Over 50 in stock (as of 02/24/2017 12:13 PM)
Within the Continental USA
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Due to its weight and or fragility, this item must be shipped via truck. We believe that you should not have to accept any item that does not arrive in perfect condition. In the rare event that this item arrives with visible damage, simply refuse the package and you will be issued a full refund upon return of the item. The above quote is our flat rate for the continental 48 states to your door for single man delivery (no stairs). Please contact us for a quote if you have special requirements such as stairs, narrow doors, or would require more then one person delivery.
Slim Jim Waste Container offers an easy way to remove and replace can liners. Venting channels reduce force required to lift full can liners up to 68 percent. Molded-in pull-thru holes with can liner "cinch" hold liner in place. Integrated molded-in base grips provide additional control when lifting or dumping. Side handles make handling easy while maintaining a small footprint.
Recycled Content: 0%
Assembly Required: No
Environmentally Friendly: Yes
Country of Origin: United States
|Manufacturer||Newell Rubbermaid, Inc|
|Manufacturer Part Number||354060BK|
|Manufacturer Website Address||http://www.rubbermaid.com|
|Product Line||Slim Jim|
|Product Name||354060 Slim Jim Waste Container with Venting channel|
Slim Jim Waste Container offers an easy way to remove and replace can liners. Venting channels reduce force required to lift full can liners up to 80 percent. Molded-in, pull-thru holes with can liner "cinch" to hold liner in place. Integrated, molded-in base grips provide additional control when lifting or dumping. Side handles make handling easy while maintaining a small footprint.
|Product Type||Waste Container|
|ProductTitle||Rubbermaid 354060 Slim Jim Waste Container with Venting channel - 23 gal Capacity - Rectangular - 30" Height x 11" Width x 22" Depth - Black|
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This product was added to our catalog on Friday, February 24, 2017.