TuffBoxx Lockable, Animal-Resistant Containers – Keeping Waste In and Animals Out!

Manufactured in Princeton, ON, the TuffBoxx family of lockable, animal-resistant, secure storage containers were built to keep waste in and animals out. Available in capacities to hold 4, 6 or 8 waste bags, they are ideal for curbside collection or intermediate storage of waste and recyclables in rural areas including residences, cottages, vacation homes, businesses, and more. They are constructed of galvanized steel for strength and rust resistance and finished with a textured powder coat paint for aesthetics and durability. Top load access models feature gas shocks for safe and easy lid control to avoid pinched fingers, while lockable lids ensure security in all environments. With capacities from 13 to 25 cubic feet, our TuffBoxx containers are versatile for a variety of uses beyond waste and recycling. They have been used for storing sports field equipment, dock or beach equipment, agricultural feed, equestrian tack, firewood, and more. 

Each TuffBoxx design undergoes rigorous testing, even with grizzly and polar bears. The smaller base models will keep smaller animals such as racoons, squirrels and rats out and will provide resistance to small black bears.  For Certified Bear Resistance, Bear Guard Brackets can be added.

Whether you are looking to keep animals out of your trash, a place to store your boating gear, or even a solution for all your kids outdoor toys, TuffBoxx has you covered.

For further information, visit www.tuffboxx.com, call (800) 387-6318, or contact us via e-mail at sales@peml.com

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