Choosing the correct dumpster for your project shouldn't be done without consideration. You want to get a dumpster that is large enough to hold all of your waste, but one that isn't too large for your job, resulting in you paying for unused space within the container. Companies will often be able to give you a rough estimate for the size of dumpster needed for your job specifics. The following dumpsters have a variety of options for size, recommended uses and price points.
Refuse and Recycling Blog
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Trash collection is a necessary service whether you own your business or simply need garbage removed from your curbside in front of your home. After receiving trash containers from a private collection company or the public works department of your city, you might realize that you in fact need more receptacles. Obtaining more containers is usually pretty simple. The questions is, how long will it take to get one?
At John's Refuse, we offer a wide variety of container rentals to fit your needs. All of which include: Front load, Rear load, Roll off octagon compactor, Self contained compactor, Vertical compactor and Stationary compactors.