The Configure™ Decorative Waste Containers provide a recycling solution with sleek, smooth surfaces and contoured edges. This recycling system has a modern appearance that will fit seamlessly into any indoor or outdoor commercial environment.
The Rubbermaid Commercial Configure™ Waste Receptacle, Mixed Recycling Can, 45 Gallon provides a stylish way to collect recyclables in low-to-medium traffic areas. Constructed of corrosion-resistant heavy gauge steel with contoured edges and a stainless steel finish for a modern appearance, this garbage can fits any commercial environment. This single stream recycle bin has a color-coded label and a large open top for collecting recyclables. Magnetic connections allow receptacles to attach to one another and stay arranged in the order that best fits the space – in a row or an island. An easy-access front door and handle reduces strain on staff, while internal door hinges protect walls from damage. Inside the trash bin, a rigid plastic liner features handles for more comfortable trash removal, integrated cinches so bags won't slip and venting channels that allow air to flow into the can making removal easier. This container ships fully assembled.
Features and Benefits:
In partnership with SpecialMade Goods and Services®, you can leverage tailored dielines designed for a perfect fit with RCP containers to meet your facility's recycling, branding or other custom graphic needs. Choose between standard or custom labels.
|Case Pack Length||32.25 in||81.92 cm|
|Case Pack Width||22.25 in||56.52 cm|
|Case Pack Height||41.63 in||105.73 cm|
|Case Pack Weight||90.00 lb||40.82 kg|
|Case Pack Quantity||1|
|Country of Origin||China|
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