Rental guidelines for filling your dumpster container
Plan in advance. What needs to be disposed? Large items are more space. Small items make become heavier. Where is the dumpster going? Are there any wires or tree limbs that hang low? Do you have room for the dumpster? Do you need access to the door? Will you have access to your garage door and or driveway? The dumpster needs to be placed is a hard flat surface. Do you have a tarp to cover the dumpster during the rain or winter months? Arrange payment ahead of tie. We won’t deliver if not paid. Be safe while loading dumpster.
Find the right spot.
We won’t drive on your lawn even if you are okay with it. If dumpster is placed on lawn it will damage the lawn, please keep that in mind. If you want dumpster on lawn we are not responsible.
Do not move.
Please call us if you need the dumpster moved for any reason. Do not attempt to move the dumpster from its original drop-off location.
Do not overload.
The load must be level with the sides of the dumpster.
No hazardous waste.
Hazardous waste should never be put in a dumpster. The list of non-dumpster items includes TVs, refrigerators, paints, solvents, asbestos, liquids, and other chemicals and toxic materials. These items must be disposed of properly. Talk to your local government agency to get more information on proper hazardous waste disposal in your area.
No forbidden materials.
Other prohibited items include, and are not limited to, liquids, solvents, chemicals, Freon, batteries, paint cans (unless dry), biohazards, medical waste, propane tanks, asbestos, lead painted materials, dirt, equipment containing gas or oil.