Classic Swing Door Trash Receptacle - 36 Gallon Capacity

SKU CCW-32-030-00743
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  • Slatted steel with side opening
  • All stainless steel hardware
  • Portable and/or surface mount
  • Multiple colors & lid style options
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Product Overview

The Classic Swing Door Trash Receptacle, with stainless steel hardware, a powder coated finish and a 36 gallon capacity, will help you keep your site clean and in order. It features a convenient swing door with a latch, which provides for easy access while emptying the liner. Both the liner and the lid are included in this product, and the lid comes in three design options. On top of that, you can choose between two mounting types and a lot of different colors.

Classic Swing Door Trash Receptacle - 36 Gallon Capacity


  • 1/4" x 1-1/2" steel flat bar
  • Stainless steel hardware
  • All MIG welded frame
  • Lid and Liner included
  • Portable or Surface mount
  • Rain Bonnet lid, Ash Urn lid or Flat Top lid
  • Powder Coated finish
  • Multiple color options
  • Ideal for use in parks, shopping malls, schools and office campuses




  • Capacity: 36 gallons
  • Style: Swing Door
  • Lid Design: Rain Bonnet, Ash Urn, Flat Top
  • Finish: Powder Coat
  • Mounting Type: Portable or Surface
  • Customizable? Lid design, mounting type, color


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