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Bins that combine venting and cinching features with durability

Rubbermaid Commercial Products (RCP) has launched vented Brute refuse containers, combining the proven durability of Brute containers with new venting and cinching technology and improved ergonomics.

The latest addition to RCP’s refuse and recycling portfolio, vented Brute containers improve productivity and efficiency with four new venting channels that create airflow.

This air circulation makes removing liners up to 50 per cent easier by eliminating the vacuum effect that occurs when lifting liners out of traditional containers.

Integrated cinches secure bin liners easily, so less time is spent tying knots to tighten liners. Contoured base handles improve grip, reduce strain and improve efficiency when emptying containers, making cleaning easier.

“Brute containers have been a hallmark of Rubbermaid Commercial Products for more than 45 years,” RCP Vice-President of Marketing Kristine Sickels said. “With every lift, drag and drop, they have outlasted and outperformed thanks to our proprietary design and the highest-quality materials.

“With vented Brute containers, we are raising the bar even higher, aiming to make the job of cleaning easier and reducing the time and effort needed to manage refuse streams.”

The vented Brute containers’ new technology is designed around four built-in venting channels that create airflow throughout the container. This air circulation eliminates the vacuum effect that occurs when lifting out liners in traditional containers. By reducing the pull force required to lift out liners by up to 50 per cent, vented Brute containers improve productivity and also reduce the risk of injury.

Brute containers also feature commercial-grade construction, guaranteed to never fade, warp, crack or crush. The reinforced base is engineered for dragging across rough surfaces and the rim features an integrated rib structure to increase strength.

The vented Brute refuse container is also NSF 2 and 21 compliant and is USDA Meat and Poultry Group listed.

Bins that combine venting and cinching features with durability

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