Speaking about the dustbin
, Hasan said, "This dustbin
has a Wi-Fi module, ultrasonic sensors, servo motor, an LCD, sensor and buzzer."
This way, trash receptacles or dustbins
put at open spots would not be over-burdened and thus prevent unhygienic conditions for the citizens.
'They call it Dustbin
Estate as a nickname simply because of its surrounding.
When I see a family of four that chooses not to bring their own reusable fabric shopping bag to collect groceries from, and pick up dustbin
bags, it makes me see a very small decision leading to unnecessary demand for plastic.
The 32-year-old woman testified before prosecutors that she was checking a dustbin
when she felt someone touching her from behind.
Think our block of flats: Regular waste went into a seriously big green dustbin
so heavy it was on wheels, with recycle waste just a short stroll further down the road.
Former President Mahinda Rajapaksa had barely finished his speech when Minister of Tourism and Sports Navin Dissanayake lashed out at him, saying that the people will put Rajapaksa's name in the 'dustbin
On Sunday March 9 (between 2pm-6pm) the hall will be holding its first 'Dustbin
Film Festival' with a screening of unusual, recently unearthed, short travel and documentary films from the 1950s to 1970s.
Four years after breaking on to the music scene, Ned's Atomic Dustbin
topped the indie singles chart and cracked the top 20 single and top 5 album charts.
The expression, 'dustbin
of history', is said to have originated in Russia in 1917.
"If a dustbin
can close a road like the A19 - that connects up the whole of the North East - then that's a serious problem," he said.
They turn from speed machines to docile couch potatoes" Model and actress Twiggy, above, urging people to adopt retired greyhounds as pets "The general dress code is to appear to have fished your clothing out of the dustbin
" Former royal milliner Marina Killery on the fashion scene in London "She has appalling fashion sense.