Dumpster Rental in Lansing, MI

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How We Offer First-Rate Roll Off Service In Lansing:

Easy Dumpster Rental is a company you always count on. We never make promises we can’t keep and that is why we have a very loyal customer base. Consumers return to us in droves every year to fulfill their rolloff needs.

  1. Our rolloffs can haul up to 5 tons of debris
  2. Services include household, construction, and yard waste removal
  3. A simple and convenient dumpster conversion visualizer
  4. Please note that we cannot haul hazardous waste
  5. Get a bin quote faster than Rickey Henderson stealing a base
Dumpster Rental Pricing in Lansing is Based on Many Different Factors
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Save With Us Between $10 And $85 On Your Dumpster Rental Cost:

Not only do we provide the best customer service in the Galaxy but our canister prices can’t be beaten. Don’t spend your hard earned money with a company that is going to nickel and dime you with all kind of fees.

  1. We never tack on hidden fees or surprise surcharges
  2. Flat rate pricing with upfront rates
  3. Migraine free ordering process
  4. All of our rates are transparent
  5. A simple to use rolloff weight calculator so you always get the right size bin

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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 Lansing, MI

Lansing is a city that is located in Ingham County in the state of Michigan. The Lansing Public Service Department provides residents of the city with convenient curbside garbage collection services. Residents should expect their garbage to be collected on a weekly basis on the same day unless the collection day falls on a holiday.
Lansing Public Service Department
124 W Michigan Avenue
7th Floor City Hall
Lansing, MI 48933
(517) 483-4455

Residents who need to figure out the collection schedule for their area can visit this web page.
Lansing Recycling Center
5507 S. Cedar St.
Lansing, MI 48911
(517) 272-7753
Hours:
Monday to Friday; 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Saturday; 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Recycling In Lansing

The Lansing Public Service Department provides residents of the city with convenient curbside recycling collection services. Residents should expect their recyclables to be collected on a weekly basis on the same day unless the collection day falls on a holiday.

Residents should expect their recyclables to be collected on the same day as the irregular household trash.
Lansing Recycling Center
5507 S. Cedar St.
Lansing, MI 48911
(517) 272-7753
Hours:
Monday to Friday; 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Saturday; 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Household Hazardous Waste

Residents of Lansing should not dispose of their household hazardous waste with their regular household waste.
Ingham County Health Department
5303 S. Cedar Street
Lansing, MI 48911
Phone: (517) 887-4311

Residents can instead make use of the Ingham County Health Department to dispose of the following household hazardous waste:

  • Gasoline and other flammables
  • Automotive products
  • Pesticides
  • Aerosols
  • Wood preservatives
  • Acids and bases (pool chemicals)
  • Mercury (thermometers, thermostats)
  • Cleaners and polishers
  • Oil paints and paint products (thinners, solvents, varnish)
  • Photographic chemicals
  • Home repair products (glues, cement)

Yard Waste

The Lansing Public Service Department provides yard waste collection services on a weekly basis for all residents of Lansing.

Other Interesting Facts About Lansing

Lansing is the capital city and was founded in 1835. Its population hovers around 115,000 residents. The city is home to both Western Michigan University and Michigan State University. The 3 largest employers are the State of Michigan with 14,000 employees followed by Michigan State University and Sparrow Health Systems with 11,000 and 10,000 employees respectively. Lansing is also home to the headquarters of 4 major insurance companies including Jackson National Life. There also 5 museums and 5 theaters. Some well-known people from the area include actor Burt Reynolds, Magic Johnson, and filmmaker John Hughes.

What is “Zero Waste” And Why You Should Care

Zero waste is a philosophical idea that posits that all trash is reused and nothing is sent to incinerators or landfills. Adherents believe that by getting away from all waste will reduce pollution and the need to sacrifice our natural resources. It’s likened to a cradle-to-grave approach in managing waste. Many businesses such as Subaru and Xerox have already eliminating landfill at their facilities. This is also possible at the micro level that we can have zero waste goals in our homes and communities.

There are many ways one can reduce waste and we can begin by implementing the 4 R’s. Recycle, Reuse, Rot or compost, and Reduce. And when we consider that over 70% of all solid waste that goes to a landfill can be recycled, that we are not doing nearly enough to help reduce waste products. Let’s take a look at the 4 R’s.

  • Recycle: The volume of items you can recycle are unending. Newspapers, plastics, glass, cans, and books are a few examples. Electronic or E- waste like computers, cell phones, and printers can be dropped off at specially designated recycling centers. Most city and county websites have a few pages devoted to recycling. What and where to recycle. So this is a great source of information to begin your journey to zero waste. The majority of cities in America have curbside bins for recycling. It’s not hard to recycle we just need to put in a little more effort.
  • Reuse: If you have clothes or other items of that you are not using anymore, take them to a second-hand store or the Goodwill, instead of throwing them in the garbage. There are many people of rather humble means who could put your old shoes and purses to good use.  If you have washing machines or dryers many organizations will be happy to pick them up for you for free. Any appliance you are thinking of replacing just don’t throw it to the curb, call a charitable origination and let them find a family who needs these items.
  • Rot (compost): Composting is a great way to recycle food waste. It can be added to your garden and it will improve the soil, you will be reducing waste and your vegetables will taste better. You can also use coffee grinds, coffee filter paper, egg shells and tea bags.
  • Reduce: Reducing is using less unnecessary packaging. Or, buying products that can be recycled, or have already been recycled. Another great idea is to take a tote bag with you when you go shopping. Plastic is a huge problem in our oceans and other bodies of water. Plastics can take decades to decompose and they have petrochemicals that get released in the process.

Our landfills are overfilled and there is great reluctance with the public to build new ones. But if we follow the 4 R’s we can greatly reduce the amount of trash unnecessarily going to the landfill. By implementing these steps we will go along the way to becoming a zero waste society.

Easy Dumpster Rental is a “Green” company and we will be more than happy to take your recyclables to a landfill or recycling center. We have a wide variety of rolloff rentals for any size job. So give us a call and discover why we are the fastest growing dumpster rental company in The U.S.

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