Dumpster Rental in Wheaton, IL
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10 Yard Dumpster (2 TONS) 4,000LBS
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Wheaton Quick Facts, Recycling, and Solid Waste
Wheaton’s Strategic Move
Wheaton is located in DuPage Couty, where it is the county seat and is located just thirty miles west of Chicago. Erastus Gary, Jesse Wheaton, and Warren Wheaton founded the City in the early 1800s. The development of Wheaton may be largely a result of a wise maneuver by the City founders to offer the railroad a free right-of-way through the City, which led the city to thrive and incorporate in 1859. Today, Wheaton is a prosperous City and home of Wheaton College.
Green Trees in Wheaton
The City of Wheaton is proud to have been recognized for its green canopy of trees that has earned it the Tree City USA award by the National Arbor Day Foundation for over thirty years. Part of the reason for this success is the Wheaton Forestry Division, which manages over two thousand trees and several programs to promote trees:
- The Shared Cost Parkway Tree Program is a program for homeowners to replace old trees with new trees ranging from over ten species that the City will plant for under one hundred dollars.
- Trees on Private Property is a program that identifies trees on private property that have diseases, such as Emerald Ash Borer and Dutch Elm Disease so that trees are disposed of in an environmentally safe way.
- The Ash Tree Replacement Program is the Forestry Division’s initiative to replace all parkway ash trees with new trees at all sites designated for replanting.
- Storm-Damaged Trees seeks to make sure that trees that have been damaged by storms do not endanger the public. Although residents are responsible for the trees on their property, the Forestry Division tends to all damaged trees on public property.
- The Forestry Division also provides wood chips to its residents for free in batches of twelve cubic yards.
The Wheaton Public Works Forestry Division is located at 821 W Liberty Drive in Wheaton, IL.
Construction and Demolition Debris (C&S)
DuPage County notes that much construction and demolition debris is not specially recycled. The costs of not recycling construction and demolition debris can cost as much as one billion dollars of gasoline or the equivalent of one million cars on the road, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Construction and demolition debris includes the following items:
- Ripped out drywall, concrete, bricks, and reclaimed asphalt pavement.
- Treated and untreated wood.
- Roofing materials, such as shingles.
- Metals and piping.
- Cardboard and corrugated cardboard that is often found on construction sites.
- Glass items, including windows.
- Non-hazardous electrical wiring.
- Building components.
- Earth and rock from construction or demolition sites.
Recycling Construction and Demolition Debris with a Rollaway Dumpster
The DuPage County government suggest that the best way to recycle your construction and demolition debris is to do the following steps:
- First, attempt to assess how much debris that your construction or demolition debris will create. At Easy Dumpster Rental, we have a skilled staff that can help you estimate the volume and weight to find out the exact size volume and weight capacity you will need. Easy Dumpster Rental also offers great online tools to help estimate your waste.
- Second, rent a rollaway dumpster that is specifically designated for construction and demolition debris. Easy Dumpster Rental has a vast inventory of reliable construction dumpsters that can serve any project.
- Third, after you get construction and demolition debris dumpster, be sure to only place appropriate waste in the dumpster. If you have other waste, such as yard waste, arrange for separate disposal.
- When your dumpster is full and you are done with your job, remove the construction debris and make sure that waste is processed through a local construction and demolition recycling facility. These include the Crush-Crete, Inc. site in Addison, Il, the Murco Recycling Center in La Grange Park, IL (salvage and refuse only), or DuPage Recycling and Transfer located in West Chicago.