Charleston Recycled Receptacle - 32 Gallon Capacity

SKU CCW-32-030-00020
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  • Decorative rosettes design around the top
  • Eco-friendly recycled plastic planks
  • Lid & liner included
  • Multiple color & lid style options
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$1,666.37

Product Overview

With 2’’ x 4’’ recycled plastic planks and a 32 gallon capacity, the Charleston Recycled Receptacle is ideal for keeping the environment well in order. The product is portable, and the mounting kit is sold separately, while the lid and the liner are included. In order to add to its modern look, the Charleston Recycled Receptacle features powder coated decorative rosettes around the top. It comes in multiple colors.

Includes:
Charleston Recycled Receptacle - 32 Gallon Capacity

Features:

  • 2" x 4" recycled plastic planks
  • Lid and liner included
  • Portable with mounting kit sold separately
  • Powder coated decorative rosettes around the top of the receptacle
  • Multiple color options
  • Ideal for use in parks, shopping malls, schools and office campuses

 

 

Specification

Specifications:

  • Capacity: 32 gallons
  • Finish: Recycled Plastic
  • Mounting Type: Portable
  • Customizable? Color and Lid Style

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