Dumpster Rental Port St. Lucie, FL
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We don’t use the term “Customer Satisfaction” casually. This is our most core value and we protect our reputation on a daily basis.
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- Committed to on-time delivery.
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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
Saint Lucie County Sanitary Landfill
6120 Glades Cut Off Road
Fort Pierce, FL 34981-4301
St. Lucie County
Phone: (772) 462-1768
RECYCLING OPTIONS IN ST. LUCIE
In partnership with Waste Pro, a single-stream recycling facility was made available to residents in St. Lucie County in 2014. Single-stream recycling refers to a waste disposal system that includes the collection of recyclable items such as metal, plastic bags, paper, and other items, which are then processed. The system was initial set up to reduce the area’s carbon footprint and help to reduce the strain on the environment. Household recyclable waste materials are collected by Waste Pro, you can find their information below.
Waste Pro Of Florida, Inc.
17302 Pines Boulevard
Pembroke Pines, FL 33029
HOW To FILL UP YOUR DUMPSTER
Few things that you will want to know before you start filling up your dumpster.
Firstly, it’s important that you do not overload your roll-off dumpster since haulers will not be able to transport it safely. If a dumpster has material protruding at the top, the hauler will be unable to remove it from the property as is. The problem is that it’s prohibited by law for most drivers to transport dumpsters that are overpacked. Therefore it’s imperative that you ensure that the waste material in your dumpster does not surpass the open-top of your dumpster.
Secondly, it is important to keep the weight limit of the dumpster bin in mind when filling it with waste material from your project. Most dumpster rental companies will apply additional fees to overweight dumpsters due to transportation requirements, therefore if you are working with a budget try not to exceed the weight limit.
Lastly, bear in mind that hazardous materials should not be placed in your roll off bin. Dumpster rental companies are not permitted to dispose of flammable and hazardous items due to potential environmental problems that they may cause. Insulation materials, metal, wood, furniture, and clothes are a few of the items that can be placed in your dumpster. Don’t hesitate to contact Easy Dumpster Rental for more information on acceptable waste materials for all roll off bins.
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS THAT SHOULD NOT BE PLACED IN YOUR ROLL OFF CAN
As with most counties in Florida, regulations for recycling facilities and municipal landfills in St Lucie prohibit the disposal of hazardous materials using roll off dumpsters. Here are a list of some hazardous waste materials:
- Cleaners and solvents
- Wood preservatives
- Mercury-containing products
- Toilet cleaners
- Drain cleaners
- Rust erasers
- Oven cleaners
- Swimming pool acid
- Aerosol nail polish
- Engine cleaners
- Roofing tar
- Charcoal lighter
Air pollutant water
- Air spray
- General household cleaners
Water pollutant waste products
- Methyl ethyl ketone
- Automobile batteries
- Computer monitors
INSTRUCTIONS FOR DISPOSAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS IN ST. LUCIE
St Lucie County residents are encouraged to utilize the free Household Hazardous Waste Center. In most cases, you will be required to show proof of residency in order to dispose of your waste. State law prohibits the transport of over 100 lbs of hazardous household material at once, so bear in mind that waste that exceeds this amount will not be accepted. Only household waste is accepted. Explosive waste and other hazardous waste will not be accepted. Items such as electronics and asbestos products can be taken to the address below.