NZ company makes beautiful office recycling bins
Method takes its beautiful office recycling bins and philosophy of ‘Open Plan Recycling’ to the world with the launch of its new website.
With 2018’s World Environment Day themed on beating plastic pollution, there’s never been a better time for workplaces to recycle better. Method’s co-founders Steven and India Korner spent three years mastering Method’s award-winning products and recyclable packaging – holding focus groups, preparing prototypes and even assisting cleaners on night shifts.
All of this hard work paid off, resulting in the colour-coded and ultimately behaviour-changing Method 60-litre office recycling bins that connect together to form adaptable recycling stations.
Custom waste streams can be designed to suit the way the world is changing. Soft plastics has become a favourite in New Zealand, helping plastic bags be recycled in a beautiful way.
“We believe that using products like Method bins help us make the world a better place,” says Shamal Singh, global office architect at Canva.
In Australasia, Method has been the long-term sustainability solution for Wellington Airport, Xero, University of Melbourne, BNZ, Sydney Cricket Ground and KeepCup, and has supplied the offices of the world’s most innovative sustainable automobile company.
In 2018 Method expanded with its biggest North American order to date, implementing one thousand recycling bins in a thought-leading facility in New York City. In June 2018 Method will be launching into the UK, having previously worked with both Virgin UK and a prestigious London architecture firm.
With Method’s philosophy of ‘Open Plan Recycling’, recycling becomes part of the furniture – visibly out in the open, beautiful and considered. The world’s most influential businesses are diverting more waste from landfill with Method.
Method’s bins, accessories and liners can now be purchased online anywhere in the world. For more information or to view the Method range of recycling bins, visit methodrecycling.com.
Images courtesy of Method.