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Toter Adds Two Organics Containers to its Offerings

The expansion of its organics offering is the latest in Toter's efforts to provide a broad range of solutions.

Toter, a Wastequip brand and a manufacturer of two-wheel carts for curbside collection of waste, recycling and organics, has added 2-gallon and 13-gallon organics containers to its line of products.

The 2-gallon organics container is designed to fit under a kitchen sink, on top of a kitchen counter, or inside a cabinet door for easier food scrap collection. Equipped with top and bottom hand grips and a wall mountable design, the container also features a snap tight lid to lock in odors. It is dishwasher safe.

The 13-gallon organics cart is designed to hold one week’s food waste from a single family residence to be placed at the curb for collection. It features large handles and heavy duty wheels and is engineered with a latch for added security and an optional animal lock.

“The addition of the 2-gallon and 13-gallon containers helps round out our organics offering for haulers and municipalities. Collecting and moving heavy, wet organic waste collection is challenging,” Jeniffer Coates, director of Toter product development and warranty, said in a statement. “Toter’s new organics containers are designed to make it easier for residents to collect organic waste in their home and easily transport that waste to the curb for pickup.” 

The expansion of its organics offering is the latest in Toter's efforts to provide a broad range of solutions aimed at handling everything from traditional municipal solid waste and recyclables to waste streams that require specialized bins and containers.  

Toter’s new organics containers are backed by a five-year warranty. Both containers are available in a variety of custom colors, lids and logo options. The custom lid options include solid lid, vented lid and lid hole.

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