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Typically, it is constructed of metal or plastic. The words dustbin, garbage can, and trash can are all often used. In British English, the words “rubbish,” “basket,” and “bin” are more commonly used; in American English, the phrases “trash” and “can” are more commonly used. The term “garbage” can apply to either food waste (as opposed to “trash”) or municipal solid waste in general. The first residential garbage containers were established in Britain in 1875 to create a controlled collection system.

A pedal bin is a container with a foot pedal-operated lid. In the 1920s, industrial engineer and efficiency specialist Lillian Moller Gilbreth created the pedal bin for the disposal of kitchen garbage. The user may open the lid without touching it with their hand’s thanks to the foot pedal.

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In South Korea, an automated trash container has been installed.
Some bins began to feature automated mechanisms in the 2010s, such as a lid with infrared sensing on the top of the can that is driven by batteries to open it instead of a foot pedal, allowing the user to avoid touching the trash in any manner. This keeps the garbage bin lids from becoming clogged. The majority of these trash containers are constructed of stainless steel. A tiny receptacle for an air freshener is included in some bin types.

Many cities and municipalities provide a public garbage collection service that gathers trash from outside buildings and other locations on a regular basis. This will be put onto a garbage truck and sent to a landfill, incinerator, or crushing plant, where it will be disposed of. In certain places, each household has numerous bins for different types of garbage (typically indicated by colors) depending on whether it is suitable for recycling, which will be directed to a recycling facility instead.


Trash bins are frequently put in public locations such as parks to improve the social environment by urging people not to litter. To deter theft and decrease vandalism, such bins in outdoor places or other popular public spaces are generally attached to the ground or wall, and to improve their look; they are sometimes purposefully creative or charming. Trash is buried beneath the receptacle in densely populated regions. To assist in containing liquids, many are lined with a plastic or paper trash bag.

The phrase “trash can” is also applied to a decision-making process known as the “Garbage Can Model.” It is concerned with situations of decision-making in the face of significant collective uncertainty, which can lead to judgments that appear illogical from a distance.

The term “wastebasket taxon” is sometimes used in taxonomy to refer to groupings that are based on some non-genetic criterion (e.g., the proposed order Insectivora is considered a “wastebasket taxon,” because it groups small mammals whose main connection is that they eat insects), and the Nilo-Saharan language family is sometimes referred to as “Greenberg’s wastebasket,” because it was a group.

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