Effective kitchens need waste separation
There is a vast choice of waste bins for kitchens. And it’s just as well, as every household is different, so your waste separation system should be suitable for your kitchen. For ordinary residual waste and organic waste, you ideally want a space close to your sink, as this is when most of the remnants are produced, whether while preparing food or washing up. A waste separation system offers flexible bin divisions, so that you can gather valuable materials separately.
To ensure that your beautiful kitchen remains a place of well-being, the waste bin vanishes elegantly into a base cabinet behind the kitchen fronts. As such, it doesn’t matter whether you have hinged doors, front pull-outs or drawers in your kitchen, as there are different separation systems for every type of installation.
A waste bin for organic waste can even be planned to go beside the chopping board on the worktop. After all, anyone who cooks a lot at home can tell you a thing or two about how food waste can end up falling all over the kitchen floor. As such, it is better if cucumber peel and melon seeds have as short a distance as possible to travel to their collection container.