Decorative Litter Containers

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Toter decorative litter containers are a great addition to any park, town, retailer or other outdoor area. Like all Toter carts, Toter litter containers and decorative trash cans are constructed using our Advanced Rotational Molding process for maximum durability and impact resistance. Our decorative trash cans are available in six granite colors that mimic the look of natural stone.

  • Base can be weighted for improved stability and to deter theft
  • Custom graphics available
  • Available in 45 gallon and 60 gallon sizes
  • Bag holder straps hide unsightly can liners
  • Hollow base holds up to 75 lbs. of sand for stability
  • 60 gallon model has 4 easily accessible openings
  • Textured granite surface provides an attractive, durable finish
  • Automate (A-Model) collection helps eliminate potential injuries and improves productivity
  • Our containers provide the highest value compared with other plastic, metal or concrete litter containers

IIS 7.5 Detailed Error - 403.14 - Forbidden

Internet Information Services 7.5

Error Summary

HTTP Error 403.14 - Forbidden

The Web server is configured to not list the contents of this directory.

Detailed Error Information
Error Code0x00000000
Requested URLhttp://
Physical PathD:\home\\wwwroot
Logon MethodAnonymous
Logon UserAnonymous
Most likely causes:
  • A default document is not configured for the requested URL, and directory browsing is not enabled on the server.
Things you can try:
  • If you do not want to enable directory browsing, ensure that a default document is configured and that the file exists.
  • Enable directory browsing using IIS Manager.
    1. Open IIS Manager.
    2. In the Features view, double-click Directory Browsing.
    3. On the Directory Browsing page, in the Actions pane, click Enable.
  • Verify that the configuration/system.webServer/directoryBrowse@enabled attribute is set to true in the site or application configuration file.
Links and More Information This error occurs when a document is not specified in the URL, no default document is specified for the Web site or application, and directory listing is not enabled for the Web site or application. This setting may be disabled on purpose to secure the contents of the server.

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