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Great built-in kitchen bins for 300mm wide cabinets

Great built-in kitchen bins for 300mm wide cabinets

300mm wide cabinet? Choose from 12 In-cupboard bins to free up floor space and hide away your waste: make the most of all your cupboard space. 

Our In-cupboard bins are available for all standard cabinet widths, but our 300mm range is very popular with customers in city apartments to country cottages, and all compact kitchens in between! 

Five of the 300mm bins are for pull-out doors, including the Bio Double 36L which gives you great capacity in a small space, and the extra durable Stainless Steel recycler, both based on self-contained frame units which are simply fixed to the base of the cabinet and then to the door.  

The other Pull-out options are two 300AZ Recyclers, unique in using a Blum soft-close drawer unit in the base of the cabinet with two copious buckets standing on a platform. These are available in 36L and a great 42L option which cleverly makes use of extra height in the cabinet to gain extra capacity. There is also a Pullboy Z pull-out bin with full soft-close functionality, which will match other soft-close units and give you 20L of capacity for smaller households.

The other bins for 300mm cabinets are all for use with hinged doors, based on a frame unit which is very simple to screw into the cabinet base. These recycling bins are mostly 30L in capacity, but the Big Bio Double is 36L due to its extra height at 465mm - you have a 26L and a 10L bucket which is great for food waste recycling. 

The 300mm cabinet range also includes two single-bucket bins, which many of our customers use in conjunction with either a free-standing bin or a compost pail, if they need to seperate their recycling and rubbish. The 32L Bio Single bin is 570mm high and 330mm deep, so it can fit in front of pipework, sockets etc. The Big Boy Waste bin is 40L which is achieved by using a depth of 450mm which will fit most standard cabinets.

It's worth remembering that the bins for Hinged doors can also be fitted in wider cabinets if you want to place a bin on one side and a water filter or more storage on the other side.

As you can tell we're used to looking into the precise measurements of these bins, and this reflects the fact that we help customers every day with choosing the right In-cupboard bin for their cabinet. This really does ensure that the right bin is supplied the first time. Because these products last many years, it's worth taking a bit of time to compare the sizes and options for your cabinet before ordering.

Just email or call us with your dimensions and we'll be happy to suggest the right bins to fit. Here's an example of one recent customer email, and our response, to show the kind of friendly and knowledgeable service you can expect:

Dear Binopolis

I need to replace my tatty old under counter tandem bin set.  I am looking at either:

Wesco in-cupboard for 300mm Door: Double Boy 30L Recycler 755611-11 at £65


Wesco in-cupboard for 300mm Door: Double Boy Deluxe 30L Recycler 755601-85 at £85.

I can’t see what is the difference between these two products and what is better about the deluxe version.  What do I get for an extra £20?

Can you advise please?

Thank you.



Our reply is typical of how we like to help customers and how we know our products in detail:

Hi Emma

Fair question! The differences are:

1. the Double Boy Deluxe has different side runners, with ball-bearings within a double casing of steel. These are the runners used on the larger bins of this type and give a smooth action, even if there is a considerable weight in the bins.

The Deluxe is also larger in overall dimensions, taller at 410mm and deeper at 460mm (although the width is similar). The frame holding the buckets is a little stronger and deeper too. The capacity of the buckets is the same at 30L, although the buckets are a taller shape.

2. The Double Boy is lower in height and is great for under sinks at 388mm high and 450mm deep. It is still strongly built as all Wesco products are, but is made for a slightly lower price point by using simpler ‘slide’ runners without ball bearings. These still run perfectly smoothly (especially as the buckets and contents are not likely to be heavy), but they are really a one-piece component rather than a two-piece hence the cost difference.

I hope these explanations help: it’s very helpful to be asked as I think it would be good to explain the comparison more on the product pages, so thanks for raising the question!

If you’d like to order either bin please do so online or give us a call. The Deluxe is back in stock on Friday so may be worth a short wait, but do please order it as this would ensure that one of the new stock would be reserved for you for quick despatch.

The standard Double Boy is in stock and you could have it tomorrow if ordered before 4pm.

Many thanks


We can help over the phone too, looking at options at the same time on the site and discussing the features and sizes. 

So if you want to streamline the look of your kitchen by creating a hidden bin, look at the In-cupboard bins section and just ask if you need any advice. Even a small cabinet can conceal a really good sized bin and make a big difference in how you use your kitchen space.