Magical Trash
When you need to throw away a LOT of trash, consider this triple-sized unit over at Casey’s Corner.

The middle unit is used to store cleaning supplies and additional garbage bags.  

// Walt Disney World, Magic Kingdom, Main Street USA, Casey’s Corner, 2014

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When you need to throw away a LOT of trash, consider this triple-sized unit over at Casey’s Corner.

The middle unit is used to store cleaning supplies and additional garbage bags.

// Walt Disney World, Magic Kingdom, Main Street USA, Casey’s Corner, 2014

[Source: Morgan Crutchfield. Used by permission.]

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Thanks to the Carolwood Foundation, Walt’s Barn has been preserved.

And yes, it features trash cans!

// Walt Disney’s Carolwood Barn, Los Angeles, 2014

[Source: George Taylor and Jeff Heimbuch. Used by permission.]Visit MagicalTrash.com • Follow on Twitter - Facebook - Google+

Thanks to the Carolwood Foundation, Walt’s Barn has been preserved.

And yes, it features trash cans!

// Walt Disney’s Carolwood Barn, Los Angeles, 2014

[Source: George Taylor and Jeff Heimbuch. Used by permission.]

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Bay Lake Tower features trash cans branded with the revised Disney Vacation Club logo, rather than the specific property location.

// Walt Disney World, Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort, 2014

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Bay Lake Tower features trash cans branded with the revised Disney Vacation Club logo, rather than the specific property location.

// Walt Disney World, Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort, 2014

[Source: Jeremiah Good. Used by permission.]

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Did you know that The Family Circus clan are big fans of Disney trash cans?  This comic from August 11, 1978 seems to indicate as such!

[Source: Passport to Dreams Old & New. Scan Used by Permission.]Visit MagicalTrash.com • Follow on Twitter - Facebook - Google+

Did you know that The Family Circus clan are big fans of Disney trash cans?

This comic from August 11, 1978 seems to indicate as such!

[Source: Passport to Dreams Old & New. Scan Used by Permission.]

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Are you feeling “artsy” today?

// Walt Disney World, Magic Kingdom, Backstage, Performing Arts Staging Area, 2014

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Are you feeling “artsy” today?

// Walt Disney World, Magic Kingdom, Backstage, Performing Arts Staging Area, 2014

[Source: Name Withheld Upon Request. Used by permission.]

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Gone: PUSH the Talking Trash Can2/10/14

The Orlando Sentinel and the Walt Disney World cast information system have confirmed that PUSH the Talking Trash Can is a “Permanently Closed” attraction in the Magic Kingdom.

You will recall that these closure rumors first appeared last week, with an eventual denial from Disney, noting that the entertaining talking can "isn’t going anywhere."  

It appears that is no longer the case.

We don’t have any more information to report beyond the above at this time.  It’s always sad to see iconic elements leave the theme parks.  If any of the involved parties would like to share their stories, we’re all ears!  In the meantime, we’ll continue to focus on those trash cans that don’t walk and talk.

Gone: PUSH the Talking Trash Can
2/10/14

The Orlando Sentinel and the Walt Disney World cast information system have confirmed that PUSH the Talking Trash Can is a “Permanently Closed” attraction in the Magic Kingdom.

You will recall that these closure rumors first appeared last week, with an eventual denial from Disney, noting that the entertaining talking can "isn’t going anywhere."

It appears that is no longer the case.

We don’t have any more information to report beyond the above at this time. It’s always sad to see iconic elements leave the theme parks. If any of the involved parties would like to share their stories, we’re all ears! In the meantime, we’ll continue to focus on those trash cans that don’t walk and talk.

Update on PUSH the Talking Trash Can2/7/14

Per Jason Garcia and Matt Mauney of the Orlando Sentinel: “Disney spokesperson says there’s “nothing to” rumors that PUSH the talking trash can is getting laid off. Says PUSH “isn’t going anywhere”.”Original Story:2/5/14

As first publicly reported by Orlando Attractions Magazine, the moving & talking robot known as PUSH the Talking Trash Can is slated to be phased out of Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom on Saturday, February 8.

Since that time, we’ve been able to independently confirm this information with our sources as well.  

It should be noted that the inventor of PUSH is also one of his operators, and is a contract employee that is hired by Disney; he’s not directly employed by the Mouse.  

The talking trash can debuted on February 18, 1995, which means he’s been in the park for close to 19 years — and even was honored with his own iPhone case.  The PUSH technology was also used in Disney’s Animal Kingdom at one point, under the name of PIPA the Talking Recycling Can, as well as in Anaheim, Tokyo, Paris, and Hong Kong.
PUSH’s creator contacted us a few years ago, noting that he was a fan of Magical Trash.  In the end, this may be a situation that depends on positive contract negotiations for this piece of Tomorrowland entertainment to continue.

We’ll keep you posted on any new developments.  If you have additional information you’d like to share, don’t hesitate to use our Contact Form.  As always, your information is kept confidential unless you state otherwise.Visit MagicalTrash.com • Follow on Twitter - Facebook - Google+
Update on PUSH the Talking Trash Can
2/7/14

Per Jason Garcia and Matt Mauney of the Orlando Sentinel: “Disney spokesperson says there’s “nothing to” rumors that PUSH the talking trash can is getting laid off. Says PUSH “isn’t going anywhere”.”



Original Story:
2/5/14

As first publicly reported by Orlando Attractions Magazine, the moving & talking robot known as PUSH the Talking Trash Can is slated to be phased out of Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom on Saturday, February 8.

Since that time, we’ve been able to independently confirm this information with our sources as well.

It should be noted that the inventor of PUSH is also one of his operators, and is a contract employee that is hired by Disney; he’s not directly employed by the Mouse.

The talking trash can debuted on February 18, 1995, which means he’s been in the park for close to 19 years — and even was honored with his own iPhone case. The PUSH technology was also used in Disney’s Animal Kingdom at one point, under the name of PIPA the Talking Recycling Can, as well as in Anaheim, Tokyo, Paris, and Hong Kong.

PUSH’s creator contacted us a few years ago, noting that he was a fan of Magical Trash. In the end, this may be a situation that depends on positive contract negotiations for this piece of Tomorrowland entertainment to continue.

We’ll keep you posted on any new developments. If you have additional information you’d like to share, don’t hesitate to use our Contact Form. As always, your information is kept confidential unless you state otherwise.

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Update on PUSH the Talking Trash Can2/5/14

As first publicly reported by Orlando Attractions Magazine, the moving & talking robot known as PUSH the Talking Trash Can is slated to be phased out of Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom on Saturday, February 8.

Since that time, we’ve been able to independently confirm this information with our sources as well.  

It should be noted that the inventor of PUSH is also one of his operators, and is a contract employee that is hired by Disney; he’s not directly employed by the Mouse.  

The talking trash can debuted on February 18, 1995, which means he’s been in the park for close to 19 years — and even was honored with his own iPhone case.  The PUSH technology was also used in Disney’s Animal Kingdom at one point, under the name of PIPA the Talking Recycling Can, as well as in Anaheim, Tokyo, Paris, and Hong Kong.
PUSH’s creator contacted us a few years ago, noting that he was a fan of Magical Trash.  In the end, this may be a situation that depends on positive contract negotiations for this piece of Tomorrowland entertainment to continue.

We’ll keep you posted on any new developments.  If you have additional information you’d like to share, don’t hesitate to use our Contact Form.  As always, your information is kept confidential unless you state otherwise.Visit MagicalTrash.com • Follow on Twitter - Facebook - Google+

Update on PUSH the Talking Trash Can
2/5/14

As first publicly reported by Orlando Attractions Magazine, the moving & talking robot known as PUSH the Talking Trash Can is slated to be phased out of Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom on Saturday, February 8.

Since that time, we’ve been able to independently confirm this information with our sources as well.

It should be noted that the inventor of PUSH is also one of his operators, and is a contract employee that is hired by Disney; he’s not directly employed by the Mouse.

The talking trash can debuted on February 18, 1995, which means he’s been in the park for close to 19 years — and even was honored with his own iPhone case. The PUSH technology was also used in Disney’s Animal Kingdom at one point, under the name of PIPA the Talking Recycling Can, as well as in Anaheim, Tokyo, Paris, and Hong Kong.

PUSH’s creator contacted us a few years ago, noting that he was a fan of Magical Trash. In the end, this may be a situation that depends on positive contract negotiations for this piece of Tomorrowland entertainment to continue.

We’ll keep you posted on any new developments. If you have additional information you’d like to share, don’t hesitate to use our Contact Form. As always, your information is kept confidential unless you state otherwise.

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Now this is some CanFan awesomeness!Can you identify the 4 different Walt Disney World trash cans that were used to make this collage photo?

// Walt Disney World, 2014

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Now this is some CanFan awesomeness!

Can you identify the 4 different Walt Disney World trash cans that were used to make this collage photo?

// Walt Disney World, 2014

[Source: Ryan Bartlewski. Used by permission.]

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"Have Some Pride. It’s Your World, Too."

This phrase was spotted on a backstage trash can at the Magic Kingdom, shot during the Walt Disney World Marathon.

// Walt Disney World, Magic Kingdom, Backstage, Walt Disney World Marathon, 2014

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"Have Some Pride. It’s Your World, Too."

This phrase was spotted on a backstage trash can at the Magic Kingdom, shot during the Walt Disney World Marathon.

// Walt Disney World, Magic Kingdom, Backstage, Walt Disney World Marathon, 2014

[Source: Daniel Wanderman. Used by permission.]

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