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Coastwide Professional™ 12-16 Gal. Trash Bags, Low Density, 1 Mil, Black, 250/Carton (CW21760)

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Item #: 901-364785
  Model #: 21760-CC
Brand: Coastwide Professional
Coastwide Professional™ 12-16 Gal. Trash Bags, Low Density, 1 Mil, Black, 250/Carton (CW21760)
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Conceal garbage with this 250-count carton of Coastwide Professional™ black low-density trash bags. Keep workplaces free of office and food waste with these trash bags. The black coloring blocks refuse from sight, ideal for preserving privacy and disposing of sensitive materials. Low-density plastic resists stretching under the weight of heavy loads, and the tear-resistant design makes carrying sharp items easy. These Coastwide Professional™ black low-density trash bags fit in small garbage receptacles and hold up to 16 gallons of waste so you can go longer before emptying.
  • These 12-16 gal. capacity super heavy strength bags ideal for all trash applications, including heavy industrial trash
  • Low-density and 1 mil thick bags keeps heavy and wet trash and prevents from stretching holes in the bag
  • Contains 250 trash bags per carton
  • Dimensions: 31"H x 24"W
  • Made from linear low-density polyethylene (LLDPE) in black coloring to keep contents hidden
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Scented : Unscented Color Family : Black Trash Bag Type : Liner Trash Bag Strength : Medium
Bags per Box : 250 Trash Bag Thickness (mil or mic) : 1 mil. Max Trash Bag Capacity (Gallons) : 16 Trash Bag Capacity (gal.) : 16
Brand : Coastwide Professional Customizable : No
Weight : 1.00 lbs. per Box

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