The heavy-duty, 25 Gallon Classics Decorative Recycling Container has a perforated steel design for a clean and modern appearance
The heavy-duty Classics 25 Gallon FGS3 Decorative Open Top Recycling Container has a perforated steel design for a clean and modern appearance. It’s made from heavy-gauge, fire-safe steel with the lid fastened to the receptacle with a cable, making waste collection faster and more convenient. This container is a smart choice for high traffic areas and can be used both outdoors and indoors. A leak-proof rigid plastic liner is included, as well as discreet retainer bands that hold bag liners securely in place and out of sight. Adjustable leg levelers create stability on uneven surfaces, giving you the ability to position containers in optimal areas despite the terrain. No assembly is required for the waste receptacle, making set-up fast and easy.
Features and Benefits:
|Product Length||18.00 in||45.72 cm|
|Product Width||18.00 in||45.72 cm|
|Product Height||36.00 in||91.44 cm|
|Case Pack Length||21.00 in||53.34 cm|
|Case Pack Width||21.00 in||53.34 cm|
|Case Pack Height||36.00 in||91.44 cm|
|Case Pack Weight||49.93 lb||22.65 kg|
|Case Pack Quantity||1|
|Packaging Length||18.00 in||45.72 cm|
|Packaging Width||18.00 in||45.72 cm|
|Packaging Height||36.00 in||91.44 cm|
|Packaging Weight||46.00 lb||20.87 kg|
|Country of Origin||China|
(Old) Decorative Refuse - Catalog
Classics Recycling - Spec Sheet
Classics Container Leg Leveler Adjustment Assembly Instructions
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