Designed exclusively for Magnuson Group by QDesign, Valuta standing waste receptacles present a design aesthetic to complement contemporary buildings, offices, classrooms, and patient facilities—private or public. These include commercial, institutional, and light industrial buildings; corporate, governmental, and professional; healthcare; hospitality venues; retail stores; schools and universities; transportation terminals; and entertainment and recreational facilities.
Valuta is readily distinguishable for its architectural, rectilinear appearance through a range of models. Waste and recycling units stand alone or can be arranged in multiple patterns for sorting waste by category, for recycling, and to fit available spaces and pedestrian flow.
The Valuta waste receptacle body is constructed of sturdy, lightweight, recyclable steel with a variety of low VOC powder-coat colors; and available in 20- and 40-gallon capacity units that can be coordinated to each application. Three pivoting top options may be ordered, along with icon references to facilitate sorting of food waste, paper, cans, and bottles. All Valuta models come standard with an internal bag holding system for secure bag holding and quick bag changing; and are also available with optional rigid plastic liners.
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