UltraSite designs and develops commercial trash receptacles for facilities across North America and the world. Our trash receptacles are designed to last years outside in any type of weather and with very little maintenance. Utilize our filtering tool to the left to curate our commercial park receptacles to meet your needs.
Madison Receptacle - Ipe Wood
Thermoplastic Receptacle Kit
About Our Commercial Trash Cans & Receptacles
UltraSite’s trash receptacles maintain their appeal during their lifetime to improve the quality of your outdoor spaces and reduce litter. Our premium collection offers a series of aesthetic trash receptacles with an improved design and materials.
Commercial trash receptacles developed by UltraSite range in materials such as thermoplastic coated trash receptacles, powder-coated trash receptacles, wood trash receptacles and recycled plastic trash receptacles. We pride ourselves on creating products that are sustainable, using eco-friendly wood and plastics. We also have different sizes to suit your specific waste receptacle needs. Our options include, 20, 32, 36, 40, 55, and 60-gallons sized commercial trash receptacles.
Best Places to Install Outdoor Trash Receptacles
At UltraSite, our outdoor trash receptacles aim to reduce litter and recklessly distributed waste at universities, malls, offices, parks, and apartments.
One of the best ways you can educate students on litter reduction is to lead by example. Place trash cans and recycling bins around campus to encourage students on how to be good stewards of the environment. At UltraSite, we offer plenty of outdoor trash receptacles and recycling recycling bins that are heavy-duty and built to withstand the elements.
Keep your shopping center or mall clean with commercial trash receptacles. Many places will place outdoor trash receptacles outside of entryways and exits. This encourages shoppers to throw away trash that could inevitably end up in parking lots or surrounding landscaping.
Installing commercial trash receptacles in parks is key to reducing litter. Parks littered with trash have the potential to cause a lot of damage to the native plants and animals. Buying trash receptacles for your park help keep the park clean and visitors happy.
It’s important to install enough trash receptacles depending on the size of your park. Many parks will place them at the start of trailheads, parking lots and restrooms. If possible, park staff should place trash receptacles along walking paths in easily accessible areas.
Keep in mind that park staff needs to reach trash receptacles in order to empty them. If trash receptacles go un-emptied, they may overflow.
When constructing an apartment complex, it's important to place trash bins near resident buildings and parking lots to minimize litter. An apartment complex is home for many people, so installing trash receptacles and recycling bins keeps it looking clean and appealing to potential new residents.