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Tempat Sampah Modern

Posted by Andry Endang pada 11 Juni 2009

Bin Bin Wastebasket

designed by john brauer for essey of denmark, the bin bin wastebasket looks exactly like the contents it is designed to contain, crushed paper. each bin is constructed of hard polyethylene and shaped to resemble a piece of crumpled paper, representing a brilliant marriage of form and function. available in black, bright red, brown or white.

dimensions: 13.2″dia x 13.2″h.

Barcode Recycle Station

Lets face it. We all should be recycling. What used to be simple; “metal goes here, paper goes there, and plastic goes in over there,” is now a bit more complicated. For example did you know not all plastics and metals can be recycled? If you look for the recycling symbol on most packaging, it’s often filled with a number value. They denote what can and can’t be recycled. That’s where the Barcode Trashcan comes in. It makes being “green” a lot easier.

There’s one bin for each type of recyclable material. Just swipe the item in question over the top and the bin that opens is your winner. Easy breezy covergirl for real!


dustbin could be seald with a ordinary magazine, resp. serves as support for reading. useful for people who like to read on the toilet.

Ovetto Recycling Bin

Taking the idea of recycling to its logical conclusion, Italian architect, designer and art director Gianluca Soldi presented the Ovetto Recycling Bin, a recycled recycling center, last week at the London Design Festival. Made from recycled polypropylene (the same material used in ropes and carpeting), the bin offers three separate receptacles to make recycling easier and more organized while taking it a stylish step up from those standard blue bins.

Named after the Italian word for ‘egg’, Ovetto takes on a natural shape and is available in several bright color options. Appliqué stickers come with each bin for easy identification of the compartments.

Designer Gianluca has a doctorate in Interior Design and specializes in bio-architecture and sacred art. Along with the Ovetto recycling center, he recently designed a hand-cranked composting bin. The annual London Design Festival showcased “All things Design” from September 13th through the 23rd.

Fabriano Waste Paper Basket

Designed by Riccardo Nannini + Domenico Orefice + Emanuele Pizzolorusso.

Fabriano is a basket made entirely of recycled paper. The thin layers consist of 50 disposable bags and when the bin is full you just have to extract the bag and throw it away, the layer beneath is ready to collect more paper. The shape of a “muffin cup” is easy to produce and allows to obtain the shape of a classic office bin, as well as it gives a personality to it.

Tri3 Trash Can

Left pedal opens the top can. This can is for general discarding. Middle pedal makes the second can rotate around a decentered axe. This can is for packaging, plastic etc. Right pedal makes the last can move towards the user. The last can is for glass discarding.

Top Hat Trash Can

The top hat was once a symbol of status but for me it looks much better as a trash can!

We also know the top hat as part of those old school magician shows.

Unfortunately this top hat is not a magical item and you probably won´t take a white rabbit from it…

Although, it will make your trash disappear!

By the way, “Cartola” means top hat in Portuguese…You probably guessed it already, I suppose.

We´re going to produce it here in South America, but the production license is still avalailable for the rest of the world.


It seems like those words just don’t belong together. When can anything that holds trash be elegant? Well, when Li Jianye designs one it can. Let me introduce you to my new friend Flexibin. This little Flexibin was designed for someone like me, who has a pile of plastic grocery store bags piled up in a box in the Laundry room. Now, those pesky little plastic bags can be put to good use with Flexibin. With its flexible wire frame, the bin can hold any size plastic bag, thus transforming itself into and elegant and very functional waste bin. Ok Li Jianye, let me know when they are available – I need one for each room in my house.

Star Wars R2-D2 Trash Can

Trash is just not that cool. Not only can it be dirty and odorous but it’s simply low-tech and boring. At least that’s what we used to think… until we saw this amazing R2-D2 Trashcan and learned to love trash. This stylish trash receptacle is imported from Japan and is an incredibly detailed replica of R2-D2. Step on R2’s center “foot” and his dome swings wide to collect your expired TPS reports and leftover wookie dung. In fact here at the ThinkGeek rebel base we’ve been generating extra waste just for the pleasure of disposing it inside our favorite droid. Everything was going great until we emptied the trash and accidentally discarded some Death Star plans… then the Rebel Massassi Outpost on the fourth moon of Yavin got destroyed and things just went downhill from there.

Click Hybrid Trash Bin

Smile Please! Shoot, It’s A Trashcan!

Dining at self-service has one major flaw, cleaning up your mess after you’re through with the meal. Inevitably the trashcan (front loading types seen in fastfoods) is ALWAYS full, or you spill the tray contents while shoving in the mess. Grrr! I hate it! And while I’m trashing trashcan designs, let me also tell you that only a bottle of Purell makes me want to touch those lidded thingies. On the flip side, something like this Click Hybrid Trashcan will make me want to use it pronto.

Using the aperture/iris action of a camera as inspiration, Click features a button that allows you to open the mouth of the bin to an appropriate size, so as to dispose the waste. Small opening for small trash like cans and bottles, big hole for big items!

Easy Trash Bin

This wooden peg-based trash can comes from Hommin, created by designer Hung Ming Chen. Simply cool.

Growing Bin

Those waste paper baskets seem like their big enough but they’re never big enough! It would be easier to get a bigger one but they’re small for a reason – they usually sit in tight spaces. The Growing Bin by Young-min Heo has an adjustable set of concentric rings that expand vertically to accommodate more trash. Eventually you’ll run out of rings too so quit being lazy and empty the trash bin already!

Coca-Cola Refresh Recycling Bin

Coca-Cola and fuseproject developed a company wide strategy for sustainability. As a part of this wider effort, recycling containers were developed to provide easy deployment, sustainable materials and efficient shipment. The Coca-Cola Refresh Recycling Bin is a new twist on the traditional recycling container. Made entirely from post-consumer recycled PET soda and water bottles, the bin is unique because it not only encourages people to recycle, it also showcases the exceptional design potential of recycled plastic. It is designed for placement in high traffic areas and events to encourage recycling where programs are currently lacking.


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  1. codycook2 said

    Aku tahu tempat sampah barcode.
    Nah, jika Anda berjalan-jalan di negara yang sangat gencar dalam menyuarakan green peace, maka kemungkinan akan menemukan jenis keranjang sampah model barcode. Keranjang ini hanya akan membuka setelah barcode pada sampah terdeteksi. Keranjang yang terdiri dari empat wadah ini kemudian akan membuka sesuai dengan kode barcode yang terbaca. Apabila barcode yang terbaca adalah kaleng, maka keranjang khusus kaleng akan terbuka otomatis.
    Adanya cara pemilihan ‘ketat’ dalam jenis tempat pembuangan ini memang dimaksudkan agar proses penguaraian sampah yang ramah lingkungan benar-benar dapat diwujudkan. Keranjang sampah satu ini juga mencegah terjadinya sisipan benda kotor yang tidak sesuai dan berisiko menghambat proses daur ulangnya.

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