Do’s & Don’ts of Dumpster Rental

Renting a dumpster is a convenient, cost-effective and easy way to dispose of commercial, residential and industrial trash, unwanted junk or construction materials. However, there are rules and regulations regarding the types of materials that can be dumped. Take a look at what can and can’t be placed in a dumpster. Know these important rules with APA Junk Removal! 

Renting a dumpster can be a hassle if you don’t know what the rules of using a dumpster rental are, some restrictions depend on specific locations. Some rules can vary by state, city or county. 

There are some limits to what can be put in a dumpster, and there are even some specialty dumpsters for specific materials that cannot be mixed in an individual dumpster with other items. Let’s take a look at some of the rules of renting a dumpster. 

In this industry, there is a variety of rules on what can go in a dumpster and what cannot. Most people think that everything can go in a dumpster, but you cannot just put anything into the dumpster rental. 

There are some items that you cannot put in a dumpster for safety reasons such as asbestos that should always be handled by professionals because it spreads easily through the air or cleaning products that can be harmful to the environment. 

Furthermore, vehicular fluids aren’t allowed in dumpster rentals. You should dispose of them in a safe, legal and ethical manner in order to avoid contamination. 

What You Can Put in a Roll-off Dumpster 

In a dumpster, you can place most types of household junk, remodeling, and construction debris. Know what materials are typically allowed in a dumpster. Here is the list of what you can place in a dumpster:

  • Recyclable materials such as plastic, aluminum, paper products, etc. 
  • Yard Waste
  • Electronics
  • Furniture 
  • Renovation & Construction Debris 

What You Can’t Put in a Roll-off Dumpster 

There are certain things that you cannot throw in a dumpster. If it’s toxic, flammable, hazardous or corrosive, it’s a known fact that those materials aren’t permitted in a dumpster. Here’s a list of what you can’t place in a dumpster:

  • Batteries 
  • Tires 
  • Asbestos
  • Motor Oils
  • Pesticides & Herbicides 
  • Aerosol Cans 
  • Cleaning Products 

If you want to learn more about the do’s and don’ts of dumpster use or if you are still unsure whether a specific material is allowed or not, please don’t hesitate to call APA Junk Removal and one of our representatives will gladly clarify any doubt you may have. Call us Now!

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