Rubbermaid 2-in-1 Recycler Review & #Giveaway

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Have you seen the newest addition to my kitchen?

 

Last month, I got a new Rubbermaid 2-in-1 Recycler for my kitchen. Now, instead of hanging a grocery bag off of one of the handles of my kitchen drawers to stick all of my recyclables in, I have a handy little trash bin that has the recycling bin right on top! I can also use this to sort my recyclables, but in Miami, our recycling is actually collected in one outside container, so I just use the top for recyclables and the bottom for the trash.

I am kind of madly in love with it, even after just one month of use!

The Rubbermaid 2-in-1 Recycler features include:

  • Keeps recyclables off the counter by giving them a place to live in your kitchen
  • The bottom tilt out bin holds a standard 8-gallon trash bag AND features LinerLock™ bag management, so your bag stays put and does not slip
  • Both the top bin and bottom bin have convenient handles when needed to transport recyclables to wherever your recycling is stored for pick-up or transport
  • The 2-in-1 Recycler fits more recyclables while using 25% less floor space compared to typical divided containers
  • Made with recyclable materials and is itself recyclable

The Rubbermaid 2-in-1 Recycler is really perfect for any kitchen, as it is about the size of your average kitchen trash can. It measures Size: 12.1″ l x 16.7″ w x 31.22″ h. You can purchase the Rubbermaid 2-in-1 Recycler from the Rubbermaid website; it is #5L89 and retails for $43.99. Or…you can try to win one right here on The Rebel Chick!

One of my lucky Rebel Chick readers is going to have the opportunity to win one of these awesome Rubbermaid 2-in-1 Recyclers!

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I received a media sample to facilitate this review, but all opinions are my own. 

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Comments

  1. Crystal says

    Oooh, that looks great. I like any product that makes it easier to keep the planet green, and makes my kitchen less cluttered!

  2. says

    This thing is awesome!! We started recycling our cans a few months ago and something like this would make things much neater in my house.

  3. holly says

    I LOVE this! My girls keep wanting us to recycle but we just don’t have any convenient space in our kitchen for it. We are in the process of revamping our kitchen to make more storage space and this would be a WELCOME addition to our renovation project!

  4. Anna says

    Right now I have a plastic bin and a paper bag for recycling in my dining room – this would be so great and I could have it in my kitchen – it would fit!

  5. Gena says

    My recycling can is too narrow and annoying and I think it dissuades the family from actually recycling. Just haven’t found a better solution — until now! Love this thing! Looks nice and I love that it’s a combo.

  6. says

    Because I’m a recycling fiend and we just made some changes to the kitchen (added dishwasher, lost cupboards) and my old recycling system is gone. I will use it a BUNCH and REALLY want to win!

  7. Anna says

    I have my recycling in a paper bag and a ugly plastic bucket in my living room – I would love this and then I will be able to have it very nicely in my kitchen!

  8. tess says

    b/c this would be easy for my kids to help and handle with ..they recycle cans and newspapers
    tcogbill at live dot com

  9. sami says

    I love this! It looks perfect for my other ‘green’ activity – cloth diapering our children. A place for dirty diapers and dirty clothes that cuts down on space! And if my plan fails miserably, I know how to put it to great use. Thanks for sharing.

  10. Robin Quick says

    I want to win because I have to go through my recyclables to separate them because the kids mix them together. With this its easy for them to use & not get them mixed together.

    mnrquick at yahoo dot com

  11. says

    I would love this to organize my kitchen, I could put in 2 types of items to recycle, such as bottles in 1 and cans in the other, or use one part for trash and the other for recycled cans.

  12. Veronica R says

    I have an open bin that I put recycleables in now and the kids get into it. I need something with a lid.

    Thanks for the chance to win!

  13. Ann McElhinney says

    Right now we have TWO recycle containers next to our trash. One for metal and one for cardboard. This Rubbermaid 2 in 1 would be a blessing and give me much-needed space in that nook of the kitchen. Thank you.

  14. Ann McElhinney says

    Right now we have TWO recycle containers next to our trash. One for metal and one for cardboard. This Rubbermaid 2 in 1 would be a blessing and give me much-needed space in that nook of the kitchen. Thank you.

  15. Heather H says

    I would love to win this because our city trash service just enacted mandatory recycling.
    hendymartin1 at yahoo dot com

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