Securr Introduces New Food Court Waste Receptacle

Securr Introduces New Food Court Waste Receptacle

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Ontario, CA / ACCESSWIRE / June 23, 2014 / Operators of food courts and outdoor dining areas will be pleased to discover the latest product introduced by Securr. The trashcan manufacturer recently designed and produced an attractive high-quality steel Food Court Waste Receptacle. The durable container is made from corrosion-resistant galvannealed steel and painted with a tough powder coat which make it ideal for outdoor dining areas. Its lockable, side-opening service door makes emptying the contents convenient and safe. The Food Court Waste Receptacle is available in six different standard colors as well as optional custom colors so it can readily fit into a variety of establishments. In fact, the receptacle can even be used as a Towel Return Bin for hotel gyms and swimming pools.

All Securr bins can be configured with a wide variety of graphics options including logo panels, advertising panels, vinyl wraps, and decorative punched or laser cut images.

Securr’s new Food Court Waste Receptacle is designed to hold up under hard commercial use. The door hinges are heavy-duty piano hinges with stainless steel pins. The steel housing and doors are manufactured from heavy gauge material and the finish is resistant to humidity, ultraviolet rays, abrasion, and chemicals. These sturdy containers are designed to provide a long service life.

Securr is a leading waste disposal container source. The company designs and produces its own proprietary  trash can designs at its facility in Southern California using high-tech computer systems and manufacturing equipment. The company sells directly to the customer without a middleman. This allows Securr to deliver high-quality products at great prices.

The new Food Court Waste Receptacle is available for $347 on the company’s website (www.trash-cans.com). For an additional $80, optional spring-loaded doors can be installedto keep odors in and animals or insects out. Special pricing is available for customers who order more than 25 units. Shopping on Securr’s user-friendly website is safe and the company accepts a variety of payment options. For those who prefer to ask questions or make purchases over the phone, the company’s customer service representatives can be contacted from 8 AM to 5 PM PST.

About Securr

Securr is part of Compumeric, a California-based diverse business with a history that includes the production of aircraft components, lighting, and contract manufacturing. Securr is not the company’s only contribution to the waste collection industry. Compumeric’s “BearSaver” product line is the undisputed world leader in animal-resistant trash and recycling containers. Securr is able to draw on this vast experience in designing and producing new waste container products. The new Food Court Waste Receptacle is a result of all that experience and should be an attractive new option for food courts where aesthetics and durability are key factors.

For more information, contact the company directly:

Securr
Steve Thompson
Ontario, California 91761
(888) 671-7066
steve@bearsaver.com

 

SOURCE: Securr 

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