Bins vital for men’s health

Bins vital for men’s health

“1.34 million Australian boys and men live with incontinence and a Bundaberg business has jumped on board a campaign, to help those affected live their best lives. BINS4Blokes is an Australia-wide awareness and advocacy campaign promoting the installation of...
BINS4Blokes: a campaign to champion men’s health

BINS4Blokes: a campaign to champion men’s health

The Continence Foundation of Australia’s advocacy push will boost wellbeing and inclusivity in Australian communities. In Australia, 1.34 million men and boys live with incontinence. A national health campaign is set to improve their social and economic participation...
Camden Council in NSW to support Bins4Blokes

Camden Council in NSW to support Bins4Blokes

More than one million men across Australia experience incontinence issues. However, there are very few public restrooms that offer men a safe and environmentally friendly place to dispose of incontinence products. Camden Council is set to change that. Camden Council...
Council shows continence care for men

Council shows continence care for men

The South Australian council of Gawler, in the Barossa Valley, is leading the way for local government by installing continence pad disposal bins in their men’s public toilets. Women’s health nurse and Continence Foundation member Julie Tucker (pictured left) realised...