The Americana Series™ decorative outdoor waste containers maintain an upscale appearance while providing exceptional waste control. Rugged steel construction with multiple layers of powder coating ensure years of trouble-free outdoor use.
The Americana Series™ decorative outdoor waste containers maintain an upscale appearance while providing exceptional waste control. Rugged steel construction with multiple layers of powder coating ensure years of trouble-free outdoor use. This garbage can is perfect for your hotel, resort, atrium, pool, or convention center. Round and sleek, this trash bin features vertical one-inch wide welded steel slats surrounding its steel body. Its open top disposal opening enables hands-free disposal, maximizing customer comfort and sanitation. Made from 30% post-consumer recycled content, this fire-safe garbage can features a rugged steel construction complete with a leak-proof rigid plastic liner. Providing lasting strength and durability through changing weather conditions, this trash bin includes a UV-stabilizer. Leg levelers provide additional stability on even and uneven surfaces. Prevent the passerby from rummaging around your garbage cans with the vandal-resistant, cable-secured funnel. The funnel top may be lifted off for easy emptying and servicing.
Features and Benefits:
|Product Length||29.00 in||73.66 cm|
|Product Width||29.00 in||73.66 cm|
|Product Height||32.50 in||82.55 cm|
|Case Pack Length||29.75 in||75.57 cm|
|Case Pack Width||30.00 in||76.20 cm|
|Case Pack Height||33.75 in||85.73 cm|
|Case Pack Quantity||1|
|Packaging Length||29.00 in||73.66 cm|
|Packaging Width||29.00 in||73.66 cm|
|Packaging Height||32.50 in||82.55 cm|
|Country of Origin||China|
Decorative Refuse Catalog
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Rubbermaid Commercial Products refuse containers need to comply with the ADA regulations; as long as "access openings" for containers are below 48", containers are compliant to ADA regulations.