April 27, 2016


Over the past few years, we’ve worked diligently to take RE.BIN from a simple concept to a production-ready product. On March 9, 2016, we launched a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter with a goal of raising the $50,000 needed to get production off the ground.


Thanks to our 454 amazing backers who supported RE.BIN, we've now started production on RE.BIN and will begin shipping backer rewards by September, 2016.

We’re amazed and overwhelmed by the positive response that RE.BIN received from both customers and media. Within the first week of our campaign, RE.BIN raised over $17,000 and was selected by Kickstarter as a “Project We Love.” 

Over the course of our Kickstarter campaign, RE.BIN was featured in several design and eco-friendly publications including Design Milk, PSFK, Inhabitat, Curbed, Trend Hunter, Bltd, Designy Things, Shoebox Dwelling, LuxeSoul Magazine and many more!

Thanks to our success on Kickstarter, RE.BIN is excited to announce that we’ve moved our campaign to Indieogogo InDemand. Anyone who missed RE.BIN on Kickstarter can now pre-order RE.BIN here and get continued access to exclusive limited-time discounts and perks only offered through Kickstarter and Indiegogo.

RE.BIN is available for purchase on Indiegogo for $52, which includes the cost of shipping and handling to anywhere in the United States. For orders placed through Indiegogo, RE.BIN will start shipping in October 2016.

RE.BIN’s patent-pending design offers an easy way to recycle in style. Made in Vermont from 100% recycled plastic, RE.BIN is designed to be used with standard paper grocery bags for an easy, clean, sustainable recycling experience. It’s perfect for anyone who is short on space and tight on time.

RE.BIN is a stylish and functional alternative to the traditional bulky, unsightly recycling bins we’ve all grown accustomed to. Not only that, but it’s also the only recycling bin that is made from 100% recycled materials. While RE.BIN doesn’t require a liner, it is designed to fit any standard paper grocery bag to make taking out your recycling just as convenient as taking out the trash.

Since exceeding our $50,000 funding goal, we’re now offering RE.BIN paper liners for people who use reusable grocery bags or don't have access to paper bags at their local grocery store. RE.BIN liners are made from 100% recycled paper, fit to RE.BIN’s dimensions and stamped with the RE.BIN logo. Order a one month 30-pack supply on Indiegogo for $20, including free shipping anywhere in the United States.

RE.BIN recycling bin liners

If we meet our $100,000 stretch goal on Indiegogo InDemand, we’ll introduce a third color option and leave the color selection up to you!  As RE.BIN’s earliest supporters, we want to give you the opportunity to participate in RE.BIN’s development by helping us pick the next RE.BIN color!

We’re excited to welcome you to the RE.BIN movement and are so grateful for your support along this journey! If your friends and family missed us on Kickstarter, please share these links to our Indiegogo campaign:

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