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Nappy Minder Bin:

The Nappy Minder bin is the ideal away from home waste disposal system. Disposing of nappy waste be it for babies or adults in traditional waste bins is extremely unhygienic and could pose multiple diseases and foul odours.

The Nappyminder bin is specially designed with a foot pedal access to a non- return chute to prevent odours and harmful bacteria from leaving the unit.

With its 50 litre capacity the bin will only need to be serviced once a day on high traffic areas such as shopping centres and old age homes.

The Nappy Minder bin utilizes 2 types of consumables to combat the odour and harmful bacteria problem of a public nappy bin. Firstly a antimicrobial product called PMax which kills all harmful bacteria for up to a 4 week period.

For high traffic areas were the bin is changed more often there is the odour masking product Naturals which is a natural plant extract formula which eliminates unwanted smells.


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Product Notes:

  • Made from robust ABS plastic
  • 50 litre capacity
  • Pedal operated
  • Non return chute

Standard Available Colours:

  • White



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