Dumpster Rental in Baltimore, MD

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How We Provide Peerless Rolloff Service In Baltimore:

The sign of any great company is the level of customer service they provide. We feel that our client services cannot be approached by any company in the industry. We soar like eagles above the competition.

  1. An easy to use dumpster conversion visualizer
  2. Our services include household, construction, and yard waste removal
  3. We can dispose of both construction and residential debris
  4. Rent a container with one simple phone call
  5. Please note we cannot haul flammable or hazardous materials
Dumpster Rental Pricing in Baltimore is Based on Many Different Factors
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Save With Us Between $10 And $145 On Your Dumpster Rental Cost:

Easy Dumpster Rental still believes in old-fashioned work ethics. And we also believe that our customers should get a fair price on all of their bin unit rentals. That’s why you will not find a lower price in all of Baltimore.

  1. An easy to use dumpster weight calculator to ensure you get the correct front load unit
  2. We offer speedy service and super low prices in Baltimore
  3. Disposal and delivery included in one flat price
  4. Our rolloff rental prices are guaranteed to be the lowest in Maryland
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10 Yard Dumpster (1 TONS) 2,000LBS

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20 Yard Dumpster (2 TONS) 4,000LBS

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30 Yard Dumpster (3 TONS) 6,000LBS

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40 Yard Dumpster (4 TONS) 8,000LBS

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Landfill In Baltimore, MD

Baltimore is the largest city in the state or Maryland and the largest independent city in the country. The Baltimore Department of Public Works is responsible for providing residents of the city with convenient curbside trash collection services on a regular basis. These services are directly handled by the Bureau of Solid Waste – a direct subdivision of the Baltimore Department of Public Works.
Baltimore Department of Public Works
200 Holliday Street,
6th Floor,
Baltimore, Maryland 21202
Monday to Friday; 8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M
Bureau of Solid Waste – (410) 396-5134
Administration – (410) 396-3310
Residents can also make use of several drop off centers that are located throughout the area:

  • Northwest Citizens’ Convenience Center
    2840 Sisson Street,
    (410) 396-7250,
    Monday to Saturday; 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
  • NW Transfer Station
    5030 Reisterstown Road,
    (410) 396-2706,
    Monday to Saturday; 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM
  • Eastern Citizens’ Convenience Center
    6101 Bowleys Lane,
    (410) 396-9950,
    Monday to Saturday; 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
  • Quarantine Rd. Sanitary Landfill – Convenient Citizen Drop-off
    6100 Quarantine Road,
    (410) 396-3772,
    Monday to Saturday; 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
  • Southwest Citizens’ Convenience Center
    701 Reedbird Avenue,
    (410) 396-3367,
    Monday to Saturday; 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Recycling In Baltimore

The Baltimore Department of Public Works also provides residents with convenient recycling collection services on a regular basis. However, residents can also drop off their recyclables at the drop off centers listed above as well as several other recycling only drop off centers.

  • York Road Substation
    4325 York Road,
    (410) 396-6551,
    Monday to Friday; 7:00 AM to 10:30 PM
  • Lewin Substation
    4410 Lewin Avenue,
    (410) 396-0210,
    Monday to Friday; 7:00 AM to 10:30 PM
  • Calverton Road Substation
    239 N. Calverton Road,
    (410) 396-0228,
    Monday to Friday; 7:00 AM to 10:30 PM

Household Hazardous Waste

Household hazardous waste cannot be collected curbside with regular trash. Instead, the Baltimore Department of Public Works provides residents with collection events throughout the year at the Northwest Citizens’ Convenience Center.
Residents are advised to contact the Baltimore Department of Public Works for information related to scheduling and accepted items.

Yard Waste

Yard waste collection services are provided by the city; however, residents can also drop off their yard waste at any of the drop off centers in the area – as long as said yard waste is properly bagged.

Additional Interesting Facts About Baltimore

Baltimore was founded in 1729 and has a population of 630,000 residents. Per capita, Baltimore has more statues and monuments than any other city in the country. Baltimore played key roles in both the Revolutionary and Civil Wars. The city had wonderful cuisine and perhaps the greatest university in the world, Johns Hopkins. Also, Johns Hopkins hospital is considered one of the best medical facilities in the world. The town has a ton of famous people including Edgar Allan Poe, H.l. Mencken, Eubie Blake, Babe Ruth, and Billie Holiday to name just a few.

The Importance Of Being Aware Of The Threats That Hazardous Waste Pose To You 

The EPA organizes hazardous waste under the following 4 categories. Corrosivity, Ignitability, Reactivity, and Toxicity. They must meet and fall under the following letter codes.  U, P, F, and K.
To meet the EPA test, a material is classified as hazardous if it meets the following benchmarks and is mentioned on one of the 4 lists found in the Title 40 of the Code of Regulations. The K list is made up of the following wastes

  • Wood preservation
  • Petroleum refinery products
  • Explosives
  • Coking processing

The F list is grouped as such:

  • Multi-source Leachate
  • Chlorinated hydrocarbons
  • Spent solvent wastes
  • Dioxin-bearing wastes

The P and U lists are commercial and pure grades of unused chemicals.  These include 2-Propenal and Aldrin, and other chemicals that most people need not worry about. However, household hazardous waste should be something that all homeowners should be aware of.
It helps, however, to know how the EPA characterizes hazardous waste. Below are the 4 key traits that define a household hazardous waste.

  1. Ignitability: Material that can easily ignite or start a fire
  2. Toxicity: Waste that is detrimental if eaten or enters our bodies
  3. Reactivity: Materials that come in contact with water. Toxic gas can be emitted
  4. Corrosivity: Waste that has a pH less than 2 or greater or equal to 12.5 pH. These materials can corrode steel.

It is critical that we all are familiar with the most common household hazardous materials. Being aware of these harmful substances can save your life and help protect our environment. Below is a short list of the more common hazardous waste:

  • Kerosene
  • Motor oil
  • Photographic chemicals
  • Moth repellents
  • Automotive batteries
  • Antifreeze

There are a lot more items that can be added to this list. We encourage you to go to your local city hall website for more information. You can also do a Google search. It is important to check all labels of any kind of product you bring into the home to keep you and your family safe. There are many alternative products you can use and they can be found right on your local grocery shelves.
Many Green products are available to the consumer today and when it comes to our families and keeping our fragile eco-systems safe, it is worth using safer products. So be aware of what you are bringing into your home and do a little shopping around. This will give you some peace of mind.
Easy Dumpster Rental and like companies are prohibited from hauling hazardous waste. With that said, we will be more than happy to take your non-hazardous and recycling materials to the local landfill or nearest recycling center. We have a wide variety of canister bins for any size job. Thank you for considering us for your next removal job.

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