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With our RATIONELL waste sorting system, you can separate your recyclables right away in your kitchen. Simply open your cabinets or drawers and toss in scraps as you work. The bins are easy to lift and carry, and lids lock in odors.

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from Country Living

8 Sneaky Ways to Hide an Ugly Trash Can

Simply drop your bin into a wicker hamper for a vessel that adds a bit more style in your kitchen.

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from This Old House

Read This Before You Remodel a Kitchen

The Right way to Handle Waste: Hide it in a rollout base cabinet within one step of the sink, or no more than two steps away if it's in an opposing island;  Place an additional recycling bin on the rollout, or multiple bins on a second unit near the exterior door if your municipality requires sorting; Use slim cans that require frequent emptying, to keep odors at bay and prevent back strain from hefting too-big bags.

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from Better Homes and Gardens

Kitchen Cabinets that Store More

An absolute dream of mine when kitche is remodeled (lol)- tucked away, slide out garbage and recycle!

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from Makely

How to Build a Pull Out Trash and Recycling Bin

How to build a pull out trash and recycling bin - such a lifesaver in the kitchen! Via MakelyHome.com

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from Polished Habitat

Recycle in Style {Organized Kitchen

Recycle in Style: Recycling bins don't have to be ugly and utilitarian. You can be enviromental friendly AND stylish at the same time with pretty, organizing recycling bins like these!

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from Country Living

8 Sneaky Ways to Hide an Ugly Trash Can

Fun bright labels, a lovely tray, and a vintage-style litter bin seriously minimize the unsightly stack's utilitarian look.

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