Configure™ Mixed Recycling 15 Gal Blue Sign

SKU: 1961588

The Rubbermaid Commercial Configure™ Waste Receptacle Trash Can Sign helps increase waste management compliance.

  • Signage provides visual cues that aid in getting the waste in the right container
  • Color-coded for optimal efficiency
  • Icons indicate materials to be collected regardless of language
  • Increases waste management compliance
  • Attaches easily in minutes by 1 person

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The Rubbermaid Commercial Configure™ Waste Receptacle Trash Can Sign, Mixed Recycling, 15 gallon helps increase waste management compliance. A bright, vibrant shade of green and easy-to-understand icon clearly indicate which type of waste is to be deposited in the trash can. The sign attaches easily to the garbage can in minutes by 1 person.

Features and Benefits:

  • Signage provides visual cues that aid in getting the waste in the right container
  • Color-coded for optimal efficiency
  • Icons indicate materials to be collected regardless of language
  • Increases waste management compliance
  • Attaches easily in minutes by 1 person

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U.S.Metric
Upc00086876228366
Case Pack Length19.56 in49.69 cm
Case Pack Width13.19 in33.50 cm
Case Pack Height1.81 in4.61 cm
Case Pack Weight3.40 lb1.54 kg
Ucc00086876228366
Case Pack Quantity1
Capacity15.00 gal
ColorBlue
Material TypeMetal
Country of OriginUSA

Documents

Decorative Refuse - Catalog

Configure Indoor Recycling - Spec Sheet

Assembly Instructions


Certifications & Regulatory Information


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