Reader Question: Stackable Recycling Bins

November 14, 2011 | By | Comments (1)

Today we got a question on our Facebook page from reader Rebecca about how to better set up a recycling system in her kitchen. Take a look at the space she’s working with:

Space in need of a recycling system

Like Rebecca, I have a small amount of space to use for a trash/recycling set up in my kitchen. I chose to go with a stacking bin system from Ikea that was originally designed for toys, but works perfectly from keeping my plastics, aluminum, and paper separated.

I bought the TROFAST frame and three storage bins to set next to my refrigerator.

TROFAST frame from IkeaTrofast Storage Bin from Ikea

I got the whole set up for less than $65, and it has lasted me several years and a couple of apartments.

You can find several other stackable recycling systems on the market as well, here are a few to check out:

2-Bin Recycler from The Container Store

2-Bin Pivoting Recycler from The Container Store

Clear Stackable Recycling Bins from Stacks and Stacks

Set of 4 Recycling Bags from Bed Bath & Beyond

How do you keep your recycling organized in your kitchen?

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