World Continence Week 2021

NIGHT N DAY is helping to raise awareness this World Continence Week 2021. Did you know that there are more than one million men in Australia who are affected by incontinence?

The Continence Foundation of Australia reports a study has found that 1 in every 10 males in Australia of all ages are affected by incontinence.

The study of Australian men with continence issues revealed:

    To help bring awareness of the mental health issues raised by those affected, the Continence Foundation of Australia has launched a “Bins4Blokes” campaign: Bins4Blokes

    As a manufacturer of washable & reusable solutions, our incontinence products - particularly our incontinence underwear - are environmentally-friendly and eliminate the use of disposable pads.

    However, Men that use disposable products are not currently being supported!

    The campaign is calling on councils, businesses and sports clubs to install incontinence product bins in all male toilets.

    This would be similar to the bins available in women’s toilets for period pads and tampons, etc.

    All people, regardless of what gender, need and deserve to have a comfortable and discreet way to dispose of pads and pants. The provision of bins could help in the process of solving mental health and confidence issues surrounding what should not be a taboo subject regarding continence.

    NIGHT N DAY is a registered NDIS provider.


    Should you require any product assistance … Did you know that we manufacture a complete range of incontinence products including absorbent underwear and waterproof pads? Some of these products also double as period-proof underwear.

    We're with you Night n Day 

    If you have any questions about incontinence or want to know what incontinence products are the best for you or your loved one don’t hesitate to contact our friendly Customer Service team





    Australia: (02) 9531 2011

    International: +61 2 9531 2011

    P: +61 2 9531 2011

    Disclaimer: No content on this website, or in this article, regardless of date, should ever be used as a substitute for direct medical advice from your doctor or other qualified clinician.

    Bins4blokesWorld continence week

    Leave a comment

    All comments are moderated before being published