Inspired by nature to take care of our environment


Boss is a waste paper bin focusing on recycling. It’s designed to give associations to nature, with the hope that it will inspire people to take care of our environment. By combining a clear but organic expression, Boss stands out and catches the eye creating an inviting and fresh contribution in its surroundings. The choice of the ambigious name ”Boss” which means rubbish in norwegian concludes Tuva’s vision for the product. It should be obvious to throw your rubbish in the bin and to achive that it needs to demand attention in its surroundings, ”like a boss”.


The waste paper bin comes in two sizes, the larger one is well suited for public environments and offices and the smaller one, Mini Boss, is an excellent choice for the personal workplace or home office. Separation at source can be clarified by selecting different colours on the bins for different materials. Boss and Mini Boss are made of thin steel sheet, powder coated in a number of colors, and has a matching lid alternatively in natural or black stained ash veneer with a powder coated lid. A lid in polished brass is also available for a more exklusive touch. All have a removable lid that covers the waste bag in a simple and neat way. The large bin contains a removable bucket that collects any liquid.

Boss – Boss


Boss – Mini Boss

Mini Boss

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Frame of 1,5 mm powder coated steel sheet with matching lid. Adjustable plastic glides.

Boss 13.4 kg
Mini Boss 6.1 kg

Lid in polished brass


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Designed to give associations to nature, with the hope that it will inspire people to take care of our environment.


Lammhults   and the environment

To reduce the consumption of resources and the environmental impact, Lammhults work with timeless designs for long product life. We strive to prevent pollution in all of our processes and work to successively reduce the environmental and climate footprint of our production facilities.

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