Dumpster rental service is a crucial aspect of many commercial and residential projects. Home renovations, backyard cleanup, demolition project, and even commercial construction project may all require dumpster rental service. That being said there are a few guidelines one should follow, when it comes to what can be placed in a dumpster:
What can go in a Dumpster Rental:
• Old furniture
• Old mattresses
• Discarded household items
What can’t go in a Dumpster Rental:
• Wet concrete
• Wet paint
• Any other liquid
• Caustic chemicals or hazardous materials
• Propane tanks
• Used batteries
As the picture suggests, sometimes it is even necessary to dispose of old dumpsters and other trash receptacles. In this instance, it is ok to place a dumpster in a dumpster. To better explain, this picture was taken on a dumpster holding yard, and metal recycling facility of LDR’s Atlanta based partner. The discarded dumpster was processed as recycled metal.
Recently, there has been excessive rainfall in and around Milwaukee, Wisconsin, that has lead to severe flooding. A “state of emergency” has been declared in Milwaukee, and several cities close by. Residents are urged to use extreme caution around flood waters, and drive only when absolutely necessary. To report flood damage residents can dial 211 and speak directly to a community representative. Callers will be asked for their contact name and number, an address of the damaged property, the name of the property owner or renter, a monetary estimate of damages, and a percentage of damages covered by insurance.
The city of Brown Deer, Wisconsin has provided dumpster rental service for local residents to dispose of contaminated items. Carpet, drywall, flooring, and tiles should all be placed in a dumpster immediately, following flood contamination. The dumpsters will be placed around town, giving residents free access to the disposal receptacles.