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The Ingrid Njono 'Neo' Makes Waste Separation Easier

 - Feb 12, 2010
References: behance.net & thedesignblog.org
Although we are making leaps and bounds when it comes to recycling, cities are still trying to tweak the system, making it easier for both us and for the garbage workers; coming to their aid, designers are conceptualizing different ways to do just that—take the Ingrid Njono ‘Neo’ as an example.

A modern recycling/trash bin, the Ingrid Njono ‘Neo’ design separates waste into four categories: trash, electronics, compost and recycle. Hoping that this will make the separation duty easier when it reaches garbage mills, it should also help the public dispose waste responsibly.