I know what you mean, we have a rubbish bag holder that dismantles and sits in the awning. If the awning isn't up we just use small bin liner and hang it from the wardrobe door handle. Recycling stuff tends to get taken out regularly after breakfast, or super. Surprised that the designers haven't provided us with an app to do this job :evil:Dodger524 said:We have a Lunar Clubman SB and apart from two hooks by the door for plastic bags we have nowhere for the temporary storage of rubbish. We ideally need a receptacles for dirty waste and that for recycling.
How do others here cope?
Our loo and shower are at the back of the van, (on the inside) but I know what you mean.Thingy said:We just use the door bin to store carrier bags, we use the carriers for the waste and have a rule that if you are heading in the vacininity of the bins, or on the way to the loo or shower, you take a bag of trash with you. Simples.
But we still hear you drop them in.Our van has a bin on the door for non recyclable waste and a box or bag in in the awning for clean recyclables. Many sites seem to have recycling bins these days. The wine bottles I sneak to the on site recycling bin under cover of darkness. Otherwise it is the Walk of Shame 😳
Our van has a bin on the door for non recyclable waste and a box or bag in in the awning for clean recyclables. Many sites seem to have recycling bins these days. The wine bottles I sneak to the on site recycling bin under cover of darkness. Otherwise it is the Walk of Shame 😳
The main objective of the temporary storing of wastes is to collect them in a licensed facility.
I'm not sure why a 4 year old thread has been resurrected in order to obsess about something that's the responsibility of site owners, not temporary visitors.It is also important to store them safely for a temporary period before they are moved to a recycling plant and/or final disposal facilities.