Richmond Trash Receptacle

SKU CCW-36-030-00051
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  • Liner included
  • Rain bonnet protection
  • Removable lid for accessing the liner
  • Made of heavy gauge structural steel
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$888.09 $807.35

Product Overview

The Richmond Trash Receptacle is long-lasting, durable and suitable for any environment. Its lid is heavy, but can be removed to access the liner. It also features rain bonnet protection. The tabbed feet allow for the receptacle to be surface mounted. This product is available in custom colors if ordered in larger quantities.

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Richmond Trash Receptacle

Features:

  • Made of heavy gauge structural steel and powder coated with a heavy-duty commercial grade coating
  • Lid removable for accessing the liner
  • Liner included
  • Rain bonnet protection
  • Tabbed feet for surface mounting; surface wedge anchors included
  • Custom colors available for quantity orders
  • Ideal for parks, or any commercial or residential application

Specification

Specifications:

  • Material: Steel
  • Size: 32 Gal.
  • Weight: 140 lbs.
  • Frame Color: Black or Green
  • Slat Color: Black or Green
  • Customizable? Frame and slat color

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