Thursday, June 24, 2010

Recycling prob solved with Ikea's DIMPA!

Been having problems on storing my recycling junks.
This is how my front porch used to look like. Even though the recycling items are clean, I was worried that these could be a breeding ground for spiders and even territory marks for cats to urinate. I'm talking from experience by the way, hehe. Somehow tom cats just love plastics.

Not until I found a few awesome recycling storage items in the Ikea's new booklet (storage).
They even have a compost bin. Cool!

So, I give DIMPA waste sorting bag with stand a try for RM46.
As much as I hate buying more stuff for the sake of recycling,
I really need to make my house as organized and neat as possible.

Packaging look.

You can customize the label (white paper provided).
I added a few drawing for easy read ;) Recycling can also be a fun activity to do with your kids and little ones. I would make sure that most recycling items are rinsed and clean.

Instead of wrapping the recycling materials with more plastics, now I can just carry the whole bag to the local recycling centre (pic: at Putrajaya recycling centre). How neat is that?!


  1. Agreed, Ken! Not to forget reduce and reuse :D

  2. Hi. I stumbled on your blog looking for info on recycling bin. I want to satrt recycling. I live in Shah Alam too. Where do u send your stuffs for recycling? Any tips for a noob like me?? :-)

  3. Hi Melly. Good to hear when someone takes an interest in recycling. Its an extra task, but it feels so rewarding and brought smiles to my face everytime to do something good for the environment.

    I used to go to Sect 11 a few years ago since my parents live in Shah Alam. You can go to this MBSA site to view the listing of available centre. Do give them a call first just to check;;jsessionid=16716414B102A4C1860C03B6B7A607B5?p_p_id=56_INSTANCE_HUr9&p_p_lifecycle=0&p_p_state=normal&p_p_mode=view&p_p_col_id=cont&p_p_col_count=1&page=2

    Let me know how it goes. Love to hear from you.

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