Dumpster Rental in Decatur, Georgia
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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
Why renting a dumpster is an intelligent move
Face it, no one likes dealing with the mess of a home remodeling job. The thought of how you are going to dispose of the waste can make your head explode. Just try getting your friends to come over to help you pile junk into their truck. Good luck with that. Or, the countless runs back and forth to the landfill, if you have one nearby great. But if you don’t, more time wasted. It’s one giant headache trying to do this alone.
Well, we here at EasyDumpsterRental in Decatur, will partner with you and make your job of hauling away your junk a dream come true. You have too many things to consider when you are doing a rehab and the last thing you need to worry about is removing materials from your property. With one quick phone call to our office and one of our smart reps will make all your troubles disappear. A team member will ask you a few questions and tell you exactly what size bin you need. You see, we also employ a clever calculator to help narrow down the roll off you need. We are smart, very smart indeed.
And by choosing Easy Dumpster Rental as your service provider that makes you look intelligent too. Because we are in the business for the long haul. (Pun intended) We have over 15 years of experience to back up our claims. And once you experience how effortless the process is you will have peace of mind and will return to us for any other rental needs in the future. That’s a promise and this is what has kept us in this competitive business so long. We live and die by proving to ourselves every day that we are the best roll off the company in the industry by far. When you make a smart decision it usually makes for a happy client. And we are in the business in putting smiles on our customer’s faces. So act with haste or don’t make waste, call us now and free yourself of one giant headache.
Be Wise in Handling Hazardous Waste
The EPA is the United States leading advocate and authority when it comes to dealing with hazardous waste. This website is full of great resources which will enhance your knowledge of hazardous waste materials. There are sections that deal with Science and Technology issues. Land management, cleanup, and laws and regulations. The site is easy to navigate. It also includes issues ranging from climate change, chemicals, toxins, pesticides and issues dealing with water. So do yourself a favor and begin your education here and advance your knowledge on these very important issues.
The EPA page on Frequently Asked Questions is a great place to start. Sometimes we are not sure where to begin to research a new topic or the questions that should be asked. Well, this page will help relieve some of your anxiety if this is your first foray into understanding hazardous waste.
This section specifically deals with hazardous waste. And the EPA answers questions such as; How do I deal with mercury? Or, What do I do with my fluorescent light bulbs? And a very important question, What can or cannot be put into my bin at home? We all need insights and wisdom when it comes to such important issues.
Be cognizant of what materials or products in your home may be a potential hazard. Some these include but are not limited too are aerosol cans, batteries, paint thinners, and surprisingly, nail polish because of its flammable properties. It may appear at first blush that your whole house is a wasteland waiting to destroy you and your family. But don’t worry. Most of these items are safe. Make sure you familiarize yourself with the product labels, don’t take any item for granted and learn how and where to properly dispose of these items.
Keep in mind that hazardous waste can be broken down into 4 major categories. Combustible, which it can easily catch fire near high heat or flames. Poisonous, which if swallowed can lead to death. Reactive can explode if near heat. And, Caustic, which can cause severe burns.
Be careful using pesticides in the yard. They can kill insects, birds, and pets. A huge, but hardly mention hazard is the disposal of unused or old medications. Not only do people flush these medications down the toilet or drain, many ends up in landfills. Your local officials will definitely have a drop-off center for these medications. Wisdom comes with understanding and the more you learn the safer you make your home and the community you lives in.
This a partial list that the EPA has targeted to be hazardous:
- Driveway sealer
- Automotive batteries
- Mouse baits
- Fuel additives
How and where to dispose of hazardous waste in Decatur
The city of Decatur is in Dekalb county. Individuals and businesses of Decatur utilize a company called EcoFlow which provides services to help residents of disposing of hazardous materials. They have over the last 3 decades exceeded the hazardous waste disposal requirements under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act.
Though Decatur nor the city of Atlanta at this time offer a collection program for the household hazardous waste they have partnered with “Keep Atlanta Beautiful” and they do offer some solutions to help you dispose of hazardous waste materials.
Decatur Recycling options
Decatur City Hall has tons of information to help you meet your recycling needs for its residents. This web page answers all your questions on what can and can’t be recycled.
Some of the items that can be recycled include:
- Pizza boxes
- Corrugated cardboard
- Adhesive notes
Some items that they will not recycle:
- Plastic grocery bags
- Broken glass
- Used napkins, paper towels
- Electronic devices
The city does hold a Electronics Recycling Day where you can dispose of these items.
DeKalb County on their website has a page dedicated to recycling, called DeKalb Recycles. On the left-hand side of the page, they have a list of menu options including, Frequently Asked Questions and “Why Recycle?” There is a great deal of good material and it’s worth taking some time to get up to speed on the benefits of recycling. Keeping yourself informed helps you begin a journey in helping Decatur stay beautiful. Recycling helps promote civic pride, unity, and the great looking city attracts visitors, brings new residents into the community which helps a city revive and renew. Share your knowledge of what you have learned about hazardous waste and recycling. Share it with your family and especially with your children. Installing these principles at a younger age guarantees that the lessons you have taught them will be carried on to future generations. And perhaps one day, our cities will be clean and safe from these potential hazards.