Bears can’t get a grip on 2-unit bear-proof trash receptacle
When a bear gets into trash receptacles in a park or other municipal site, city officials face a BIG mess and a BIG problem. The two-unit bear-resistant receptacle from Pilot Rock can be used to collect trash and recyclables at the same time.
The product (photo below on left) has been tested and certified by the Living with Wildlife Foundation and Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center; the tests show that it keep bears out. The bear can’t get a grip on the flush-fitting top hatches and front access door. The unit’s heavy-gauge welded steel construction (no rivets) stands up to abuse. Each unit includes two heavy-duty 36-gallon capacity liners. The product is also available in the firm’s new recycle blue textured powder coat finish.
Pilot Rock Park Equipment is designed and manufactured in the U.S. by R.J. Thomas Mfg. Co. Inc., Cherokee, Iowa, since 1959. The Pilot Rock product line includes picnic tables, pedestal grills, park and street site benches, campfire rings, bike racks, trash and recycling receptacles and lids, lantern poles, custom signs and more. You can shop online at this site.