Elevate™ decorative waste containers offer a classic, timeless design that will transform your space and enhance the overall guest experience, without sacrificing budget.
Elevate™ decorative waste containers offer a classic, timeless design that will transform your space and enhance the overall guest experience, without sacrificing budget. Unique three-sided metal container transforms Slim Jim® trash receptacles into streamlined, decorative pieces, or it can be used as a standalone container with retainer bands to secure interior liners. Ships flat allowing for more efficient and cost-effective shipping.
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.
|Product Length||25.14 in||63.86 cm|
|Product Width||12.80 in||32.51 cm|
|Product Height||31.50 in||80.01 cm|
|Case Pack Length||20.66 in||52.48 cm|
|Case Pack Width||6.50 in||16.51 cm|
|Case Pack Height||39.87 in||101.27 cm|
|Case Pack Quantity||1|
|Color||Pearl Dark Gray|
|Country of Origin||China|
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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.
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