Dumpster Rental in Marietta, Georgia
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10 Yard Dumpster (1 TONS) 2,000LBS
4’ High, 8’ Wide, 10-12’ Long
- Smaller clean out or construction projects
- One car garage cleanups
- Bathroom remodeling
- Smaller painless placement and loading.
- Doing a pet project around the house? The 10 yard bin can easily whisk away about 90 wheelbarrows of dirt.
20 Yard Dumpster (2 TONS) 4,000LBS
4.5’ High, 8’ Wide, 20’ Long
- Bigger garage cleanouts
- heating & air conditioning
- house remodeling
- carpeting, roofing
- minor landscaping
- The 20 yard yard bin is just the right size for renovating a bathroom and/or kitchen. It can hadle up to 180 wheel barrows of junk.
30 Yard Dumpster (3 TONS) 6,000LBS
6’ High, 8’ Wide, 20’ Long
- Major Construction
- Remodeling Projects
- Tree Removal
- Large Landscaping
- The 30 yard bin can hold up to 12 pickup trucks of waste. Optimal for the larger ventures you may be contemplating.
40 Yard Dumpster (4 TONS) 8,000LBS
8’ High, 8’ Wide, 20’ Long
- Metal Recycling
- Major Remodeling Projects
- New Construction Projects
- Commercial Building Clean-Outs
- Apartment Buildings Roof Replacement
- Large Volume Cardboard, Paper Disposal
- The 40 yard bin is the titanic of roll offs. It is perfect for those herculean commercial jobs. Able to cart away 360 wheel barrows of materials
Let us help you free up space from the years of hoarding
Let’s face it. We all have a hard time letting go of mementos and the many trips to the antique store. And some of some items are just plain junk we have laying around in our garages, attics, and backyard sheds. Granted some items hold tremendous sentimental value. But you know you can take it with to the life beyond. Or, you are planning on moving, perhaps downsizing and all the things you have accumulated over the years will be impossible to find space for in your new home or condo. Surveying all this is overwhelming with the thought of sorting it all out. What stays and what goes. But you know its time to make some decisions.
Now, unfortunately, Easy Dumpster Rental in Marietta can’t help you with the decision process. But once you decided on what you plan to get rid of, this is where we can offer a helping hand. No matter what size bin you think you made need from a 10-yard dumpster to a 40- yarder, we can help make the transition to the landfill so much easier for you.
With one quick phone call, our trained experts can tell you exactly what size bin you need. Plus it’s going to be almost stress-free. Imagine how many pickup trucks ( if you even own a truck) runs you are going to have to make back and forth to the landfill, or recycling center. Why worry about it. Placing your debris smartly in a dumpster is all you have to do. We will drop it off and pick it up at your convenience. Will look into any permitting you need, landfill fees, etc,… for you.
Easy Dumpster Rental wants to help ease the stress from your life. And there is know a simpler way to carry off “junk” than renting a dumpster. Stop delaying the inevitable and call us now. And by the way, call us now and save up to $75 on your rental. There you go we will help save you time, stress and money. Great combination.
Help rid Marietta of the pollution of hazardous waste
The majority of Americans have little or no understanding of what constitutes hazardous waste that may be lurking in your own household. And, without this knowledge, you could be unwittingly causing serious pollution problems in your city. Any products that are toxic, corrosive, flammable, or reactive will be considered a hazardous waste under EPA guidelines. So the place to start is to begin reading the labels of any products you bring into your home and ensure you understand the directions. Then when finished using said product, the label should tell you how to properly dispose of this potential pollution causing products or agents.
Hazardous waste materials should never be thrown down the drain or poured into yards or driveways. These agents can easily leech into underwater water sources or into sewer drains that run off into our lakes, rivers, or streams.
Believe or not one of the biggest negative contributions that people do, is discard old or unused medicines down the kitchen sink or toilet. And that goes directly into our water sources causing harm and contamination. Be careful with the methods you use to discard these products. Most cities have places you can take your old medicines to safely dispose of.
There are a few steps you can initiate to help you control where the hazardous waste ends up. One of the most practical is to sign up for hazardous waste removal service. Secondly, try to cut down on the use of hazardous waste, and thirdly, as touched on above, don’t put hazardous waste into drains, sewers, or your driveways and front or backyards.
There are substitutes you can use in lieu of hazardous waste products. There are many products on the market that you can use as an alternative. A couple of products that immediately come to mind when you want to go Green are detergent and paper products. The grocery store aisles have a plethora of these items. Do some research or talk to your local recycling centers for alternative solutions.
Cell phones are another big headache. Millions of these phones are not properly disposed of each year. A cell phone will contain high levels of lead, copper, zinc, and nickel. These toxins leach into the landfills and eventually into our underground aquifers. So before you just throw that old cell phone into the trash, consider other options. All of the major cell phone carriers today, encourage you to return your old phone free of charge and usually apply the value of the old phone to the purchase of a new phone. And if for some reason that is not an option for you, call your local officials, they will instruct you on how to properly get rid of your old phone.
There is no reason under the sun why we all working together can’t help to reduce hazardous waste in our communities. There is so much information available out there and there can be no more excuses. The questions you have to ask yourself are, Do I want to live and leave a healthier community to my children and grandchildren? And do I want to be part of the solution? Not the source of the problem? Remember to be aware of what you are bringing into your home and read the labels.
For your convenience here is a list of some of the more commonly found hazardous waste found in your home. The EPA has published a brochure of these materials, also: (Glues, Tile cleaners, Oven cleaners, Brake fluid, Kerosene, Houseplant insecticides).
Facilities available in Marietta to dispose of hazardous waste
Cobb County has a great website to aid you in the hunt for finding hazardous waste removal sites. This is a great place to start your journey. Below we have listed some facilities for residents of Marietta and Cobb County that you can call on for getting rid of hazardous materials.
- Southern Environmental Services – 1059 Triad Court Suite 12, Marietta, Georgia, 30062 770-933-0005
- Contamination Control Systems – 5150 Stilesboro Rd NW, Kennesaw, GA 30152, (678) 354-2656
- Hazardous Waste Experts – 2693 Research Park Dr. Suite 201 Fitchburg, WI 53711 Phone: 888-681-8923
- Atlanta Paint Disposal – Lithia Springs, GA 30122 404 333 8763 Telephone (This company serves Cobb County)
- Advanced Disposal Transfer Station – 1897 County Services Parkway, Marietta, GA 30008.
Recycling Services in Marietta
The Cobb County website has a cache of information on recycling options in the county. Recycling is one of the easiest and most important contributions an individual or family can make in keeping your city beautiful. Recycling is basically taking items that usually are labeled recyclable and turning them into a local recyclable center. These products then can be repurposed from its raw state into a new product. For instance, taking old tires and turning them into the asphalt. Take a plastic bag for example. Plastic is very difficult to breakdown, and it can take hundreds of years to completely disappear from the planet, and just by using a tote bag will help immensely in reducing this harmful waste. Recyclable items typically use a numbering system from 1-7. With 7 being the most difficult to recycle to 1, which is the easiest.
Recycling helps create jobs and cuts down on pollution. Over 60% of the trash that ends up in landfills can be recycled. Did you know almost all of the automobile could be recycled? Glass can be completely recycled into be put back to use in a responsible way. So, please do your part and get educated on the benefits of recycling and help our planet be a more livable place for future generations. Help keep Marietta a great place to live. A city that looks healthy will be a more livable space and will also have a positive impact on property values. Our rivers, lakes, and parks will become more attractive places to visit and enjoy. So do your part and recycle. Below is a partial list of recyclables:
- Paper, Plastic, Cell phones, Aluminum cans.
Here are a few recyclable centers in Marietta
- RockTenn Company Recycling Center
1775 County Services Parkway, Marietta, GA 30008235
- The Goodwill Store
Peachtree StreetNorth Tower Suite 2300
Atlanta, GA 30303 Phone: 404-420-9900
- The Salvation Army
202 Waterman Street
Marietta, GA 30060
- The City of Marietta website spells out the rules of recycling and sanitation.