The theory that consumers will organize their trash by material into several different garbage cans is an ideal, but the Basketbin by Ding3000 makes the activity more realistic. Few people have the space and the patience to include a line of containers in their kitchens to divide up recyclables, compost and miscellaneous scraps, but this delightful design makes the sorting process compact and nearly effortless.
Available in either white or black and made by Konstantin Slawinski, the primary waste paper basket is modeled on the conventional form of such an object. Between the plastic vertical slats of the litter holder, a smaller canister can be found with a fitted lid. The Basketbin by Ding3000 allows you to throw recyclable products into the main compartment so that decomposing garbage can be dealt with more frequently and easily with the tiny detachable tin.
The Basketbin by Ding3000 Makes Sorting Scraps Simple
Amelia Roblin — July 28, 2011 — Eco
References: konstantinslawinski & behance.net