Westlake II Round Concrete Waste Container with Aluminum Funnel Lid - 24 Gallon Capacity

SKU CCW-33-030-01531
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  • Liner included
  • Multiple color options
  • Aluminum funnel lid for proper litter disposal
  • Superior strength and durability
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$508.00 $462.10

Product Overview

The Westlake II Round Concrete Waste Container with Aluminum Funnel Lid is made of concrete, which guarantees strength, stability and durability. This product is long-lasting, yet practical. It features a patterned band encircling and an aluminum funnel lid, as well as a liner. It can be used in various different environments, such as parkways, business entrances, or café settings, and there is a wide selection of colors to choose from.

Includes:
Westlake II Round Concrete Waste Container with Aluminum Funnel Lid - 24 Gallon Capacity

Features:

  • Made of concrete
  • Features a patterned band encircling and aluminum funnel lid
  • Liner included
  • Round shape
  • Available in multiple bin and lid colors
  • Used in parks and many more settings

Specification

Specifications:

  • Material: Concrete
  • Size: 27" dia. x 36"
  • Weight: 500 lbs.
  • Capacity: 24 gallons
  • Waste Type: Trash
  • Shape: Round
  • Customizable? Bin color and lid color

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