What can I put in my dumpster?
Dumpsters can be used for general waste which is typically anything involved with a general cleanup around the house and property that is neither liquid nor of a hazardous nature.
What can’t go in the dumpster?
Hazardous waste can not be placed in the dumpster. This includes TV’s, monitors, fridges, paints, solvents, liquids or any asbestos. To dispose of any of these materials you need to contact your local county office. They will be able to provide you with a contact who can dispose of anything hazardous or not accepted in your dumpster (i.e. household garbage and food waste).
What do I do with hazardous chemicals?
You cannot put any hazardous waste into the dumpsters. Anything of a hazardous nature should be disposed of carefully with the right procedure. If you are unsure of how to dispose of any hazardous waste you need to contact your local counties hazardous waste department.
Which waste types are serviced?
Household Debris, Clean Construction Debris, Clean Concrete, Soil / Dirt, Stump and Brush.
What is Household Debris?
Light commingled waste from a house hold cleanup. DO NOT PUT: Dirt, bricks, concrete, food waste, asbestos, hazardous waste, chemicals, insulation materials, liquids, gas bottles, tires, mattresses, computer monitors or hard drives, or any electrical equipment with plugs.
What is Clean Construction Debris?
Wood, Plaster, Insulation, Styrofoam, Tiles, Ceramic Goods, Sheet Rock/Drywall.
What is Clean Concrete?
Concrete ONLY. DO NOT PUT: Anything other than clean concrete in this receptacle. NO dirt, bricks, asphalt or ceramics. No other waste can be mixed in this dumpster. Additional charges will apply if other waste is placed in this dumpster.
How high can I fill the dumpster?
Dumpsters can be filled level to the top.
How much weight can I put in the dumpster?
This depends on the size of the dumpster. During the ordering process you are told the weight limit for each different dumpster size.