According to Mode, an estimated 75% of household trash can be recycled. Although each city varies slightly in how they deal with waste, there are sure-fire options you can take within the confines of your own home to make sure you're keeping ahead of the game. The Premium All-In-One Recycling Center by Mode eliminates the headache of sorting and storing with a patent-pending compaction system that gets us up to speed with the green movement one bottle, can, or newspaper at a time.
Clutter Be Gone! The Premium All-In-One Recycling Center. Designed by Mode.
The Premium All-In-One Recycling Center by Mode is the Trash Bin of the 21st Century
In a high gloss black finish or stainless steel, the Premium All-In-One Recycling Center looks gorgeous next to your updated appliances in your kitchen while it keeps the mess of piling paper bags full of empty containers in the past. With its very own junk mail slot and a recycling-day programmable digital alert to make sure you take out the trash, this innovative product by Mode is sleek in appearance and wonderfully efficient. Although it measures in at 30"H x 15"W x 17"D, this little guy can cram in up to three times more than a regular recycling bin, crushing aluminum cans and plastic bottles of up to 2 liters easily.
Its trash bin can hold up to 8 gallons and the glass, metal, and plastic bin capacity is 5 gallons, bringing the total amount of materials it can hold up to 13 gallons. Depending upon which of the three options you desire, the units weigh between 36 and 40 pounds. The heavy duty version of this Premium All-In-One Recycling Center has a stainless steel front panel and an Eco-Track System ($299.99). Two other versions vary slightly - since they each have high-gloss black front panels - but one comes with the Eco-Track System ($279.99) while the other is a compaction system without tracking system ($249.99).
Recycling cannot be emphasized enough in our 21st century, and honestly, Mode says it best. "We don't believe that you don’t have to change the way you live to change the world you live in. Change your Mode."