Palmetto Trash Receptacle - 32 Gallon Capacity

SKU CCW-32-030-00492
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  • Lid and liner are included
  • Choose from wide variety of colors
  • Flattop, Ash urn and Rain bonnet lid style are available
  • Receptacle can be portable or surface mounted
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$2,206.26

Product Overview

For an exceptional and modern look, the Palmetto Trash Receptacle is created with 5/8’’ steel rods in a powder coated finish, while a thermoplastic finish is also an option. This receptacle comes with a lid and a liner and in two mounting options. Furthermore, there are three lid designs to choose from, as well as various colors.

Includes:
Palmetto Trash Receptacle - 32 Gallon Capacity

Features:

  • Manufactured with 5/8" steel rods
  • Lid and liner included
  • Portable or Surface mount
  • Powder Coat finish; thermoplastic coating optional
  • Multiple color options
  • Ideal for use in parks, shopping malls, schools and office campuses

 

 

Specification

Specifications:

  • Size: 29" square x 33-3/16" high
  • Capacity: 32 gallons
  • Mounting type: Portable or Surface
  • Finish: Powder Coat
  • Lid Design: Rain Bonnet, Ash Urn, Flat Top
  • Customizable? Mounting type, lid design, color

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