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Change the icons back to the original set of icons ("set one") to see whether the problem disappears. If it does, it would seem likely that the needed icon is missing from the set of icons you found on the web ("set two").
Identify the name of the icon that is present in set one and displayed when the trash can has contents.
Inspect set two to verify that an icon of that name is missing. If so,
Edit the "trash can" icon in set two to make a "trashcan full" icon and save it to set two with the proper specified name for the "full trashcan" icon.
I'm not an icon expert, but it makes sense: "places" holds the normal icons and "status" holds the icons that show a change from the normal or expected status.
As to why the new iconset is not showing a change of status, I'm now fresh out of ideas. Just shooting in the dark, are the icon names exactly the same, including case and underlines and dashes and anything like that?