What is the origin of the DC version of a supercan? This is one of the most boneheaded designs I have ever seen. It is extremely top heavy (height to width ratio with most of the base being wheels), only takes small width tall kitchen bags and will only stand on completely flat surfaces.
The old regular trash cans worked fine and these seem to offer no benefit to the DPW workers accept the lids cannot come off.
I have never been a fan of these, but with the wind this year……………….I want Blood!”
Hahaha, it’s a very good question. Any engineers out there think think this is actually a useful/good design? When did these cans go into circulation? Anyone remember what was used before these?
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