We recently supplied a customer with a 30 yard dumpster. When it was time to pickup the container the truck driver found the dumpster overloaded with dirt. He could not even attempt to pickup the load which likely weighed over 60,000 pounds. Do not overload your dumpster rental! The customer had to order two additional 20 yard dumpsters and off load the excess dirt into those containers. This cost the customer an additional day of equipment rental on top of the dumpster costs. You can not overload a dumpster so please talk with us if you are unsure what size dumpster you might need for a job.

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Where Does the Trash Go in Atlanta?

When you toss something in the garbage, you may never stop to wonder where it goes next. Or maybe, you join your kids’ excitement when the garbage truck comes – but never question where it goes after your neighborhood.  Atlanta produces 17.4 million tons of trash every year! That’s nearly the total weight of an […]

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Where Does the Trash Go in Washington, D.C.?

You may not stop to think about your trash after it makes its way to the trash can, but what exactly happens next?  The District of Washington reported that in 2018 the Department of Public Works (DPW) collected 1,139,846 tons of waste and recyclables – including tires, hazardous waste, yard trimmings, biofuel, and waste-to-energy. Waste […]

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Where Does the Trash Go In Philadelphia?

When you have something you never want to see again, all you need to do is throw it away, and it vanishes forever. But when we think about it, we know it has to be more complicated than that. And it is! Keep reading to learn what happens to the trash that Philadelphians throw away. Reducing […]

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