Dumpster Rental in Houma, Louisiana
We Offer the Very Best Savings on Rolloff Containers
Why we can provide exclusive Rolloff service in Houma:
Our reputation for customer service is the most outstanding in the industry. For over 15 years we have prove time and time again that we can delivery on our promises. The best rates, coupled with on time delivery and pick up.
- We have rented over 100,000 rolloffs
- We take pride in offering our customers a commitment to quality service
- Hassle free service and a staff that cares about you
- An easy to use weight calculator so you can get the right dumpster for the job at hand
- Many repeat clients who are in love with our service
Call now and enjoy savings up to $100 on a dumpster rental:
Easy Dumpster Rental pledges to provide the best rates in the industry. And we back it up with our price guarantee. No one can beat our prices or has the experts that know what they are doing. Our sales staff is highly trained.
- Flat rate pricing model
- We promise we will match or beat any price that our competitors can only dream of
- No surprises at the end. The price you receive at the onset is the price you will pay at the end
- We rent bins to the residential market and will walk you through every step of the way
- Our staff is highly motivated to serve you and answere all of your questions
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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
What is Hazardous Waste and How to Properly Dispose of These Harmful Materials
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, but not limited to solids gases, sludges, and liquids. But first and foremost to be considered a hazardous waste it must be a solid. Once hazardous waste is generated and identified it must be transported by special hazardous waste designated carriers, then it is recycled, treated and disposed of. Once the hazardous waste is safely transported it begins the recycling process. Some solid wastes are considered hazardous by the EPA and others are not. 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 environment. The waste must be classified in the following four categories. Reactivity, Corrosivity, Toxicity, and Ignitability. Will take a look at these 4 categories 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 waste 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: These are waste when absorbed or eaten can be harmful to the system. Typically these toxins are leached into the underwater ground systems from landfills that do not have the proper liners and underground monitoring systems which can cause polluted water.
Ignitability: These are wastes including liquids with flash points of 140 degrees Fahrenheit. When a fire breaks out then there are a myriad of problems to deal with including, hazardous waste which enter the atmosphere and can cause air pollution. Which can cause serious health risks to people with allergy and asthma conditions.
Most people don’t even realize that they have hazardous in their homes, garages, and other storage areas around the yard. So it is imperative that you are aware of these materials and the threat they pose to you and your family. The EPA has developed a PDF where you can see most of the common household waste materials. Some of the more common household hazardous waste include:
- Rat baits
- Fluorescent light bulbs
- Oven cleaners
- Pool chemicals
- Toilet cleaners
- Paint thinners
It is imperative that you following 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 contact your local city hall or county government. They usually have websites devoted to the handling of these wastes. A better idea is not to bring these harmful materials into your house in the first place. No one wishes to expose their family members to potential threats that can be devastating to both you and the environment. So, if you do a quick check on Google you can virtually replace all these harmful wastes with Green products. There are literally thousands of products that are safer to use and thus insuring a safe environment for your family. Take the time today and find replacement products and you can always find Green products right on the grocery shelf while you are shopping. Be safe and help keep your families protected and our environment cleaner for future generations.