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Toter

Model 025596-01GRS

Internet #100208798

Store SKU #444916

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96 Gal. Green Wheeled Trash Can

$89.98 /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 rotational 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 professional 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 footprint and aerodynamic design create a superior wind and set-down stability. The trash carts are available in 32 Gal., 48 Gal., 64 Gal. and 96 Gal. sizes. A distinctive Greenstone textured finish masks normal wear and tear and keeps your Toter looking new for years.

  • 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
  • Advanced rotational molding process results in a 15 to 20 year service life and 10 year warranty
  • Manufactured with polyethylene using up to 50% recycled content
  • 96 Gal. capacity

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Is it possible to paint on these cans?

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December 17, 2015
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While it is possible to paint these trash carts...spray paint works best...Toter does offer carts in a variety of colors (solid and granite) and sizes.
The problem is...Home Depot and other retailers...do not stock them nor will they special order them, meaning that the special colors would be purchased strictly by municipalities and disposal companies.
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March 13, 2015
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I have painted on my can with primer. It was a little runny so I took the time to dab up the drips and it is still on there.
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February 3, 2015
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Use spray paint formulated for plastic.
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December 10, 2014
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I have not tried (yet) but have had very good luck with spray can paint for plastics (Home Depot and hardware stores) with other items.
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August 29, 2014
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yes
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August 26, 2014
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If you take care in prep of the can and use the correct paint
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August 21, 2014
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I believe it is possible to paint these waste cans, but why would you want to paint them?
The color they are now blends in very well with the environment.
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August 20, 2014
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Hey panda,
Yes, you can paint over the trash can, the key is to prime it first.
I'd recommend a primer that would stick to the surface, like an oil or shellac based primer. Examples would be Kilz Exterior or Cover Stain by Zinsser.
Once you put the primer on it, you can paint it with whatever top coat you'd like. If you didn't do primer, the paint can't properly adhere to it, and it can fail by Read More
Hey panda,
Yes, you can paint over the trash can, the key is to prime it first.
I'd recommend a primer that would stick to the surface, like an oil or shellac based primer. Examples would be Kilz Exterior or Cover Stain by Zinsser.
Once you put the primer on it, you can paint it with whatever top coat you'd like. If you didn't do primer, the paint can't properly adhere to it, and it can fail by chipping within a short amount of time.
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Does the lid just sit on or does it latch closed? We've had trouble with raccoons prying open our previous trash containers.

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January 4, 2016
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I used to have this problem. Discovered if I stored my can far enough from any objects, such as another can, they had nothing to sit on while opening the can.
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December 17, 2015
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There is a version available that is bear resistant and Home Depot can special order it. That particular cart is very expensive, so, first consider alternative methods of securing the lid.
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July 7, 2015
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The lid for this container just sits on the unit with a hinge at the back. Raccoons could still easily pry this unit open
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June 3, 2015
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Hi gtlmll, the lid does not latched closed for this product. A great suggestion for this product is to use the bungee cord solution. However - we appreciate the feedback and our engineering team understands this issue with the raccoons is common...you are not alone, and we want to help!
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June 2, 2015
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They do come open easily. We have had several customers with a raccoon problem. The best option at this point is to use a bungee cord with the hooks on either end. Wrap one end around the horizontal metal pole on the front and put a small hole in the lid that the other end of the bungee can latch into and this will secure it and raccoons will not be able to get into it.
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June 1, 2015
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The lid is hinged on but there is not a latch.
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I want to use this trash can for rain water storage - is it water-tight, or can I seal it so it is water-tight?

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January 14, 2016
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The one person must not of read the entire question.
They want to use it for Rain Water, not for Drinking Water as stated in the one persons answer. I think they are sturdy enough to hold Rain Water and also for other storage and trash uses,etc..
Why would anyone want to use it to store drinking water in anyway??
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I have seen one in the garden center at the store that had filled up with rainwater so yes, they are water tight.
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The 96g Toter 2-Wheel Cart is not sold as 'water-tight'.... nor is it implied. That being said, the rotational molding process creates a strong body with no stress cracks or holes. I imagine that you could use an after market 'sealant' to ensure this application.
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No, I would not use this trash can for water storage. I assume that you want to store drinking water in this can. It's made for trash...the lid fits loosely, and does not seal. The plastic is not ( in my opinion ) safe for storage of water or food to be consumed by humans or pets. I hope this helps.
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Looks like my city's "automated" rubbish and recycle bins. Can anyone report if their city pick-up uses their truck to empty?

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MY TRASH COLLECTOR USES A LIFTING DEVISE AND IT WORKS WELL. THEY LIKE ME USING THIS CAN, ESPECIALLY FOR HEAVY ITEMS.
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I am guessing you could use this container instead of buying one from the trash haulers. The one company that is all over the country now with the blue containers charge $15 to bring one of the 96 gal. totes to your location.
you would need to check with your local trash company to see if you can use your own container if it is the same size or style that they use their trucks to pick up.
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December 17, 2015
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I don't quite understand the question. The city should have guidelines about weather or not you will need to purchase your own cart(s), the models, sizes and colors. Some municipalities will provide each residential address a regular cart and recycling cart, so, contact City Hall or check their website for the specific details.
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 104 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Big Trash Can Very big can, i asked my trash company 3 times for a second can and still no can came heck with it i bought my own! Very durable and is the same size as the ones the trash companies give there customers. July 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Hard to get excited about a trash can, But... This is the kind that you can buy once and never have to think about again. As far as I'm concerned, that's worth 5 stars. Attached lid will never blow away and get lost. It's also easy to open/shut with one hand while you have a heavy load of trash in the other. The only time I remember thinking about this can was the week when we missed pickup, and the extra week of trash still fit in a single can. Even though it's big, it's very stable and easy to maneuver. That same week, my wife (5'1" and 40 weeks pregnant at the time) had no trouble wheeling 2 weeks worth of trash down to the street. August 16, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Not pretty, just functional How do you review a garbage tote?--see title above! August 9, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Works well We give it heavy use and it stands up to the task. August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product I am very happy with this product. It is sturdy and large, which is exactly what I was looking for August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Rugged and Practical It's a great can for trash. Our family of 6 produces a lot so we depend on a quality can that's easy to take to the road for pickup. Saves on a lot of monthly rental fees. July 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by just what i needed Looking for replacement trash can and I found it. Works great July 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect Well built. Nice and big! Highly recommended!! Fits lots of trash or recycling June 14, 2016
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