Dumpster Rental in Hyattsville, MD

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How We Provide Astonishing Roll Off Service In Hyattsville:

We spend more time trying to come up with better ways to serve our customers than any other issue. Great customer service is the backbone of a successful business and we take it seriously.

  1. Read stories of our very happy customers who just love us to death
  2. Over 100,000 roll-offs rented
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  4. We provide bin rentals for both the residential and construction industries
  5. We offer a variety of container sizes to choose from
Dumpster Rental Pricing in Hyattsville is Based on Many Different Factors
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Save With Us Between $10 And $75 On Your Dumpster Rental Cost:

Nothing is more important than getting your roll-off rental on time and at a price that will keep you coming back. That is why we guarantee both our services and rates. No one can compete with us on those two issues.

  1. We have a flat rate pricing model with no gimmicks
  2. We will match or beat any of our competitor’s costs
  3. All of our fees are made upfront with no hidden charges
  4. We offer speedy service and super low prices in Hyattsville
  5. We promise to be there on your site on time every time
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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 Location Hyattsville, MD

Hyattsville is a city that is located in Prince George’s County in the state of Maryland.
Residents of Hyattsville can make use of the Brown Station Road Sanitary Landfill if they need to drop off household waste. This facility is operated and owned by the Prince George’s County Government.
Brown Station Road Sanitary Landfill
11611 White House Road
Upper Marlboro, MD
(301) 952-7625
Monday to Saturday; 8:00 AM to 3:30 PM
The Brown Station Road Sanitary Landfill is closed on the following major holidays:

  • New Year’s Day
  • Memorial Day
  • July 4th
  • Labor Day
  • Thanksgiving Day
  • Christmas Day

Recycling in Hyattsville

Residents of Hyattsville can make use of the Brown Station Road Sanitary Landfill if they need to drop off recyclables. This facility is operated and owned by the Prince George’s County Government.
Brown Station Road Sanitary Landfill
11611 White House Road
Upper Marlboro, MD
(301) 952-7625
Monday to Saturday; 8:00 AM to 3:30 PM

Household Hazardous Waste

The Hyattsville Department of Public Works does not provide households with hazardous waste collection services. In addition to this, residents are also not allowed to dispose of household hazardous waste at the Brown Station Road Sanitary Landfill – where regular solid waste is processed.
Instead, if residents of Hyattsville and the rest of Prince George’s County need to dispose of household hazardous waste, then they need to do so at the:
Prince George’s County Household Hazardous Waste Acceptance Site
11611 White House Road
Upper Marlboro, MD
(301) 952-7625
Thursday to Saturday; 8:00 AM to 3:30 PM

Yard Waste

Residents of Hyattsville can also drop off yard waste at the Brown Station Road Sanitary Landfill (no logs or stumps are allowed).

Interesting Facts About Hyattsville

Hyattsville was incorporated in 1886 and has a population of 18,000 residents. There are 21 historic sites in Hyattsville and 3 are registered with the National Registry of Historical places including Hitching Post Hill, Hyattsville Post Office, Hyattsville Armory. The city also has underdevelopment the GateWay Arts District. Some well-known people from the area include Jim Henson, creator of the Muppets, Major league Baseball player Bill Butler, and former Maryland Governor, Parris Glendening. Who incidental, at the time was the youngest person ever to receive a PhD. from Florida State University in Political Science.

Why It Is Critical For Our Environment To Reach Zero Waste

The notion of zero waste is rooted in the system that all materials can be recycled and landfills eventually become obsolete. This is not a pipe dream and many companies and colleges are achieving this goal. Some corporations that are realizing zero waste include Subaru of America, Unilever, and Microsoft.
The Ohio State University’s football stadium has also a zero waste facility. Every morning after a football game members of the campus ROTC get up at 5:45 Sunday morning and go over every inch of the stadium. And this is is no small feat when you realize that this is one of the largest stadiums in the world with a seating capacity of 110,000 fans. As individuals and families, we can also reach this lofty goal by following the 5 steps of recycling which we will explore below.

  • Reduce: Do a survey around your home, garage, and outdoor storage sheds. I’m sure you would discover many articles that have used up their life cycle for you and can find better fits for other people. Clothes, shoes, appliances etc… could be put to use by people in need. Rather than send them to a landfill you can get the Goodwill to come and pick up these items and they will find a new home for them. You will feel good knowing that you are helping out the needier in our society. We throw away tons of uneaten food every day. Something else to give some thought to, instead of discarding your leftovers, many soup kitchens will be more than happy to take your uneaten food.
  • Reuse: Instead of using plastic bags to take your groceries home in consider using a tote bag instead. Plastics take forever and a year to break down. And they are destroying our seas and rivers. There are giant plastic patches in our oceans that are having a detrimental effect not only on the water quality but traces of plastics are showing up in the fish we consume. Another idea is to make sure you recycling your old newspapers.  By recycling using old newspapers we can help stop the destruction of our forests. There are many creative websites that will give great ideas on how to reuse every type of item around the house.
  • Refuse: Ask your local post office to stop delivering junk mail to your home. We all receive it and never read it so its time to stop getting it.
  • Recycle: It’s never been easier to recycle than it is today. Most cities offer curbside recycling bins. More and more towns are providing Single Stream Recycling, which simplifies the process by eliminating the monotonous task of sorting at the curb. Most local city websites have great information on recycling. Topics like what can and cannot be recycled, hazardous waste and the benefits of recycling. Recycling is the simplest method to keep our cities litter-free and looking snappy. Did you know that over 70% of all trash that goes to our landfills can be recycled? Something to think about.
  • Rot: Composting will improve your garden. You can use egg shells, tea bags, dryer lint and place them into a compost bin. These items will compost and become fertilizers for your garden. And best of all they will not be going to the landfill. And gardeners that do compost swear their vegetables taste better.

Easy Dumpster Rental can help you with your recycling needs. We will be more than happy to take your recyclables to a local recycling center. Call us and find out more.

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