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Pilot Rock BPR2 Bear Resistant Trash and Recycling Receptacle

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Series Overview

Model BPR2 Bear Resistant Trash and Recycling Receptacle With 2 Modules is designed … and tested … to keep bears out.  It has been CERTIFIED by the Living With Wildlife Foundation (LWWF) and the Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center (GWDC) using the Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee (IGBC) protocol.

The un-bear-able features include:

CONSTRUCTION: All heavy 14 ga. steel fabrication.  Round shape provides structural strength.  Ships fully assembled.  Receptacle sits up off the ground for extended service life.

STANDARD EQUIPMENT: Includes 36-gallon heavy duty rigid plastic liners.  Six-point surface anchor base with ½” x 5” concrete screw anchor bolts included.  Unit must be anchored to be bear resistant.

FRONT ACCESS DOOR: The front door design provides easier access to the liner inside and more installation location options.  On Model BPR2 the door release latches are on the outside of the receptacle.  Two latch points keep the door tightly closed.

LARGE HATCH OPENING: 16-inch diameter hinged hatches open up for easy depositing of trash.  The extra wide hinge keeps the round lid from twisting.  The hatch edge is vinyl trimmed for safety and provides a more weather tight seal.  The spring loaded trigger release for hatch is covered to limit access to human fingers only.

Product Details

CSI Division: #<CsiDivision:0x000000000f5beff0>
CSI Division Title: Site Trash and Litter Receptacles
Manufacturer's Brochure: http://www.pilotrock.com/userdocs/specs/bpr2_72__bpr3_108.pdf
Product Cut Sheet/Specs/Demo: http://www.pilotrock.com/userdocs/specs/bpr2_72__bpr3_108.pdf

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