Enviro-LCS is proud to be supporting
the BINS4blokes campaign.

The Continence Foundation of Australia is the national peak body promoting
bladder and bowel control health. For more information, go to


Enviro-LCS is proud to be supporting the BINS4blokes campaign.

 BINS4blokes is an Australia-wide awareness and advocacy campaign promoting the installation of incontinence bins in male public toilet facilities.

  • Promote equality for men
  • Every Australian should have access to an incontinence bin no matter their gender
  • For boys and men who use incontinence products, there are no bins available to facilitate, therefore leaving them not wanting to leave their house or participate in everyday activities

ENVIRO-LCS is a supporter of


BINS4Blokes is an initiative of the Continence Foundation of Australia. 1.34 million Australian boys and men experience incontinence. For boys and men who require incontinence products, there are very limited or no places for them to dispose of these. This may make them reluctant to leave their homes and engage in everyday activities.

Providing the right facilities and support for males with incontinence
will help them to participate more fully in social activities, work and do what they enjoy.


What is incontinence?

Incontinence describes any accidental or involuntary loss of urine from the bladder (urinary incontinence) or bowel motion or wind from the bowel (faecal incontinence).
Incontinence is a common condition that, with the right help, can be managed, treated and sometimes cured.


Find out where you currently have disposal bins in toilets, what types, for what purpose?

Decide where you would place the incontinence bins and how many you plan to install.
Our suggestion is to have at least one cubicle equipped with an incontinence bin at each male toilet facility/ location.

Raise awareness and inform the public about the availability of your incontinence bins.

  • Bins4Blokes website offer promotional posters that you can download, print and place inside or outside toilet facilities, to make the public aware of the availability of incontinence product disposal bins.
  • We encourage you to promote your involvement in the BINS4Blokes initiative by engaging with traditional and social media.
  • Templates are available in resources section on website

Why have disposal bins for men?

We believe that every Australian should have access to disposal bins for their incontinence products.

If you experience incontinence, call the National
Continence Helpline on 1800 33 00 66 for free and confidential advice

 BINS4blokes is a men’s health initiative of the Continence Foundation of Australia

Contact Enviro-LCS now to see how you can support BINS4blokes today.