Sustain Containers are a decorative and adaptable recycling solution made to improve your facility's sustainability compliance.
Rubbermaid Commercial Products Sustain Containers are a decorative and adaptable recycling solution made to improve your facility's sustainability compliance. Modular system allows the container stations to be customized and grow with each recycling program's needs. Restrictive waste stream openings and colored labels provide easy visual cues for patrons, making recycling easier and improving compliance with growing regulations.
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.
view this product in AR:
1. Must be on a smartphone or tablet to view in AR.
2. Go to the image gallery and select "View 3D Model" and then select "View Product in AR".
3. Follow instructions in the AR product viewing window to successfully place the product in your space.
4. Move the product, walk around with the product, and take photos to visualize the RCP product in your space in real-time.
|Product Length||16.54 in||42.01 cm|
|Product Width||20.87 in||53.01 cm|
|Product Height||39.37 in||100.00 cm|
|Product Weight||30.90 lb||14.02 kg|
|Case Pack Length||21.00 in||53.34 cm|
|Case Pack Width||16.50 in||41.91 cm|
|Case Pack Height||38.00 in||96.52 cm|
|Case Pack Weight||38.90 lb||17.64 kg|
|Case Pack Quantity||1|
|Country of Origin||China|
Sustain Recycling Station Brochure
Sustain Spec Sheet
Decorative Refuse Catalog
Proposition 65 is an initiative originally approved by CA voters to address their growing concerns about exposure to toxic chemicals. It became the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986, better known by its original name of Proposition 65. Prop 65 requires the State of CA to publish a list of chemicals known to cause cancer or birth defects or other reproductive harm, etc. The chemicals include additives or ingredients in pesticides, common household products, food, drugs, dyes, or solvents. The program is administered by The Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) which is part of the CA Environmental Protection Agency. Where required, warnings must be included with the product’s labeling.