Featuring a classic, round top design, the Round Top 15 Gallon FGR32 Round Top Decorative Indoor Waste Container is constructed from heavy-gauge, fire-safe steel and complies with OSHA standards.
Featuring a classic, round top design, the Round-Top 15 Gallon FGR32 Open Top Decorative Indoor Waste Container is constructed from heavy-gauge, fire-safe steel with an open top for easy, drop-in waste disposal. The sleek design beautifully blends into any modern or upscale environments. Recessed handgrips allow the lid to be easily lifted for convenient waste disposal, and the bottom rim is designed to protect flooring. No assembly is required for the waste receptacle, making set-up fast and easy.
Features and Benefits:
|Product Length||15.00 in||38.10 cm|
|Product Width||15.00 in||38.10 cm|
|Product Height||32.00 in||81.28 cm|
|Case Pack Length||32.99 in||83.80 cm|
|Case Pack Width||16.26 in||41.30 cm|
|Case Pack Height||16.26 in||41.30 cm|
|Case Pack Weight||22.99 lb||10.43 kg|
|Case Pack Quantity||1|
|Packaging Length||15.00 in||38.10 cm|
|Packaging Width||15.00 in||38.10 cm|
|Packaging Height||32.00 in||81.28 cm|
|Packaging Weight||23.00 lb||10.43 kg|
|Country of Origin||China|
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