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Size:5 Gallon

Steel Heavy-Duty Butt Cans, with a self-extinguishing design, can be positioned easily near entryways to encourage proper cigarette disposal. These slim-styled cigarette receptacles, only 11.5" in diameter, take up minimal space while offering a safe, convenient way to keep unsightly litter out of view. The base and neck tube of the outdoor ashtray is made of durable, fire-safe galvanized steel, and is finished in tough powder coat paint for rust resistance. A polyethylene topper on the outdoor cigarette container keeps rain out and identifies the receptacle for cigarettes only. To empty the contents, simply untwist the compression nut where the neck tube meets the base. There are no separate screws to lose! The rugged, industrial look makes these Butt Cans ideal for factories, backdoor entrances, alleyways, loading docks, service and repair shops, and more. Designed and manufactured in the USA.

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