The Recycling Center - 3 Bin Recycling Tower

The Recycling Center - 3 Bin Recycling Tower

i'm looking for an effective, efficient way to keep my recyclables organized, out of the way, and ready to be put on the curb. this recycling tower seems to be the answer. it has three bins that tilt outward to use and empty. i like the tall design, since it takes up less space. a good way to start your own recycling program at home.

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