5 Ways to Make Sorting Your Trash Easier

By That's, May 1, 2019

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Trash sorting is a hot topic these days in China. And although those new rules are a bit mafan, it does make sense that we should all be doing our part to protect the environment and save the planet. Luckily, thMart has you sorted (see what we did there?) with these convenient trash separating bins and cleaning accessories.

1. Japanese-Style Multi-Level Sortable Household Garbage Can


4 Products That Make Sorting Your Trash Easier
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This multi-level trashcan is great for sorting between all the four main trash categories. Two removable compartments make it easy to sort through food and dry waste, while two trash bag hooks ensure you also have proper disposal for hazardous and residual waste. The top compartment can also be split in half for more convenience. Prices are RMB208 for a 32 liter container and RMB258 for a 45 liter container.

Large Split Cans

Large Split Cans
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2. Dual Sorting Bin with Wet and Dry Trash Separation


4 Trash Sorting Tools to Help You Meet Those New Guidelines
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This exciting new bin is ideally suited to your trash separating needs. With different compartments for wet and dry waste, this handy bin will alleviate your trash sorting worries. It’s available right now on thMart for just RMB119, so don’t waste time and get this waste bin!

4 Trash Sorting Tools to Help You Meet Those New Guidelines

4 Trash Sorting Tools to Help You Meet Those New Guidelines

4 Trash Sorting Tools to Help You Meet Those New Guidelines

4 Trash Sorting Tools to Help You Meet Those New Guidelines

4 Trash Sorting Tools to Help You Meet Those New Guidelines4 Trash Sorting Tools to Help You Meet Those New Guidelines4 Trash Sorting Tools to Help You Meet Those New Guidelines
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3. Japanese Style Dual Sorting Household Garbage Can


Split Cans
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Japanese people are known for their no nonsense approach to home necessities, and this minimalist can is no exception. Simple lines and convenient spacing make it a practical trash can for any home, be it a dorm room, tiny cottage, apartment or mansion. There’s no need to spend more for convenience, especially when such convenience is available via thMart. The 10.5 liter basket is RMB45, while the smaller 8.5 liter basket is only RMB35.

Trash Can
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4. GLAD Garbage Bag 3 Packs

RMB45-48 | (Was RMB45-60, now up to 20% off)

2 GLAD Products You Need in Your Kitchen

If trashcans stuffed with sharp, cumbersome or messy items are the norm at your house, these are the garbage bags for you. These poke- and leak-proof bags even stretch to accommodate awkward or oversized items. A diamond-shaped bottom is designed to stop heavy loads from ripping or tearing. Once the bags are full, transporting them is a breeze thanks to the four-way tie system that leaves excess plastic for easy carrying. You can order three packs of these bags, 90 in total, right now on thMart. Choose from small (RMB45) or large (RMB48) sizes.

2 GLAD Products You Need in Your Kitchen

2 GLAD Products You Need in Your Kitchen

2 GLAD Products You Need in Your Kitchen
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5. Glad Double Lock Resealable Bags


Keep Your Food Fresh with These Glad Double Lock Resealable Bags
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We’ve all been there - you’ve got a friend over for dinner, but you only used two thirds of your wet market veggies. You can’t downright let them go bad, and that damned Ikea food storage container takes up a quarter of your fridge’s shelf space. That’s why we’re glad about Glad. 

Glad’s double lock resealable bags make it easy to save and store your favorite produce, without taking up tremendous amounts of space. Made from thick, BPA free, food-safe polyethylene, you won’t have to worry about what you’re putting into your body. 

Glad Double Lock Resealable Bags

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They’re freezer and microwave safe, with a double lock that changes color when sealed - ensuring you know what’s working, when it’s working. Whether you’re storing your favorite snacks, preparing for an afternoon picnic or preserving your toiletries for international travel, reducing your carbon footprint and securing your personal products has never been easier or safer!

Glad Double Lock Resealable Bags
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thMart WeChat Mini Program

thMart is a one-stop online shopping platform that lets customers buy a range of products seamlessly, from anywhere, on the go, with shipping available across China. And now you can order your favorite items easily from WeChat with our brand new Mini Program!

Scan the code below to start using the thMart WeChat Mini Program.

thMart Mini Program

For business opportunities, please email us at thmart@urbanatomy.com.

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