How to Order a Dumpster and Why
1. Consider Reasons for Disposal
Owners and managers can resolve these issues by learning how to order a dumpster. In other cases, such as for hazardous waste, they will need to dispose of certain materials through other specialists such as recycling centers.
2. Avoid Hauling Trash to a Curb
Items that cause bins to overflow
Containers that exceed weight limits
Debris that is only collected on certain days
Junk that causes obstructions for the garbage truck
E-waste such as old computers
Dangerous chemicals and pollutants
Bulky materials such as couches, mattresses and refrigerators
Trash that cannot be accessed by the garbage truck
3. Contact Local Government About Hazardous Waste Facilities
Construction and home renovation projects often require specialized waste removal, especially for old structures that are being retrofitted to meet new building codes and standards. Large chunks of concrete, for example, will likely be left behind by standard waste collectors. People who need further information should contact their local government for guidance. Failure to comply with these requirements can lead to fines, which is why it’s essential to understand how to order a dumpster.
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4. Take Inventory
5. Sell Old Items
One solution is to post these items on classified ad websites or conduct a yard sale. It all depends on how fast the owner needs the items to be liquidated. Those people not moving have more time to assess each item, whereas sudden relocation requires quick liquidation. Consider charities with drop-off locations. In some cases they will provide a receipt that can be used for tax deductions.
6. Prepare for Clearing Out Excess Materials
7. Contact Us for Junk Removal
Rent the dumpster for a few weeks and load it up then we’ll come by to remove it. Whether it’s general, household or office junk, we specialize in taking unwanted used items off the community’s hands. We can handle moving big items from furniture to construction debris, but we do not remove hazardous materials. Essentially, we can remove any size cleanup, since we use large container sizes that range from 10 to 40 cubic yards. Our service area includes Bristol, Norfolk, Plymouth and Suffolk Counties.