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What Can I Fill My Roll Off Container With?
Extra Charges? Surprised emails about overages or items that you placed in your rental? Don't let those other companies fool you. Here's a list of common items that they don't want you knowing about because charging you more works for them, not your budget. Trust us when we say we don't need to play hide and seek with those type of fees. Ever.
If you're ever uncertain about what you can place in your dumpster, bin or container, give us a call! Extra charges and fees never fly with us so any charges will normally originate from the landfill or designated area that your rental will be taken to for disposal. So below, you'll find a list of items that we've built over years of providing affordable dumpsters across the entire United States of America. You bet we're proud to say that!
**Note that this is a comprehensive list that does not apply to every city or state that we service due to federal, state and local regulations.
Brush & Limbs
Glass & Mirrors
Glass Wire (Optical Fiber)
Insulation Material & Ceiling Tiles
Lumber & Wood
Signs, Mailboxes, Awnings
Vinyl siding & Structural Fabrics
Pallets & Crates
Pipes & Plaster Boards
Structural Steel & Plastic
Non-Motorized Large Toys
*** Items on this list are subject to change at any time due to what a landfill may or may not accept in your area as well as state and local regulations. To save time and money, we ask that you specify upon ordering your rental, the amount of items you will be disposing, the various types of waste & debris you'll be filling it with an estimated weight. These will be approved and will be listed on your receipt for reference and verification purposes such as disputing overage or mixed content charges.
** Dirt, Clay, Rocks
** Sand, Gravel, Silts
** Tile, Coverings, Granite
** Bricks & Masonry Blocks
** Hardened Concrete
** Shingles & Roofing Materials
** Stumps & Logs (Must be cut down to 4 ft pieces )
** Note when ordering a roll off container for the items listed above. We have dedicated dumpsters specifically for these and do not allow mixing. Charges will be added as we have different containers for mixed debris & waste to help keep them cleaner and safer. Additionally, these items can be reused and recycled so will automatically be taken elsewhere. If the content of the container is contaminated, or mixed with any other items, charges may and will automatically be added onto your account.
** NO FOOD GARBAGE OR FOOD CONTAINERS - HOUSEHOLD/FOOD/OFFICE
** NO VEHICLE TIRES
** NO APPLIANCES (White goods)
** NO MATTRESSES OR BOX SPRINGS
** NO LIQUIDS: Wet materials such as cement, paint, or plaster are not allowed
** NO ELECTRONICS: NO TV's, VCR's, RADIO'S, DVD's OR ELECTRONIC DEVICES
NO DVD, CD, OR DISCS
NO COMPUTERS OR MONITORS
NO COMPACT FLUORESCENT LIGHTS
NO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL
NO EXPLOSIVE MATERIAL
NO DRUMS - PLASTIC OR METAL
NO CHEMICALS OR THEIR CONTAINERS
NO PESTICIDES OR THEIR CONTAINERS
NO RAILROAD TIES OR CREOSOTE POLES
NO WASTE CONTAMINATED WITH PETROLEUM (i.e Oil cans, absorbents containers, parts, tar sealants)
NO WASTE CONTAINING PRESERVATIVES
NO SOIL, DIRT, CLAY OR SAND CONTAMINATED WITH ANY UNAPPROVED CHEMICALS OR PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
NO MATERIAL CONTAINING ASBESTOS
NO PALLETS OR CRATES MARKED WITH LETTERS "MB" (PESTICIDE METHL BROMIDE ARE NOT ACCEPTED)
** Some landfill companies will accept these items for an additional charge per item. Please consult a Customer Service Rep if you plan to dispose of any items on this list. Prepayment is required to avoid being charged a PROHIBITED FEE if found during disposal.
Any other item or material prohibited by local, state and/or federal regulations
Sludge from industrial processes or sludge containing free moisture
Infection waste, except as provided by N.C. Solid Waste Management Rules. "Infectious waste" means a solid waste capable of producing an infections disease. The types of waste designated as infectious are microbiological waste, pathological waste, blood products and sharps.
Hazardous wastes - "Hazardous waste" means a solid waste or combination of solid wastes that due to its quantity, concentration or physical, chemical or infectious characteristics, may cause or significantly contribute to an increase in mortality or an increase in serious irreversible or incapacitating, reversible illness; or pose a substantial present or potential hazard to human health or the environment when improperly treated, stored, transported or disposed of or otherwise managed. Such items may be:
*Burning or Smoldering materials
*Construction and Demolition debris
*Flammable and volatile wastes
*Raw sewage sludge, septic tank pumping, or raw manure
Lead-acid batteries - accepted at Multi-Material Recycling Facilities
Pesticide containers - accepted at Multi-Material Recycling Facilities
Aluminum beverage cans - accepted at Multi-Material Recycling Facilities
NO BAGGED ITEMS - LANDFILL DISPOSAL RATES WILL INCREASE/ Please ensure paper & light weight items are weighed down or in cardboard box so they do not fly out of container while driving.