What Materials Rental Dumpsters Can and Cannot Hold
What Waste Should You Recycle And Throw In The Trash? Rental dumpsters can be used to dispose of a lot of different materials including recyclable materials, household items, yard waste, construction and demolition waste, and hazardous waste.
Dumpster rentals can hold recyclable materials like biodegradable trash, food and kitchen trash, bottles, can, books, magazines, newspapers, and plastics.
If household items are being gotten rid of, renting a dumpster can be very helpful. A dumpster can be filled with old furniture, tables, carpets, appliances, clothes, refuse from the attic and garage, etc.
Yard waste consists of leaves, grass clippings, brush, branches, twigs, plants, and yard trimmings.
Construction And Demolition Waste
The construction and demolition waste that a dumpster rental can hold consists of: scrap metal, carpeting, and other debris.
It is against the policy of dumpster rental companies for customers to put hazardous waste materials inside their dumpsters. These materials include: tires, some liquids, paint, flammable items, chemicals, spray cans, pesticides, and fertilizer. Some dumpster rental companies also do not allow batteries, electrical waste material, televisions, computers, monitors, and other items that need special handling inside their dumpsters.