Trash Receptacles from The Park Catalog are available in many sizes shapes and materials. We specialize in commercial trash receptacles for outdoor and indoor use. Many of our trash receptacles come with matching cigarette receptacles and we also offer a complete selection of stand ashtrays and wall mounted ashtrays.
A growing concern around the world is what to do with waste. Whether overseas or in your own backyard, pollution is becoming major problem. One of the best ways to contribute to the cleanup of the environment is by focusing on the litter in your own community. This is why it is important for people to set up commercial trash cans.
What makes commercial trash cans stand apart from residential ones is that commercial trash cans are set up for the public's use. Because people will litter in public areas if there are no commercial receptacles around, it is imperative that communities take the initiative to prevent the accumulation of waste by providing commercial trash cans.
When choosing outdoor commercial receptacles, it is important that they are mounted in order to prevent theft and ensure stability against bad weather. If the space you want to place the trash can in is limited, then it is a good idea to select a wall mounted trash can. Not only can they be used indoors and outdoors, but can be placed in almost any location. Wall mounted commercial trash receptacles are typically smaller and lighter than most public trash cans and usually use poly trash bags so that they are easier to maintain.
In- ground mounted trash cans are used in places with softer ground surfaces like grass and dirt. They are ideal for areas like parks, schools, sport fields, and court yards. Surface mounted trash cans are good to use on solid surfaces like sidewalks. Smaller surface mount trash cans usually are mounted to a pole while larger surface mount trash cans are often mounted at the base. Because of the harsh environment outdoor commercial receptacles are susceptible to; they are typically made out of durable materials like fiberglass, plastic, aluminum, steel, and concrete.
It is critical that when setting up a commercial trash can you find the right material. For instance, if vandalism is an issue in your community, then a steel trash would work best. If you live in a wet area, then the best choices are recycled plastic, galvanized steel, and stone aggregate because the moist atmosphere will not affect them. If the area is populated with a large number of animals, then lids should be used.
Next, it is important to place your commercial trash receptacles in heavily populated areas where litter will collect fast and in clear sight. People do not need to search for a trash can. You should also place trash cans in lesser populated areas like parking lots and bathrooms. Also, it is crucial that your trash cans are large enough for your location. If there is a large amount of people in the area, then you should choose commercial receptacles with a larger capacity to hold waste.