Dumpster Rental in Jefferson, GA

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10 Yard Dumpster (2 TONS) 4,000LBS

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20 Yard Dumpster (3 TONS) 6,000LBS

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30 Yard Dumpster (4 TONS) 8,000LBS

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40 Yard Dumpster (5 TONS) 10,000LBS

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Transfer Station in Jefferson, GA

The city of Jefferson is located in Jackson County Georgia. Jefferson residents can utilize the Jackson County Transfer Station to drop-off debris. the transfer station is conveniently located at the:
The Jackson County Transfer Station
100 Landfill Drive
Jefferson, GA 30549
Opening Hours
Monday – Friday: 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Saturday: 7:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Items that will not be accepted at the Jackson County Transfer Station are:

  • Animals (dead or alive)
  • Biomedical Waste
  • Burned Garbage**
  • Chemicals
  • Hazardous Waste
  • Asbestos
  • Lead-acid asbestos
  • Nickel cadmium batteries
  • Liquids

Free Mulch

Residents can get free mulch the first and second Saturdays of each month except January and February from 8:00AM to noon.  This is only while mulch is available – first-come-first-serve basis. Locations to get mulch is at the City’s brush field on Toy Wright Road, Jefferson, off Valentine Industrial Parkway. Look for the direction signs. City staff will load the mulch on to your vehicle at your own risk. The City is not responsible for damages that may occur to the vehicle.

Mulch is created by city crew from the garden and limb waste collected. This is “single run” mulch, which means it has not been cleaned or sterilized. It may contain seeds, and other things.

Interesting Facts About Jefferson

Jefferson was founded in 1800 and named after President Jefferson. The city has a population close to 10,000 residents. The town resides in Jackson County which was named after President Andrew Jackson. This is a very Presidential area, to say the least. The Jefferson Department of Parks and Recreation offers swimming, gymnastics, Aikido, dance, fitness classes, and swimming instruction. Some notable people from the area include Chicago White Sox pitcher Chris Beck, Dr. Crawford W. Long who was the first physician to use ether, and country music singer/songwriter Corey Smith.

Understanding Hazardous Waste And Proper Disposal

The EPA defines hazardous waste “as a waste with properties that make it dangerous or capable of having a harmful effect on human health and the environment”. Hazardous waste comes from many sources including:

  • Solids gases
  • Sludge’s
  • Liquids

But to be truly considered a hazardous waste it must be solid. Once the hazardous waste is generated and determined to be so it must be transported by special hazardous waste carriers. Then it is recycled, gets treated, and ultimately disposed of.

After the waste is safely transported the recycling process begins. Of course not all solid waste hazardous. The EPA has developed a simple guide to determine if a waste contains certain properties which can pose a threat to the human life or the ecosystem. The waste must be classified into the following four categories. Reactivity, Corrosivity, Toxicity, and Ignitability. Will take a look at these 4 labels and give a quick definition of each.

Reactivity: These are dangerous because they may be unstable under normal circumstances. They may react with water, emit toxic gasses, or could explode.

Corrosivity: A material that has a pH equal to or less than 2. A pH that is greater than 12.2 can have the ability to corrode steel.

Toxicity: Wastes, when absorbed or eaten, can be harmful. Typically these toxins are leached into the underwater ground systems from landfills that do not have the proper lines and underground monitoring systems which can cause polluted water. However, most landfills are regulated by the EPA and watched very carefully. And monitored up to 30 years after a landfill is closed.

Ignitability: These are wastes including liquids with flash points of 140 degrees Fahrenheit. When a fire breaks out then there is a myriad of problems to deal with including but not limited to hazardous waste which enters the atmosphere and can cause air pollution. Which can cause serious health risks to people with allergy and asthma concerns.

Most of us don’t even realize that we have hazardous in our homes, garages, etc… So it is essential that you are aware of these wastes and the danger they pose to you and your family. Some of the more common household hazardous waste include:

  • Motor oil
  • Antifreeze
  • Transmission fluids
  • Drain cleaners
  • Herbicides
  • Fixatives and other solvents

It is important that you follow the directions on the product labels and know how to properly dispose of these materials when you have finished using them. A great place to start is to either contact your local city hall or county government websites. These sites usually have a wealth of information to give you the information you need to make smart decisions.

But the best way to protect yourself is not to bring these products into your home. All you need to do is to find alternative and safer products is to do a Google search. There are thousands of products you can use in lieu of the dangerous ones. Also, on your grocery shelves, you will find Green products that will keep you safe and protect our environment.

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