Get Involved

Bin Providers

You’ve heard from a client that they’d like to take on some disposal bins for men and you’re wondering what you need to do.

Key Messages

If you need to know more about the campaign, here’s short version for you-

We have three key objectives:

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To get BINS4Blokes disposal bins in male toilets Australia-wide

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To encourage men who live with incontinence to engage with the National Continence Helpline to get help with the management of their incontinence.

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To de-stigmatise male incontinence (for everyone, actually) and raise awareness about it.

We’ll use traditional and social media, direct engagement with key stakeholders (such as providers of toilets in public spaces) and leverage the networks and the reach of our supporting organisations.

Your role

You can be an important player in getting this campaign and the change we want to see, happening by:

Having a variety of ‘male’ bins available – our experience is that avoiding lighter colours and obvious ‘female’ colours like pink, work better.

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Remembering that male incontinence products are larger, and take up more space in the bins. This will help with frequency of maintenance, and ultimately the size of the bin.

When our sponsors are secured we’d like to have a BINS4Blokes sticker on the bin, it will help us keep the campaign afloat. We can discuss this with you at that time. We are encouraging toilet providers to ensure toilet users are clear on the availability of bins by placing the following in their toilet blocks:

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Toilet block poster

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Door sticker

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Back of toilet door poster

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Toilet block poster

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Door sticker

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Back of toilet door poster

If you would like to print and carry any of these to hand out when distributing bins that would make a big difference.

Your job is as simple as you’d like to make it – SUPPLY BIN! But if you’d like to help us make change, doing the extras makes a difference. Stickers, posters, the right bin will all make it easier to get the word out.

Then go ahead and spread the word!

We know that your clients, staff, supporters and customers all want to know about your role in making change for men with incontinence, so go ahead and shout it out loud!

If you know anyone living with or experiencing incontinence they can call the National Continence Helpline on 1800 33 00 66, or email helpline@continence.org.au.