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Free picture of recycling containers for aluminum cans, scrap metals, plastic bottles, regular trash and paper. Women use those beautiful containers to help waste management companies to recycle their waste after disposal. This photo of the colorful recycling bins was created in Singapore.

This picture was created by my recycling friend epSos.de and can be used for free, if you link epSos.de as the original author of the image.

The colors of the trash containers are very recognizable, because every second dumpster in Singapore has those colorful garbage cans for waste disposal. Cool women love them, because it makes them feel better after disposal of waste. They feel that they have done the right thing to protect the environment around them.

Every garbage disposer is different to the garbage collection company that operates those magic plastic containers for waste recycling. Many potential helpers help to sort out the trash before it comes to the recycling center. The recyclable materials are collected, sorted out and sold to factories. The presorted trash from the garbage containers helps to improve efficiency of recycling.

The colorful trash receptacles for recycling should be everywhere. They help to improve cities and make the children more happy about the colors of the garbage cans. It is better for the environment and future generations too, because every recycled object will make the landfills smaller and the waste collection more profitable, so that more and more companies will start to operate rental dumpsters in places where they are needed.

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  1. jaybcrealtor 34 months ago | reply

    Great photo! Fits perfectly to my article about clean technologies in BC on my Vancouver real estate blog. Thanks so much!

  2. SirGMcQueen 32 months ago | reply

    now thats rubbish, feel free to post it to

  3. fujinliow 25 months ago | reply

    join my group and post this photograph please.

    group @ www.flickr.com/groups/1913180@N24/

  4. Helena Eriksson 21 months ago | reply

    I used your photo in a blogpost about trash recycling.. I hope you dont mind. If you do, please send me a flickr mail.


  5. Mervi Eskelinen aka tasselflower 20 months ago | reply

    Thank you for sharing this colorful image. I used it on my blog under the CC license: mervi.helmikuu.net/2012-08-spam-comments-will-drive-your-...

  6. kinnear.julie 9 months ago | reply

    Hi, thanks for the CC licence! I've used your photo to illustrate my article.

  7. ScienceNetworkWA 7 months ago | reply

    Your photo has been selected to run alongside an article and on our facebook page of the online publication, ScienceNetwork WA.

    The article link is:


    Thank you very much for making it creative commons!

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