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Let's talk bins.

At BIN SHIFT, we believe waste separation, otherwise known as resource recovery, begins inside.


It’s so SIMPLE… just follow these 3 steps and very soon you will start to make a big difference to reduce waste to landfill.



When rubbish is in your hands, look for the right bin and start to fill it.



When your bin is getting full or collection day is looming, tip the contents into your outside bins or take the contents to a collection point.



Your bin comes back inside and is ready to be reused over and over and over and over again.


Everyone has unique waste needs.

We include customisation based on your organisation and your local council’s recycling guidelines, taking the confusion out of waste disposal.


Waste to landfill is unsustainable and polluting Australia. Valuable resources that should be recycled are being sent to Australian landfills everyday. Let's work together to reduce waste to landfill!


Your mixed recycle bin will include paper and cardboard containers, hard plastics, metals and glass. Remember to rinse your containers - our bins can handle the moisture. Empty this bin into your yellow bin for collection once a fortnight – easy peasy.


Your Dry Compost bin will include items such as tissues, paper towels, shredded paper, BioPak compostable containers and more. Our bins have no lids, that's why we recommend wet compost (i.e. food scraps) goes into a kitchen caddy.


Some organisations have special paper recycling services but if you don’t have this in place, you can simply recycle paper by popping it in your yellow recycling bins from your local council. Or, shred your paper and add it to your Dry Compost bin!


Many people don’t know that soft plastics can be recycled at participating Coles or Woolworths supermarket. Soft plastics include zip lock bags, food wrappers and shopping bags. It’s important to stop these items from ending up in landfill or in our oceans, so recycle them correctly by using your lovely Soft Plastics bin.


The 10c Deposit bin houses all of the cans, bottles and juice boxes that can be exchanged in South Australia for 10 cents per item. These resources have value - literally! Schools, workplaces and homes can save this money and use it for good.

Together we can make a difference