Men need incontinence bins too!

To help get incontinence bins into your local shopping centre please pledge your support below by entering your first name and post code.

Pledge your support for shopping centres to put in a bin for blokes.

Bins for hygiene products are considered a given in women’s toilets these days. But what about men’s toilets? If you ask the majority of the population they would scratch their head and say, “why would a man need a incontinence bin?”

 

1.34 million Australian boys and men live with incontinence.

 

For boys and men who use incontinence products, there are very few or no places for them to throw them out. This can make them want to stay put, not wanting to leave their homes and join in everyday activities.

 

That’s why we’re asking everyone to pledge their support for shopping centres to put in a bin for blokes.

 

Pledge results will be used to lobby shopping centres nationally to install male incontinence disposal bins. Information relating to names and corresponding postcodes will not be disclosed.

 

For more information about Bins4Blokes view here.