Dumpster Rental in Crystal Lake, IL
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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
Info on Downtown Crystal Lake & Household Hazardous Waste
CrystalLake is located about a forty-five-minute drive from Chicago in McHenry County southwest of the city. One of the key features that draw residents to Crystal Lake is its Downtown District on Main Street with historic business and shops that are preserved by the Downtown Crystal Lake/Main Street, a private nonprofit group run by volunteers. this group works to accentuate the architecture and landscaping design and economy of Crystal Lakes’s downtown and is a member of the Main Street America network.
Going Green in Crystal Lake and McHenry
The McHenry County College, located at 8900 US Hwy 14 in Crystal Lake, has a number of programs designed to promote sustainability and green conservation in Crystal Lake and McHenry County. Some of these green programs include the following:
- Where to Recycle: The where to recycle program is an effort to provide easy information on where to recycle anything that residents of the county need to process. The MCC Sustainability Center publishes every year the McHenry County Green Guide to help guide anyone through the recycling process and give tips for “green living.” Other resources are also provided, like links for free apps that will find the nearest recycling center to the user.
- Solar Panels: A few years ago the Illinois Green Economy Network (IGEN) awarded MCC Sustainability Center a grant for a quarter-million dollars to implement over three hundred solar panels at the Shah Center in McHenry.
- The Green Living Expos: The Colledge also offers an annual green living expo event that helps to promote things like energy efficient transportation (electric cars, bikes, and small cars), recycling tips, and composting techniques.
- The Green Campus Initiatives: McHenry College’s Green Campus Initiatives are tailored to develop green living initiatives. The Liebman Center, for example, is working on LEED Certification. LEED stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design that focuses on commercial buildings.
- The Lou Marchi Total Recycling Institute: The Lou Marchi Total Recycling Institute was created to promote recycling in the community for things like electronic waste, hazardous waste, waste disposal systems for businesses, used programs to recycle used paint and sneakers.
Getting Rid of Items That Cannot Go in Dumpster Bins
When you rent a dumpster from Easy Dumpster Rental or anyone, there are certain items that cannot be placed in the dumpster bin that may accrue charges or fines when brought to the landfill. Unless special arrangements are made, these items must be separated out from waste and disposed of through appropriate means.
Asphalt: Asphalt is often not accepted in regular waste unless specific arrangements are made with the rental company. There are a number of locations that the City recommends that asphalt can be disposed of:
Small Appliances: Small and large appliances can be taken to Algonquin Township Road District located at 3702 US Hwy 14 in Crystal Lake.
Household Hazardous Waste: Hazardous waste cannot be placed in a dumpster under any circumstances and must instead be taken to a hazardous waste facility. Household waste includes items like oil-based paints and aerosol paints (latex paints are not accepted at household waste center), paint thinners, chemicals (e.g. herbicides, pesticides, insecticides, solvents, and hobby chemicals) gasoline or used motor oil or antifreeze, cleaning products such as drain cleaners, and fluorescent lamp bulbs. Items that are not accepted include commercial waste, items that explode, lead-acid batteries, propane tanks, agriculture waste, and fire extinguishers. Locations that accept hazardous waste include:
- In Naperville at 156 Fort Hill Drive.
- Rock River Reclamation District at 3333 Kishwaukee Street in Rockford.
- City of Rockford Public Works Department
- Solid Waste Agency of Lake County