In its heyday, glass bins would hang from the ceiling, allowing guests to pick up glass from the bins, which were used to recycle and store trash.
But now, glass bin organizers have launched a new glass binswagger to be installed in the fall at the top of the first level of the U.S. Post Office.
The binswaggers will feature a glass ceiling that will act as a canopy for guests to grab their glass from above.
The glass will be made of anode plastic and glass is not permitted inside the bins.
Glass binswagers are designed to be more environmentally friendly, since they’re made of recycled glass that can be recycled back into the bins to be used again.
But the bins will also be able to be removed from the wall by a simple touch.
The glass bin will be installed next year in the post office at the first-level of the new building, which opened in 2019 and was built by a group of private investors.
Glass bins will be in the building’s first floor in the first half of 2020, the first glass bins are planned to open in 2021.
The Post Office was not immediately available for comment.