Square Trash Receptacle with Arched Rain Bonnet Lid - 32 Gallon Capacity

SKU CCW-31-030-00809
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  • Diamond pattern/Expanded steel design
  • Multiple colors & coating options
  • Features an arched rain bonnet lid
  • Includes a plastic liner
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$1,396.46 $1,280.00

Product Overview

Make sure the environment in your park, campus or any other desired area stays neat, clean and spotless with the 32 Gallon Square Trash Receptacle. Including a plastic liner and featuring an arched rain bonnet lid, this trash receptacle is both useful and modern-looking. In addition to that, there are multiple coating and color options to choose from.

Includes:
32 Gallon Square Trash Receptacle with Arched Rain Bonnet Lid

Features:

  • Expanded Metal
  • Includes plastic liner
  • Arched rain bonnet lid
  • Multiple coating and color options
  • Ideal for use in parks, schools and office campuses

Advantage Coating: The most durable and weatherproof coating on the market today. Advantage coated surfaces won’t chip, scratch or mar so your product instantly gains longevity when this coating is applied. The coating never drips or runs – the coating sticks to any metal surface and fits like a glove. Advantage coating offers 13 different color variations for you to choose based on your style requirements. Coating comes with a 7 year warranty to ensure your park benches, picnic tables and seating products are protected.

Industry Standard Coating: Premium polyethylene coating is the park industry standard. It’s dipped in a plastic coating to seal the metal to protect against corrosion and chemicals. It is also weather resistant for long term outdoor use in any park environment. Coating comes with a 5 year warranty. Available in 9 color variations for you to choose the one that best fits your needs.

Specification

Specifications:

  • Capacity: 32 gallons
  • Style: Square
  • Design: Arched Rain Bonnet Lid
  • Customizable? Coating type, color

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