Sunday, November 22, 2009

Commonly Asked Questions for Trash Dumpsters

Dumpster Rental Tips

What Type of Hazardous Waste is Accepted?
Contact your Dumpster Rental Provider regarding hazardous waste material.

What is Household Debris?
Furniture, clothes, tables, chairs, boxes, mattresses, sofas, plastic-ware, books, chairs, washers, dryers, carpet, etc.

What is clean concrete?
Concrete without wire or re-bar.

What is stump and brush?
Tree branches must be less than 6 feet in length and tree stumps must be shredded to mulch or less than 6 inches in diameter.

What can I put in my dumpster?
Dumpsters can be used for variety of waste material. You can put tree stumps, tree branches, concrete, asphalt, household debris, and other material but not hazardous waste material. Some of this material you should not mix. You can get better pricing if certain material is disposed separately such as concrete, asphalt, dirt, rock, gravel etc....

What can not go in the dumpster?
Hazardous waste such as TV’s, monitors, solvents, paint, asbestos. tire, electronic wastes (computer, monitors, keyboards, etc), and light bulbs.

How high can I fill the dumpster?
Dumpsters can be filled to the top level.

What if I have two different waste types? Can I mix them?
The only dumpster in which you may mix more than one waste type is the household debris dumpster. If you have a large volume of material such as concrete, dirt, rock, asphalt, etc, we highly recommend that you do not mix them household debris. There is a special container - lowboy dumpster - that is used to haul away concrete, dirt, rock, asphalt, etc.

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Sunday, November 8, 2009

Dumpster Rental Tips

Before you rent a dumpster, review our dumpster rental tips prior to renting your dumpster. These steps provide excellent information to get you on the right track in securing the right equipment for the right price.

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