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Totem Kitchen Bin

The Totem Kitchen Bin by Joseph Joseph, is an award winning food waste and recycling unit. You will no longer need three separate waste containers for garbage, recycling and food waste, the Totem comes with compartments for recycling, food waste, general trash, and storage for household items. The attractive unit features a vertical design for space saving, and includes a finger-proof stainless steel body with an easy touch-open lid, a built-in odor filter inside the lid to prevent garbage smells, an ergonomic rear handle and rubber wheels for easy maneuvering, and a food waste caddy and recycling department. watch the video below

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