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Sort & Go Built In Bin 2 X 16 Litre – Dark Grey And Jade Green
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    Sort & Go Built In Bin 2 X 16 Litre – Dark Grey And Jade Green by
    Brabantia SA

    Double your waste separating power, without losing any floor space with the 2 x 16 litre Brabantia Sort & Go Recycle Built-in Bin. Made to hide in the cupboard, with a sturdy self-supporting mounting frame, fixings and a clear instruction manual - a fix for your waste organisation fuss. Extra handy: the bins fit in any cupboard, whether the doors open to the left or right. When they do, the bins come out - smooth! And of course they are easy to clean, take out and empty too. A strong duo!

    About Brabantia SA

    Chores are a part of life that we all have to do so you might as well ‘enjoy the doing’. That’s where Brabantia comes in. Bringing you innovative products, designed to make those daily tasks more enjoyable, beautiful and sustainable. The secret of our success? We delight our consumers by combining design and quality they can enjoy every day, for as long as they want.

    Brabantia has been around for a while, celebrating our 100th birthday in 2019. Founded in 1919 by a team of 15, it has since grown into an international brand employing over 1,000 people and trading in 90 countries around the world.

    We also love our planet as much as you do. That’s why we design recyclability into all our products, helping you to do your part for the planet too when you purchase from us. Like kitchen tools with double functions, waste bins designed for separating waste, drying racks and rotary dryers for natural drying, jars that prevent food waste and even smart ironing board covers for more effective ironing. On top of that, we support big and small initiatives that make the world more beautiful.


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