Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

The Pink Cart is a part of Cascade Cart Solutions’ effort to curb breast cancer. The roll-out trash and recycle carts are available in three sizes - 35-, 64-, and 96-Gallons - and in one color - pink! Cascade contributes $5 of each Pink Cart purchased to the American or Canadian Cancer Society's breast cancer initiatives. Pink Carts are manufactured of 100% recyclable, high-density polyethylene, and are designed to work universally with both semi and fully automated collection systems. All carts come with a 10-year warranty.

Each time a Pink Cart is purchased, Cascade Cart Solutions contributes $5 of the cost of each cart in the U.S. to the American Cancer Society's breast cancer initiatives. In Canada, a $5 contribution goes to the Canadian Cancer Society's breast cancer research.

The Pink Cart is a product of Cascade Cart Solutions—an industry leader in designing, developing, and manufacturing residential and commercial products for solid waste and recycling collections. Cascade Cart Solutions is a division of Cascade Engineering, a company founded on the belief that business can be both profitable and socially responsible. The Pink Cart program is an illustration of that commitment.

Cascade Cart Solutions offers The Pink Cart in three sizes (35-, 64-, and 96-Gallons). You can get your Pink Cart through one of the options listed on the How to Get One page. Various sizes are offered by several haulers and distributors across the country. If you have any questions about how to get your Pink Cart, email us

Check out our How to Get One page and use our templates to write to your hauler, inform your friends, and spread the word on your social networks.

Sharing is easy, so send us your best Pink Cart pics! When it comes to people in the photo, there’s just one request: no one inside the Pink Cart, please. It’s scary, and someone could get hurt.

1) Open an account

You’ll need to register two accounts: Yahoo and Flickr (If you’re already a Yahoo user, use your existing account). You’ll quickly receive an email from Flickr that contains a link to your new account.

2) Join the Pink Cart Group

Open your new Flickr account page and follow the instructions for completing profile and password information. Then, locate “Groups,” one of the blue menu buttons in the top menu bar. Select “Find A Group” and enter “Pink Cart.”

Upload your Pink Cart photos to your Photostream (via your camera USB or your computer) and follow the Flickr instructions for saving and posting your photos.

3) Submitting the photo to a group

Click “Send to group” and choose The Pink Cart.

You can also email your photos to your Flickr account. You have a unique email address that you can use to add your photos to your Flickr photostream or to upload photos to your Flickr photostream and automatically post them to your blog.

If you have questions, check or for help.

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