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Recycle Right Bins / Educational Recycling Bins for Public Spaces

Recycle Right Bins
Recycle Right Bins

An educational recycling bin system designed for public spaces to reduce food and liquid contamination and increase recycling rates using a clean stream recycling model. The Recycle Right bin features an items display of concrete examples of common non-recyclables, a slide-able lid, and a transparent receptacle. It helps to build a positive social norm to recycle right with the right material and quality collected. It serves both the environment and public through an eco-positive system that enables awareness of clean recycling, education through a participative touchpoint.

University

National University of Singapore

National University of Singapore
NUS School of Design & Environment
Singapore, Singapore

Tommy Cheong,
National University of Singapore