Refuse bag holder — Pop-up waste bin in recycled plastic

Sustainable bag holder for refuse bags made from 100% recycled plastic. Can be used with 100 litre standard refuse bags.

A space-saving, lightweight and versatile bag holder with many useful purposes. A refuse bag stand that can be used anywhere, and the bag holder can be easily set up, removed and transported. Ideal for deposit bottles, garden waste, on campsites, at festivals or workshops, for example.

The bag holder stabilises and firmly holds the refuse bag in place putting an end to all the hassle and problems of half-empty and collapsed bags. Keeps the bag open and makes it easier to fill. Once the bag is full, the bag holder itself is simply pulled up. Easy to transport and unfold/fold up and can be used again and again.

The perfect holder for refuse bags. Can be labelled with our 15×15cm stickers, which can also be ordered from our shop.

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Print your logo

Your logo can be printed on bag holders when ordering min. 100 stickers. Contact us by calling (+45) 81 45 00 10.

Waste sorting is good for the environment

Sorting our waste by using bins and containers makes really good sense.

In fact, our waste contains many different good things, and when we sort it using sorting bins and bag stands, the materials reclaimed can be recycled over and over again.

If we don’t sort our waste — for example, by using a holder for refuse bags — and just mix it all together, it all goes to incineration which means that valuable materials literally go up in smoke. That’s why it’s good to sort waste and there are many environmental benefits from doing so. The more we recycle, the more we cut CO2 emissions and air pollution with hazardous particles and thus less contamination of the environment.

Did you know that if everyone in Denmark sorted all their household waste by using sorting bins, rather than sending it for incineration, the environment would be spared 589,000 tons of CO2 emissions every year. That’s equal to the total CO2 emissions of 70,000 people in Denmark — or the CO2 emissions from burning more than 200,000 tonnes of coal.

When a household sorts all its household waste for recycling rather than sending it for incineration, it provides an energy saving equivalent to its entire energy consumption for its washing machine, dryer and dishwasher. For every 1 kg of plastic waste recycled rather than sent for incineration, we save energy equivalent to an average household’s standby consumption for all electrical appliances for 14 days.

The common Pictogram System

To facilitate waste sorting, we recommend using stickers from the Common Pictogram system developed by the Danish Waste Association, KL (Local Government Denmark) and the Danish Environmental Protection Agency. The common waste system and pictogram system consist of a number of symbols used in the context of waste sorting, and help make it easier for the public and businesses to sort their waste.

The Common Pictogram system consists of a total of 91 pictograms, which can be used by municipalities, organisations, private individuals and businesses.

The voluntary Common Pictogram system for waste sorting has been developed in collaboration with thousands of members of the public and waste experts. It can be used for labelling refuse containers, waste bins and refuse bag stands for households, as well as for signs at recycling stations.

The system combines the best of existing systems from around the country. It was developed on the basis of comprehensive mapping, as well as numerous meetings, workshops, interviews and questionnaire surveys in which the public and waste workers from municipalities and waste companies have participated.

piktogramsystem for affaldssortering