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Toter

Model # 025548-01GRS

Internet # 100203923

48 Gal. Green Wheeled Trash Can

$126.49 /each

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The Toter residential curbside heavy duty trash cart is a 2 Wheeled garbage container with a molded-in axle and attached lid. Toter carts are manufactured through their patented advanced rotatIon al molding process using medium density polyethylene. This allows for added rigidity and extra material in critical wear areas, creating their patented rugged rim at the top edge and the wear strip at the bottom of the container. Toter carts offer a service life expectancy virtually double that of other brands and each comes with a 10-year warranty. They are ANSI certified, the preferred choice of profession al haulers and are compatible with automated or semi-automated collectIon waste truck lifters. For the homeowner, the industry's best tilt-to-roll ratio and easy maneuverability create an effortless roll to the curb. The large ft. print and aerodynamic design create a superior wind and set-down stability. The trash carts are available in 32, 48, 64 and 96 Gal. sizes. A distinctive Greenstone textured finish masks normal wear and tear and keeps your Toter looking new for years.

  • Advanced rotational molding process results in a 15 to 20-year service life and 10-year warranty
  • Durable carts are equipped with 2 rugged wheels and a molded in axle for easy tilt/roll and sturdy maneuvering over any terrain
  • Universal design is compatible with automated and semi-automated Curbside collection waste truck lifters
  • Lid is attached to keep contents inside
  • Distinctive greenstone finish masks normal wear and tear and keeps cart looking new for years
  • Manufactured with polyethylene using up to 50% recycled content
  • 48 Gal. capacity perfect for indoor or outdoor use

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.) 
28.75 
Product Height (in.) 
37.5 
Product Width (in.) 
23.5 

Details

Bucket/Tub Material 
Plastic 
Capacity (gallons) 
48 
Color Family 
Green 
Indoor/Outdoor 
Outdoor 
Lid/Top Mechanism 
Hinged 
Professional/ Residential 
Professional,Residential 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Trash and Recycling Features 
Handle(s),Wheels 

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Is this compatible with the fully automated garbage trucks and semi automated cart lifters?

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March 5, 2016
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Our collection service is able to use this with the lifters on their trucks. There seems to be a standard configuration that many cans use.
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It appears to be compatible. But I would get the larger size. Check with your township or community,
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Chicopee MA
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February 3, 2015
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Yes as far as the semi automated cart lifter. That is what my collection company uses which is why I bought this product,
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October 26, 2014
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Absolutely - no doubt - that's one of the reasons I bought this brand. I no longer have to worry about putting out two flimsy cheap garbage cans half- full and hope the trash guy doesn't have too much trouble trying to lift them with the automated lifter. This 48-gallon size is perfect for my needs and the trash guy seems to like it ...as he doesn't have to get out of his truck every other time like Read More
Absolutely - no doubt - that's one of the reasons I bought this brand. I no longer have to worry about putting out two flimsy cheap garbage cans half- full and hope the trash guy doesn't have too much trouble trying to lift them with the automated lifter. This 48-gallon size is perfect for my needs and the trash guy seems to like it ...as he doesn't have to get out of his truck every other time like before.
I can load this baby up with the heavy stuff and never a problem - sure makes my trash day morning easier.
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Yes it is... Cart meets ANSI Standards for safety and for lifter compatibility...
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Does the lid latch in any way?

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Boston, MA
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I'm not allowed to use garbage cans over 48 gallons so the bear proof cart isn't doable for me. I only have racoons (no bears) and they seem to be deterred by a simple latch mechanism. Is there one on this or any of your small-ish sized carts?

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March 5, 2016
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There's no built-in latch, but there is a lip under the front of the lid, so you could easily stretch a bungie cord or ratchet strap from the push handle to the lip to keep things secure.
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Not equipped with a latch but you might be able to fabricate one
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There is no latch on the lid. The lid is heavy black plastic - attached at the handles so you simply lift it up and it flips back to open. Since these are designed for the automated lifting mechanisms they are using on trash trucks nowadays - a lid latch is not typically part of the design as the lid obviously needs to swing open when being dumped.
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There is no latch on the lid. The lid is heavy black plastic - attached at the handles so you simply lift it up and it flips back to open. Since these are designed for the automated lifting mechanisms they are using on trash trucks nowadays - a lid latch is not typically part of the design as the lid obviously needs to swing open when being dumped.
That being said, these are heavy-duty trash cans that are significantly more resistant than your typical trash can when it comes to being blown over by the wind or tipped over by raccoons. I would expect a raccoon would have a difficult time getting up high enough to be able to lift the lid or knock over a partially-filled can like this.
But those raccoons are clever I will admit, so for added measure, you could secure the lid by using a long bungee cord (or a short bungee cord and a piece of rope) from the middle of the handle across the lid and halfway down the front to the metal lift bar located there. On trash day, you would just remove the bungee cord when you roll it out to the curb. Read Less
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No. It's fairly heavy and just lies there.
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I'm sorry - at this time there is not one offered with a latch. I have seen homemade versions, such as eye-bolts and short chain with a thumb clasp at the end. Wish I could be of more assistance....
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How much does this can weigh?

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Niagara Falls, NY
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May 30, 2016
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How tall is the 48g vs 32g and difference in depth for both. Need to place under workbench.
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about 23 pounds
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Not too sure about the exact weight, however I can move the 48 gallon trash can in and out of my vehicle with no struggle.
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15 to 17 pounds
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The 48g Toter 2-wheel cart weighs 23.50 lbs. It has a load rating of 168 lbs. The 32g cart weighs 19.75 lbs and has a load rating of 112 lbs. Hope this info helps...
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Is the lid hinged on one side

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Yes very study hinge
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YES the back
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The lid is hinged on each side (two sides). You can find a better visual of how the lids attach here: http://www.gotoparts.com/79248
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Yes, it is hinged.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 186 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love it Exactly as described, sturdy and easy to maneuver. July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Does the job Got this can for the wheels and lid. Sturdy construction, well made. If you have more than 3 bags of trash a week I suggest going up to the next size. July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good Product for trash The Toter is well constructed and sturdy. With the attached lid, no more chasing the lid down the street. July 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by worth every pennie Needed a new trash can this one was worth every penny I spent on it. You would end up spending that much on 3 or 4 new cans after the trashman throws it around a few times. Love yet!! June 28, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Sturdy trash can We purchased this model after the wheels on our previous trash wheelie bin were recently ripped off during the municipal trash collection process. Prior to that, handles on its predecessor bins had similarly been torn off, rendering those useless. In researching options for a new trash can, and looking round our neighborhood on trash collection day, it was clear that this particular one has become a popular item. The can appears very sturdy, and its design makes it easily manoevrable even when full. So far, just 4 stars, because we don't know yet how durable it will be. But I am hopeful time will prove it deserves all 5 stars! May 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 48 gallon wheeled trash can These trash cans will last for years. The last ones I bought lasted 12 years and were nowhere near the quality of these. I bought 2. Thanks very much!!!!! June 29, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by nice trash can this is a heavy duty can that looks like it will last if you want a can that will hold up a while get this looks nice for a trash can June 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Thumbs up Great design, good quality, recommend this size (48gal.) to a small household. June 7, 2016
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