Dumpster Rental in Iowa City, IA

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Every day we ask ourselves “How do we improve in succeeding customer’s expectations?” We just don’t take customer service lightly. Every day we are looking to make today a better day than yesterday.

  1. We offer the best rolloff service agreement in the sanitation industry
  2. Rent a canister unit with one simple phone call or go online
  3. Please note that we cannot haul hazardous materials
  4. Same day service available in Iowa City and beyond
  5. An easy to use rolloff conversion visualizer
Dumpster Rental Pricing in Iowa City is Based on Many Different Factors
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We take tremendous pride not only in our work ethic but our ability to offer you the lowest prices on bin rentals in Iowa. Our competitors are falling by the wayside because they cannot offer the every day low prices we can.

  1. A bottom line flat-rate pricing model that is guaranteed
  2. No hidden fees and every quote is transparent
  3. Years of experience coupled with industry connections enable to provide low rates
  4. A headache free ordering process with our very friendly and helpful staff
  5. Our dumpster weight calculator is so simple to use a child could figure it out

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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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Landfill Location Iowa City

Iowa City is a city that is located in Johnson County in the state of Iowa. The Iowa City Department of Public Works is directly responsible for providing residents of the city with convenient curbside trash collection services on a weekly basis. Residents should be advised that these trash collection services that are provided by the Iowa City Department of Public Works will take place one different days depending on where they are located in the city.
Iowa City Department of Public Works
410 E. Washington Street
Iowa City, IA 52240
(319) 356-5140

Residents can also drop off their solid waste at Iowa City Landfill.
Iowa City Landfill
3900 Hebl Avenue
Iowa City, IA 52246
(319) 356-5185
Monday to Saturday; 7:00 AM to 4:30 PM

Household Hazardous Waste

Residents of Iowa City are not permitted to dispose of their household hazardous waste with their regular solid waste and recyclables, since the Iowa City Department of Public Works does not provide curbside collection services for these hazardous materials.

Instead, residents are asked to make use of the Hazardous Waste Collection Facility that is locate at the Iowa City Landfill.

Yard Waste

Yard waste is collected by the Department of Public Works; however, residents have to endure that their yard waste is bagged in the correct yard waste bags for it to be picked up.

Recycling In Iowa City

Iowa City Department of Public Works is directly responsible for providing residents of the city with convenient curbside recycling collection services on a weekly basis. Residents should be advised that these recycling collection services that are provided by the Iowa City Department of Public Works will take place one different days depending on where they are located in the city.

Residents can also drop off their solid waste at Iowa City Recycling Center.
Iowa City Landfill
3900 Hebl Avenue
Iowa City, IA 52246
(319) 356-5185
Monday to Saturday; 7:00 AM to 4:30 PM

Interesting Facts About Iowa City

Iowa City was settled around 1839 and has a population close to 75,000 residents. The city is home to the great University of Iowa. Not only a great school intellectually, but it also has a very rich college football and wrestling tradition. (Go Big Ten) And the University’s Writers Workshop is considered one of the best places in the world to be to hone your writing skills. Two of its many talented alumni include John Irving and T. C. Boyle. The largest employer is the University of Iowa with over 30,000 employees. Followed by Iowa City Community School District. Some famous people from the area include Pro Golfer Zach Johnson who has won 2 majors, The Lasansky family of visual artists, and NFL player Tim Dwight.

Five Steps You Can Initiate Now To Improve The Quality Of Life For Everyone

As you may know, our environment is quite fragile We are rapidly approaching a point of no return to improve our eco-systems. Raw materials are becoming rarer to find and more expensive to mine. We are not running out of landfill space but there is a reluctance on our citizenry to build new ones. Let’s face it who wants a landfill in their backyard. In addition, the costs of building a new landfill are becoming prohibitive and it takes up to 8 years to get a permit.

Our aquifers are becoming polluted and there is the real possibility that leachate can seep into our underground water resources. In spite of the landfill becoming a safer site to deposit solid waste. I believe most people realize what a disaster it would be if our drinking water became contaminated. We don’t think twice about how fast we are destroying our forests. And the water we do have, we waste way too much. But there is a ray of hope. If we take action now we can slowly help our environment to recover and restore it to a more pristine state.

  • Recycle: Recycling is the simplest thing we can do. Most cities make it simple to recycle. All cities have curbside recycling bins and some use what is called single-stream recycling. So you don’t even have to separate all the materials. Just toss all your recyclables into the same bin ad it is separated at the recycling facility. If you have clothes or appliances you have no need for, take them to the local Goodwill or your charity of choice. These companies will find homes for your unwanted stuff and it won’t end up in a landfill. A fairly recent trend is to take your leftovers to a food bank where the homeless will be very happy to receive the meals or food you would otherwise discard. There are some estimates that Americans throw out $165 Billion of unused food. We also throw out up to 25% of our food to the tune of $2,000 a year. So, donate your food if all possible.
  • Some suggestions: Use “Green” products around the home that are friendly to you and the environment. Find replacement products for the household hazardous waste that is in your home. Do a Google search to find eco-friendly products to use around the home. There are literally thousands of products you can use in lieu of the harmful products you use now.
  • Install a low-flow shower head: This a great solution to reduce the amount of water you are using. And take very fast showers. Our men and women in the Navy take quick showers to help conserve water aboard ship. Usually, they can do this in less than 5 minutes. Though this isn’t always practical, you can assuredly restrict the amount of water you use when showering. Make sure no taps are leaking and don’t run the water while you are shaving. Just turn it on to clean your blade after each stroke. Install a low flush toilet. This will make a huge difference in the amount of water you use. A typical toilet uses up to 6 liters of water for each flush whereas a low flush only uses 4.8 liters. It doesn’t seem like a huge difference but think how many times you and your family flush each day than multiple out for a year. It’s a lot of water being waste
  • Purchase a tote bag: A canvas bag will dramatically cut down on the amount of plastic you use. The Pacific and Atlantic Oceans have these giant plastic patches that are slowly destroying marine life and the viability of our seawater. Studies have found that small plastic particulates are being found in the seafood we eat. And that can’t be healthy for us or Nemo. We need to save Nemo all over again. Turn off lights in rooms. This used to drive Dad buggy when we left lights on in the room. This will have an impact, not huge but a savings nonetheless. But if we look at the big picture and with close to 130 million households in America exponentially there will be a large impact on reducing our dependency on electricity. Keep a close eye on your thermostats. 78 degrees is the recommendation in warmer climates and in cold climes try to keep it close to 68 degrees. Raising your temperature higher or lower will have costly effects on your utility bills.
  • Dispose of unused medications correctly: Throwing your unused or unneeded medications in the sink or toilet will intermediately enter into our drinking water and contaminate it. Most cities have drop-off centers to properly dispose of your prescriptions. If your not sure about where the local drop off center is in your town call city hall and find out.

These are just a few ideas that you can implement without to much pain or sacrifice to ensure our plant’s viability. Easy Dumpster Rental will be more than happy to help you with your recyclables. Give us a call and found out how we can help.

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