Frequently Asked Questions

Anything considered Hazardous Waste. Here are some examples.
Paints: paints, lacquers, and even their cans sometimes contain harmful elements. Mercury and lead are the most common culprits.

Motor oils: oils that are used in vehicles and industrial equipment are generally considered to be hazardous.

Asbestos: this is a highly dangerous mineral fiber that was once used to make construction materials more flame-resistant. It was used for ceilings, roofing, flooring, insulation, and more primarily in structures built before the late 1970s.

Batteries: the chemicals, metals, and corrosive materials in batteries can pose a serious threat. This is particularly true for car batteries, which have a lead-acid composition.

Video Display Devices (TVs, Monitors, ETC)

Fuels: petroleum and gasoline are highly flammable and for that reason alone, they are banned at landfills. Unusable fuels can be disposed of at a local hazardous waste center.

Promoting environmental stewardship, especially in today’s “green” society is appreciated by all. Making sure you have a clear understanding of what it is you can dispose of beforehand will help us eliminate serious issues after the fact.

Regardless of the term that you rented the dumpster for, as soon as you are physically done, call us. Even if it may be after hours, you can leave a voicemail to have the dumpster removed. Do not assume we will automatically come and take the dumpster away. The only rental that is automatically picked up is a 7-day rental and if you are all done in 5 days, call us, we will pick it up early. Once you call, we will come anytime between an hour after you call and up to a couple of days after that. In most cases, removals are out in a matter of 24 to 48 hours. 
If you have any other questions, please feel free to call us any time at: 603-366-1511


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