Commercial Zone Square Waste Container with Dome Lid, 42 Gal (Choose Your Color)
About this item
- Outdoor trash can with a lid
- Environmentally friendly and made from recycled polyethylene
- Large 42-gallon capacity
- Durable design won't rust, chip or dent
Get a heavy-duty waste container that's ideal for indoor or outdoor use with the Commercial Zone® Square Waste Container with Dome Lid (Choose Your Color).
Is It Durable?
The Commercial Zone Square Waste Container with Dome Lid is designed to withstand the harshest environments. The covered dome lid with access on both sides is not only convenient but also protects garbage from exposure to outdoor elements and creatures. The outdoor trash can with lid is also environmentally friendly; it is manufactured from recycled polyethylene plastics. Using recycled plastics is an optimal way to cut down on the number of plastics that crowd landfills and even habitats in the environment.
Is This a Large Outdoor Trash Can?
The Commercial Zone Square Waste Container with Dome Lid offers a large 42-gallon capacity and uses standard 45-gallon sized trash bags. The patented Grab Bag® system provided by this outdoor trash can secures the trash bag in place to offer a neat appearance. No crinkled corners of the trash bags will stick out to create an unattractive, undesirable aesthetic. Also, the lid on this outdoor trash can fits snugly but is able to be easily lifted off in order to conveniently remove the trash.
Easy to Clean
This outdoor trash can with a lid is easy to clean. All you have to do to clean the can is simply wipe it with a cloth and water. Also, the can is made in the USA.
The durable polyethylene used to make this outdoor trash can won't rust, chip or dent. Meanwhile, the color of the can won't fade over time, and the rounded edges with a textured look create an attractive trash receptacle. Polyethylene is the most used and most dependable plastic in the world. It's used for an extremely wide variety of products because of its trusted durability. The plastic was first invented in the early 1950s by German and Italian scientists.