Bins4Blokes - Councils template media release P
Type
Other

Image


BINS4Blokes is a national campaign by the Continence Foundation of Australia to increase the awareness of male incontinence and availability of continence product disposal bins in men's toilets. This template is for Councils who wish to inform media about their implementation of BINS4Blokes

Bins4Blokes - Draft Motion for Councils P
Type
Other

Image


BINS4Blokes is a national campaign by the Continence Foundation of Australia to increase the awareness of male incontinence and availability of continence product disposal bins in men's toilets. This Draft Motion outlines for councilors the argument for BINS4Blokes at council meetings.

Bins4Blokes - FAQ P
Type
Fact sheet

PDF


BINS4Blokes is a national campaign by the Continence Foundation of Australia to increase the awareness of male incontinence and availability of continence product disposal bins in men's toilets. This fact sheet provides answers to frequently asked questions

Bins4Blokes A4 infographic P
Type
Fact sheet

PDF


BINS4Blokes is a national campaign by the Continence Foundation of Australia to increase the awareness of male incontinence and availability of continence product disposal bins in men's toilets. This infographic sums up the need for bins in men's toilets and what is trying to be achieved

Bins4Blokes Bin Sticker P
Type
Other

Image


BINS4Blokes is a national campaign by the Continence Foundation of Australia to increase the awareness of male incontinence and availability of continence product disposal bins in men's toilets. The bin sticker is available to order by email via bins4blokes.org.au/resources

Bins4Blokes Position Statement P
Type
Report


BINS4Blokes is a national campaign by the Continence Foundation of Australia to increase the awareness of male incontinence and availability of continence product disposal bins in men's toilets. The Position Statement explains the campaign, providing statistics and implementation case study

Can't find what you are looking for?

Call the National Continence Helpline on 1800 33 00 66

100

Last Updated: Wed 23, Dec 2020
Last Reviewed: Sun 22, Mar 2020