Dumpster Rental in Stamford, CT
Bin Prices That Won’t Put You In The Poor House
Why We Offer Unique Roll Off Dumpster Service In Stamford:
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- Call us right now for same day service in Stamford and surrounding cities
- We provide construction rolloffs for any size job
- A headache free ordering process. And it takes just 2 simple steps
- A wide variety of rental bin sizes to choose from
- A FAQ page to answer any questions you may have about how we operate our business
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We take pride in offering the lowest prices anywhere in Stamford and beyond. Our competition can’t sleep at night because they know they can compete on any level with our company.
- An easy to use dumpster weight calculator that ensures accurate pricing
- We can help you get rid of both residential and construction materials
- Our rolloff bin units can dispose between 2-5 tons of debris
- Rent any container for 14 days or longer
- Wholesale front load unit prices that are so low you will lbe amazed
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10 Yard Dumpster (2 TONS) 4,000LBS
20 Yard Dumpster (3 TONS) 6,000LBS
30 Yard Dumpster (4 TONS) 8,000LBS
40 Yard Dumpster (5 TONS) 10,000LBS
Landfill Location Stamford, CT
Stamford is a city that is located in Fairfield County in the state of Connecticut. Residents of Stamford can drop off their household trash at the Katrina Mygatt Recycling Center. However, while this drop off service is free, it is only open to vehicles with residential license plates. Also, residents are only allowed to drop off a maximum of 200 lbs. of waste materials each day.
Katrina Mygatt Recycling Center
130 Magee Ave
Stamford, CT 06902
(203) 977 – 4117
Monday to Friday; 7:30 AM to 3:00 PM
Saturday; 7:30 AM to 3:30 PM
Residents of Stamford can also make use of the Stamford Transfer Station for their waste disposal needs. This facility is open to residential vehicles that have up to 200 lbs. of garbage free of charge. If you are disposing of over 200 lbs. of garbage in one day, then you will be charged accordingly.
Stamford Transfer Station
1 Harborview Ave
Stamford, CT 06902
(203) 977 – 4620
Monday to Friday; 6:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Saturday; 6:00 AM to 2:30 PM
The Stamford Recycling and Sanitation Division provides residents of Stamford with convenient curbside trash collection services on a weekly basis.
Stamford Recycling and Sanitation Division
888 Washington Blvd
Stamford, CT 06901
(203) 977 – 4117
Recycling In Stamford
The Stamford Recycling and Sanitation Division provides residents of Stamford with convenient curbside recycling collection services on a weekly basis.
Residents of Stamford can also drop off their recyclables at the Katrina Mygatt Recycling Center.
In addition to this, residents of Stamford can also make use of the Stamford Transfer Station for the disposal of their recyclables.
Interesting Facts About Stamford
Stamford with its population of 123,000 residents makes it the 7th largest city in New England and the 3rd in the state. Outside of New York City, Stamford is one of the largest financial districts in America. Settled in 1641, the city is home to Oracle, Nestle Waters, and UBS to name just a few major corporations. The city is also is one of the most highly educated towns in America. The residents can enjoy close to a dozen beautiful parks and branches of 3 universities, including the University of Connecticut. Stamford also has a very vibrant interior design and arts community.
Household Hazardous Waste
Stamford residents can drop off any and all household hazardous waste that they have at the household hazardous waste recycling events that are managed by the Stamford Recycling and Sanitation Division.
Residents of Stamford can drop off their yard waste (leaves, branches, grass, etc.) at the Katrina Mygatt Recycling Center.
The Benefits Of A Landfill
When most people think of a landfill they don’t always come up with pretty description. Thoughts are conjured up of foul smelling, contaminated, eyesores, with no real gain for the community or society as a whole. But that is the dump of old we remember has children.
The landfill of today is an engineering marvel with many attributes that are positive for a city or county. Because of stringent controls and laws initiated by the EPA, landfills are cleaner, safer, and actually supplying energy to the surrounding communities. Our water is safer and the air we breath is cleaner as a result of these controls. And one of these benefits is methane gas.
The landfill’s emitted gasses which are made up of 40-60 percent Methane and 40 percent Carbon Dioxide. Not a combination conducive to a healthy environment. The gas comes from the breakdown of microorganisms.
Because this mixture can be both a blessing and curse, there are systems in place that keep a watchful eye on the levels of gasses being sent into the air. The bad is that these gasses are hazardous and the good, is they can also be used to generate electricity.
These gasses are monitored by flame ionization detectors. It is by law under The Clean Air Act that landfills must install these devices. Surface, subsurfaces, and the ambient air must be constantly tested. Owners and operators of landfills must ensure that methane gas levels do not exceed 25 percent.
How Landfills Use Methane Gas For A Greener Environment
Landfills that are utilizing processes to harness the methane gas have installed on site, both steam and micro turbines, and in some instances, fuel cells. As a result, electricity is made right on the site. Then it is transferred to local power companies.
Using a system of pipes the gas is sent through natural gas pipelines. One more major benefit is that the capturing and then selling the methane gasses will lower everyone’s energy costs. So it’s a win-win for us all.
Another dangerous waste that landfills produce is leachates. However, this danger can be eliminated by evaporation by using heat that steam turbines produce.
The great news is that the environment is greatly improved by using systems like those described above. Greenhouse gasses are lowered and the air we breath becomes cleaner.
Though the methods used to capture methane gasses is costly and without some controversy. Which is not in the realm of this particular article to talk about, at least there is some technology at work trying to find solutions to the quality of the air we breathe and the water we drink.
Any advancement in technology that moves us closer to lessening our dependency on oil is great for our country.
And when you need to haul away materials from a recent rehab on your home or a construction demolition, remember to call Easy Dumpster Rental. We can handle any size job and have the experience to get the job done right the first time. Call us or go online to get a super quick bin rental quote. You will be glad you choose us for all of your waste removal needs. And we can help you with your recycling disposal too.