Glutton® Recycling Container Brown


The Rubbermaid Commercial Glutton® Trash Can is ideal for high-traffic areas.

  • Large capacity garbage can
  • Can be used with Glutton trash bin lids
  • Measures 25-1/2" x 22-3/4" x 31"



The Rubbermaid Commercial Glutton® Trash Can is perfect for high-traffic areas and large crowds. Built to withstand extreme weather and rough handling, it features a hold-down base that can be filled with sand or water for added stability

Features and Benefits:

  • Large capacity garbage can
  • Can be used with Glutton trash bin lids
  • Measures 25-1/2" x 22-3/4" x 31"


Product Length23.25 in64.77 cm
Product Packaging Width20.30 in57.79 cm
Product Packaging Height29.00 in79.07 cm
Product Packaging Weightn/a
Case Pack Length26.25 in66.68 cm
Case Pack Width23.25 in59.06 cm
Case Pack Height48.00 in121.92 cm
Case Pack Weight67.90 lb30.80 kg
Case Pack Quantity4
Packaging Length64.77 cm
Packaging Width57.79 cm
Packaging Height79.07 cm
Capacity56.00 gal
Material TypeResin
Country of OriginUSA


Certifications & Regulatory Information


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