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DropBucket: Innovation and responsibility in waste management

Back in 2015, Heiða Gunnarsdóttir Nolsøe and Marie Stampe Berggreen won the prestigious Red Dot Award for the product design of their DropBucket – a disposable cardboard waste bin.

In 2018, Heiða and Marie wanted to make their standard disposable cardboard bin more unique, allowing customers to have their bins made in different materials and with their own design printed on it. This is where the collaboration with Stibo Complete began.

For the past six years, Stibo and DropBucket have been working together to customise sorting bins for every possible need and environment, whether at home, in the office, at school or on the street. DropBucket is now available in a wide choice of models, colours and sizes, so you can find the perfect solution for your waste management. DropBucket is more than just a waste bin; it’s a way to care for the planet and contribute to a sustainable future.


Working with Stibo is a pleasure. Their professionalism and adaptability have been key to our success. They have consistently delivered high-quality products that transcend traditional material boundaries, proving that there’s no end to what we can make. We look forward to continued innovation and growth in our partnership.

Heiða Gunnarsdóttir Nolsøe

Partner, Co-Founder Dropbucket

Sustainability and local collaboration in focus

DropBucket prefers to work exclusively with Danish and Swedish certified factories that share the same sustainable vision. They are constantly striving to reduce their environmental footprint. They also ensure local production close to the end user and guarantee that their partners have decent working conditions and a safe working environment. Thanks to Stibo’s commitment to the environment and their production facilities in both Denmark and Sweden, the company is the perfect match for DropBucket.

As the selection of raw materials is crucial for a product’s environmental footprint, DropBucket selects their materials based on durability, longevity and environmental impact. This means that the company works mainly with natural, recyclable, recycled or biodegradable materials.

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