Dumpster - Accepted Materials

What can’t I put in a dumpster?

We ask that you don’t place anything that is toxic, flammable, or electronic into our dumpsters.

This includes things such as:

Aerosol cans
Aerosol cans contain toxic and flammable contents. Even if the can is empty, there will still be toxic chemicals inside the can.

Hazardous materials and infectious wastes
Any kind of hazardous materials such as, but not limited to: infectious, industrial, medical, and radioactive wastes are not to be disposed of in our dumpsters. This also applies to asbestos, antifreeze, herbicides, pesticides, propane tanks, 20 & 50 gallon drums, tires, oil, used oil filters and oil absorbents, solvents oil and lead based paints, paint thinners, fluorescent bulbs and ballasts flammable liquids.

We don’t accept any items that contain Freon (such as refrigerators and air conditioners). These appliances will have to be donated to a local appliance recycling service.

Home electronics and batteries
Anything that plugs in cannot be disposed of in our dumpsters. This applies to common household items, such as: televisions, computers (desktop, laptop, netbook and tablet computers), desktop printers (including those that scan, fax and/or copy), computer monitors, computer accessories (including keyboards, mice, speakers, external hard drives and flash drives), DVD players, VCRs and other video players (i.e. DVRs), fax machines, cell phones, and microwaves. These items can contain mercury and other environmentally harmful materials, so we recommend that you take these items to a nearby e-waste recycler.

Cleaning supplies and chemicals
Household cleaning chemicals should never be disposed of in a dumpster or dumped down the sink.

Most of the above items are recyclable. 

Size Cost
10 Yard Dumpster $299.99 Plus Tax
15 Yard Dumpster $299.99 Plus Tax
20 Yard Dumpster $429.99 Plus Tax
30 Yard Dumpster $599.99 Plus Tax
40 Yard Dumpster $799.99 Plus Tax