - this set helps you organise your rubbish… Read More
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It's easy to do your bit for the environment with these 3 recycle bins. Do away with the plastic bags or piling things up to take them out to the wheelie bin - this set helps you organise your rubbish in no time with a different colour for each type of waste. Each compartment has a 25L capacity and an easy lift top lid.
Made from: polypropylene.
Size H47.4, W78.5, D32, .
25 litre capacity.
Lift top .
Removable lid.
EAN: 8009404182550.
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4 Likes #1
They are not separable so how do you empty them individually into the correct bin outside without making a mess?
#2
P13ULC
They are not separable so how do you empty them individually into the correct bin outside without making a mess?


Bin liners!
5 Likes #3
P13ULC
They are not separable so how do you empty them individually into the correct bin outside without making a mess?


Thats a design flaw about right. How does anyone think this is a good design. They could design them to attach to each other but still lift apart.
#4
andyatcorco
P13ULC
They are not separable so how do you empty them individually into the correct bin outside without making a mess?


Thats a design flaw about right. How does anyone think this is a good design. They could design them to attach to each other but still lift apart.


As boothy already said.
Bin liners
1 Like #5
good find op, heat added
2 Likes #6
prash_2k
andyatcorco
P13ULC
They are not separable so how do you empty them individually into the correct bin outside without making a mess?


Thats a design flaw about right. How does anyone think this is a good design. They could design them to attach to each other but still lift apart.


As boothy already said.
Bin liners


so how easy to clean will be if one the liners breaks inside?
2 Likes #7
Good idea but .... recycling now use those wierd material square bags here now for each recycling material and not plastic bags anymore, so using bin liners would now defeat the object? And granted would be more of a hassle to have to take the liner out and empty into the recycling bags!?
1 Like #8
prash_2k
andyatcorco
P13ULC
They are not separable so how do you empty them individually into the correct bin outside without making a mess?
Thats a design flaw about right. How does anyone think this is a good design. They could design them to attach to each other but still lift apart.
As boothy already said.
Bin liners
my recycling bin doesn't get emptied if there's a plastic bag in view..

so you'd have to remove the liner from this, then empty that in to the recycling bin and then put the liner in another bin / put it back in this
3 Likes #9
marianhorti
prash_2k
andyatcorco
P13ULC
They are not separable so how do you empty them individually into the correct bin outside without making a mess?
Thats a design flaw about right. How does anyone think this is a good design. They could design them to attach to each other but still lift apart.
As boothy already said.
Bin liners
so how easy to clean will be if one the liners breaks inside?

easier than if there was no bin liner at all.
1 Like #10
dataload
prash_2k
andyatcorco
P13ULC
They are not separable so how do you empty them individually into the correct bin outside without making a mess?
Thats a design flaw about right. How does anyone think this is a good design. They could design them to attach to each other but still lift apart.
As boothy already said.
Bin liners
my recycling bin doesn't get emptied if there's a plastic bag in view..

so you'd have to remove the liner from this, then empty that in to the recycling bin and then put the liner in another bin / put it back in this


oO ahhhhh waaaaaaa! I have to throw out my own rubbish and organise it. Waaaaaa!

Stop being a baby. Your a grown adult. If u create the waste do the same thing every other responsible tax paying adult does. Dispose of it properly.

You have running hot and fresh cold water right out the tap!
You have electricity and internet anytime u want it.

Some people don't even have food. Let alone the plastic rubbish wrapped around a cauliflower.
3 Likes #11
Redeye Received... Reinvented Ridiculous Recycling Rules.... Rubbish Reluctantly Removed oO
#12
Our council has just one bin for all plastic/paper/metal recycling, so a carrier bag - 10p bag which can be replaced when it gets too tatty - works well for me!
2 Likes #13
prash_2k
andyatcorco
P13ULC
They are not separable so how do you empty them individually into the correct bin outside without making a mess?


Thats a design flaw about right. How does anyone think this is a good design. They could design them to attach to each other but still lift apart.


As boothy already said.
Bin liners


If you read the description in Argos. It's suggested that this setup does not required bin liners. It's for recycling which is good for the environment so the use of bin liners is a counter productive move. Anyway, simply it's not the best of designs in mine and many others options. I'm sure others will find it a useful asset.

Edited By: andyatcorco on Mar 03, 2017 09:22: spelling
3 Likes #14
prash_2k
dataload
prash_2k
andyatcorco
P13ULC
They are not separable so how do you empty them individually into the correct bin outside without making a mess?
Thats a design flaw about right. How does anyone think this is a good design. They could design them to attach to each other but still lift apart.
As boothy already said.
Bin liners
my recycling bin doesn't get emptied if there's a plastic bag in view..
so you'd have to remove the liner from this, then empty that in to the recycling bin and then put the liner in another bin / put it back in this
oO ahhhhh waaaaaaa! I have to throw out my own rubbish and organise it. Waaaaaa!
Stop being a baby. Your a grown adult. If u create the waste do the same thing every other responsible tax paying adult does. Dispose of it properly.
You have running hot and fresh cold water right out the tap!
You have electricity and internet anytime u want it.
Some people don't even have food. Let alone the plastic rubbish wrapped around a cauliflower.
What a ridiculous response.
11 Likes #15
prash_2k
dataload
prash_2k
andyatcorco
P13ULC
They are not separable so how do you empty them individually into the correct bin outside without making a mess?
Thats a design flaw about right. How does anyone think this is a good design. They could design them to attach to each other but still lift apart.
As boothy already said.
Bin liners
my recycling bin doesn't get emptied if there's a plastic bag in view..
so you'd have to remove the liner from this, then empty that in to the recycling bin and then put the liner in another bin / put it back in this
oO ahhhhh waaaaaaa! I have to throw out my own rubbish and organise it. Waaaaaa!
Stop being a baby. Your a grown adult. If u create the waste do the same thing every other responsible tax paying adult does. Dispose of it properly.
You have running hot and fresh cold water right out the tap!
You have electricity and internet anytime u want it.
Some people don't even have food. Let alone the plastic rubbish wrapped around a cauliflower.
yes I am a grown adult and one which knows the difference between "your" and "you're" cough cough

what part of my post makes you think I don't recycle? I have two blue recycle wheelie bins, one of which I paid for

my point was that this is a daft design for recycling bins, I don't require a liner as I actually wash my tins before recycling them (because I'm good at recycling)

this wouldn't make life easier due to the design, if you could lift up and empty the individual bins it would be ideal but as this is, it's not practical

wont even bother to respond to the rest of your reply, as we can all clearly see I'd be wasting my time, time which could be spent recycling
#16
Good price - not exactly what I need, but good post anyway - heat.
1 Like #17
dataload
prash_2k
dataload
prash_2k
andyatcorco
P13ULC
They are not separable so how do you empty them individually into the correct bin outside without making a mess?
Thats a design flaw about right. How does anyone think this is a good design. They could design them to attach to each other but still lift apart.
As boothy already said.
Bin liners
my recycling bin doesn't get emptied if there's a plastic bag in view..
so you'd have to remove the liner from this, then empty that in to the recycling bin and then put the liner in another bin / put it back in this
oO ahhhhh waaaaaaa! I have to throw out my own rubbish and organise it. Waaaaaa!
Stop being a baby. Your a grown adult. If u create the waste do the same thing every other responsible tax paying adult does. Dispose of it properly.
You have running hot and fresh cold water right out the tap!
You have electricity and internet anytime u want it.
Some people don't even have food. Let alone the plastic rubbish wrapped around a cauliflower.
yes I am a grown adult and one which knows the difference between "your" and "you're" cough cough
what part of my post makes you think I don't recycle? I have two blue recycle wheelie bins, one of which I paid for
my point was that this is a daft design for recycling bins, I don't require a liner as I actually wash my tins before recycling them (because I'm good at recycling)
this wouldn't make life easier due to the design, if you could lift up and empty the individual bins it would be ideal but as this is, it's not practical
wont even bother to respond to the rest of your reply, as we can all clearly see I'd be wasting my time, time which could be spent recycling

Exactly.. clean your recycling properly and there's no need for a bag whatsoever. I just lift up the kitchen recycling bin and pour it into our main recycling bin. So I agree, this design is less than ideal for many. Whether you're a grown adult or not..

p.s. still a good price though :)



Edited By: Tuscan915 on Mar 03, 2017 11:48
3 Likes #18
dataload
prash_2k
dataload
prash_2k
andyatcorco
P13ULC
They are not separable so how do you empty them individually into the correct bin outside without making a mess?
Thats a design flaw about right. How does anyone think this is a good design. They could design them to attach to each other but still lift apart.
As boothy already said.
Bin liners
my recycling bin doesn't get emptied if there's a plastic bag in view..
so you'd have to remove the liner from this, then empty that in to the recycling bin and then put the liner in another bin / put it back in this
oO ahhhhh waaaaaaa! I have to throw out my own rubbish and organise it. Waaaaaa!
Stop being a baby. Your a grown adult. If u create the waste do the same thing every other responsible tax paying adult does. Dispose of it properly.
You have running hot and fresh cold water right out the tap!
You have electricity and internet anytime u want it.
Some people don't even have food. Let alone the plastic rubbish wrapped around a cauliflower.
yes I am a grown adult and one which knows the difference between "your" and "you're" cough cough

what part of my post makes you think I don't recycle? I have two blue recycle wheelie bins, one of which I paid for

my point was that this is a daft design for recycling bins, I don't require a liner as I actually wash my tins before recycling them (because I'm good at recycling)

this wouldn't make life easier due to the design, if you could lift up and empty the individual bins it would be ideal but as this is, it's not practical

wont even bother to respond to the rest of your reply, as we can all clearly see I'd be wasting my time, time which could be spent recycling


You might be an adult who is good at nit picking grammatical errors. Let's point out some of your flaws and see how smart you really are.

- No use of full stops throughout your post
- No use of capital letters
- Incorrect and inconstant use of paragraphs
- You decided to use commas, but then you must have thought full stops and capital letters aren't needed anymore. Hmmm did the Queen tell you this is the correct way to write in English...?

You asked "what part of my post makes you think I don't recycle?"

Please point out where I stated in my post that you don't recycle...?
You can't, because I didn't. You assumed and made an ass of yourself.

My point was and still is that you sir are a complaining baby, who is complaining about the bins liners. Op has posted a valid product which will be helpful to many.

The fact that you have an issue with bin liners is irrelevant.

As for Tuscan
The amount of fresh water you will waste cleaning your bins will far outway the environmental cost of using a bin liner.
Bin liners can help your bin last for 2-4 weeks without washing. Saving water.
1 Like #19
prash_2k
dataload
prash_2k
dataload
prash_2k
andyatcorco
P13ULC
They are not separable so how do you empty them individually into the correct bin outside without making a mess?
Thats a design flaw about right. How does anyone think this is a good design. They could design them to attach to each other but still lift apart.
As boothy already said.
Bin liners
my recycling bin doesn't get emptied if there's a plastic bag in view..
so you'd have to remove the liner from this, then empty that in to the recycling bin and then put the liner in another bin / put it back in this
oO ahhhhh waaaaaaa! I have to throw out my own rubbish and organise it. Waaaaaa!
Stop being a baby. Your a grown adult. If u create the waste do the same thing every other responsible tax paying adult does. Dispose of it properly.
You have running hot and fresh cold water right out the tap!
You have electricity and internet anytime u want it.
Some people don't even have food. Let alone the plastic rubbish wrapped around a cauliflower.
yes I am a grown adult and one which knows the difference between "your" and "you're" cough cough
what part of my post makes you think I don't recycle? I have two blue recycle wheelie bins, one of which I paid for
my point was that this is a daft design for recycling bins, I don't require a liner as I actually wash my tins before recycling them (because I'm good at recycling)
this wouldn't make life easier due to the design, if you could lift up and empty the individual bins it would be ideal but as this is, it's not practical
wont even bother to respond to the rest of your reply, as we can all clearly see I'd be wasting my time, time which could be spent recycling
You might be an adult who is good at nit picking grammatical errors. Let's point out some of your flaws and see how smart you really are.
- No use of full stops throughout your post
- No use of capital letters
- Incorrect and inconstant use of paragraphs
- You decided to use commas, but then you must have thought full stops and capital letters aren't needed anymore. Hmmm did the Queen tell you this is the correct way to write in English...?
You asked "what part of my post makes you think I don't recycle?"
Please point out where I stated in my post that you don't recycle...?
You can't, because I didn't. You assumed and made an ass of yourself.
My point was and still is that you sir are a complaining baby, who is complaining about the bins liners. Op has posted a valid product which will be helpful to many.
The fact that you have an issue with bin liners is irrelevant.
As for Tuscan
The amount of fresh water you will waste cleaning your bins will far outway the environmental cost of using a bin liner.
Bin liners can help your bin last for 2-4 weeks without washing. Saving water.
TLDR
#20
Amazon have a set of three that are seprate for 19.65 surely they would be a better option
1 Like #21
I think the government should supply them just saying.we pay enough council tax.
1 Like #22
Given the nonsense of Argos' inflated catalogue prices this isn't much of a reduction really.
#23
Nothing like a recycling themed post to get people aerated 8)
#24
You could just buy individual bins. I have one for General waste and one for recycling. Easy to sort out when they go in either blue or brown bins for collection.
#25
dataload
prash_2k
dataload
prash_2k
andyatcorco
P13ULC
They are not separable so how do you empty them individually into the correct bin outside without making a mess?
Thats a design flaw about right. How does anyone think this is a good design. They could design them to attach to each other but still lift apart.
As boothy already said.
Bin liners
my recycling bin doesn't get emptied if there's a plastic bag in view..
so you'd have to remove the liner from this, then empty that in to the recycling bin and then put the liner in another bin / put it back in this
oO ahhhhh waaaaaaa! I have to throw out my own rubbish and organise it. Waaaaaa!
Stop being a baby. Your a grown adult. If u create the waste do the same thing every other responsible tax paying adult does. Dispose of it properly.
You have running hot and fresh cold water right out the tap!
You have electricity and internet anytime u want it.
Some people don't even have food. Let alone the plastic rubbish wrapped around a cauliflower.
yes I am a grown adult and one which knows the difference between "your" and "you're" cough cough
what part of my post makes you think I don't recycle? I have two blue recycle wheelie bins, one of which I paid for
my point was that this is a daft design for recycling bins, I don't require a liner as I actually wash my tins before recycling them (because I'm good at recycling)
this wouldn't make life easier due to the design, if you could lift up and empty the individual bins it would be ideal but as this is, it's not practical
wont even bother to respond to the rest of your reply, as we can all clearly see I'd be wasting my time, time which could be spent recycling

Do not feed the troll unless it eats garbage
1 Like #26
prash_2k
dataload
prash_2k
andyatcorco
P13ULC
They are not separable so how do you empty them individually into the correct bin outside without making a mess?
Thats a design flaw about right. How does anyone think this is a good design. They could design them to attach to each other but still lift apart.
As boothy already said.
Bin liners
my recycling bin doesn't get emptied if there's a plastic bag in view..
so you'd have to remove the liner from this, then empty that in to the recycling bin and then put the liner in another bin / put it back in this
oO ahhhhh waaaaaaa! I have to throw out my own rubbish and organise it. Waaaaaa!
Stop being a baby. Your a grown adult. If u create the waste do the same thing every other responsible tax paying adult does. Dispose of it properly.
You have running hot and fresh cold water right out the tap!
You have electricity and internet anytime u want it.
Some people don't even have food. Let alone the plastic rubbish wrapped around a cauliflower.

I read this post and decided it was the biggest pile of steaming compost I'd seen on here for many a year. Then binned it off.
1 Like #27
prash_2k
dataload
prash_2k
dataload
prash_2k
andyatcorco
P13ULC
They are not separable so how do you empty them individually into the correct bin outside without making a mess?
Thats a design flaw about right. How does anyone think this is a good design. They could design them to attach to each other but still lift apart.
As boothy already said.
Bin liners
my recycling bin doesn't get emptied if there's a plastic bag in view..
so you'd have to remove the liner from this, then empty that in to the recycling bin and then put the liner in another bin / put it back in this
oO ahhhhh waaaaaaa! I have to throw out my own rubbish and organise it. Waaaaaa!
Stop being a baby. Your a grown adult. If u create the waste do the same thing every other responsible tax paying adult does. Dispose of it properly.
You have running hot and fresh cold water right out the tap!
You have electricity and internet anytime u want it.
Some people don't even have food. Let alone the plastic rubbish wrapped around a cauliflower.
yes I am a grown adult and one which knows the difference between "your" and "you're" cough cough
what part of my post makes you think I don't recycle? I have two blue recycle wheelie bins, one of which I paid for
my point was that this is a daft design for recycling bins, I don't require a liner as I actually wash my tins before recycling them (because I'm good at recycling)
this wouldn't make life easier due to the design, if you could lift up and empty the individual bins it would be ideal but as this is, it's not practical
wont even bother to respond to the rest of your reply, as we can all clearly see I'd be wasting my time, time which could be spent recycling
You might be an adult who is good at nit picking grammatical errors. Let's point out some of your flaws and see how smart you really are.
- No use of full stops throughout your post
- No use of capital letters
- Incorrect and inconstant use of paragraphs
- You decided to use commas, but then you must have thought full stops and capital letters aren't needed anymore. Hmmm did the Queen tell you this is the correct way to write in English...?
You asked "what part of my post makes you think I don't recycle?"
Please point out where I stated in my post that you don't recycle...?
You can't, because I didn't. You assumed and made an ass of yourself.
My point was and still is that you sir are a complaining baby, who is complaining about the bins liners. Op has posted a valid product which will be helpful to many.
The fact that you have an issue with bin liners is irrelevant.
As for Tuscan
The amount of fresh water you will waste cleaning your bins will far outway the environmental cost of using a bin liner.
Bin liners can help your bin last for 2-4 weeks without washing. Saving water.
You really don't mind making yourself look silly do you.
#28
andyatcorco
prash_2k
andyatcorco
P13ULC
They are not separable so how do you empty them individually into the correct bin outside without making a mess?
Thats a design flaw about right. How does anyone think this is a good design. They could design them to attach to each other but still lift apart.
As boothy already said.
Bin liners
If you read the description in Argos. It's suggested that this setup does not required bin liners. It's for recycling which is good for the environment so the use of bin liners is a counter productive move. Anyway, simply it's not the best of designs in mine and many others options. I'm sure others will find it a useful asset.
It's very VERY simple! You empty the Bin Liners into ur corresponding Recycling Wheelie Bins outside, then the Council collects said recyclable items on a weekly/fortnightly/3weekly/monthly rotation.
T'is the way of the world and will be for generations to come, unless we all become useless, shallow, moaning windbags, such as yourself!
:{
I mean, it ain't rockets, is it?

Edited By: truffle6969 on Mar 03, 2017 16:53
2 Likes #29
truffle6969
andyatcorco
prash_2k
andyatcorco
P13ULC
They are not separable so how do you empty them individually into the correct bin outside without making a mess?
Thats a design flaw about right. How does anyone think this is a good design. They could design them to attach to each other but still lift apart.
As boothy already said.
Bin liners
If you read the description in Argos. It's suggested that this setup does not required bin liners. It's for recycling which is good for the environment so the use of bin liners is a counter productive move. Anyway, simply it's not the best of designs in mine and many others options. I'm sure others will find it a useful asset.
It's very VERY simple! You empty the Bin Liners into ur corresponding Recycling Wheelie Bins outside, then the Council collects said recyclable items on a weekly/fortnightly/3weekly/monthly rotation.
T'is the way of the world and will be for generations to come, unless we all become useless, shallow, moaning windbags, such as yourself!:{
I mean, it ain't rockets, is it?
As has been said, that would be a hopeless system. A total waste of binbags and effort. This item is not fit for purpose and anyone with any common sense would see it immediately.
#30
I have similar but with 2 bins, I re-use bag for life bags which last a while, one for paper, one for glass/tin/plastic, the mini bin black bags always tear with cardboard etc when removing them. Problem with this design with 3 bins is that to clean the bin in a sink etc would be awkward due to size, so probably better with individual bins.



Edited By: ecnirp98 on Mar 03, 2017 18:11
#31
ecnirp98
I have similar but with 2 bins, I re-use bag for life bags which last a while, one for paper, one for glass/tin/plastic, the mini bin black bags always tear with cardboard etc when removing them. Problem with this design with 3 bins is that to clean the bin in a sink etc would be awkward due to size, so probably better with individual bins.
Well done my love, what you're saying is these are useless
#32
truffle6969
andyatcorco
prash_2k
andyatcorco
P13ULC
They are not separable so how do you empty them individually into the correct bin outside without making a mess?
Thats a design flaw about right. How does anyone think this is a good design. They could design them to attach to each other but still lift apart.
As boothy already said.
Bin liners
If you read the description in Argos. It's suggested that this setup does not required bin liners. It's for recycling which is good for the environment so the use of bin liners is a counter productive move. Anyway, simply it's not the best of designs in mine and many others options. I'm sure others will find it a useful asset.
It's very VERY simple! You empty the Bin Liners into ur corresponding Recycling Wheelie Bins outside, then the Council collects said recyclable items on a weekly/fortnightly/3weekly/monthly rotation.
T'is the way of the world and will be for generations to come, unless we all become useless, shallow, moaning windbags, such as yourself!
:{
I mean, it ain't rockets, is it?


Wasn't rude to anyone on here. just stating my opion which is as valid as anyone's and making people think of pros and cons before deciding to part with their cash. Still think that most people would prefer a system without bin liners which would be visible at the top. Sorry that my opinion makes someone else fell strongly enough to label me as a shallow, moaning windbag(not over the top at all).Well I'll keep my options of others to myself as that might actually be something a moaning windbag would not do.
#33
OK guys, keep a lid on it.

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