Dumpster Rental in St. Clair, MI
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- Rent a dumpster for 7 days or until you have completed your task. Easily extend your lease.
- Chose from our 10, 15, 20, 30, and 40 cubic yard front load units. And some in-between sizes as well.
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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
Recycling, Trash Collection and Natty Facts About St, Clair, MI
St. Clair lies on the St. Clair River in what is called “The Thumb” in the eastern part of the State. Its current population is near 5,500 residents. The village was settled around 1828. Three important companies for the region are located here, Cargill Salt, Belle River Power Plant, and St. Clair Power Plant. In October the Blue Water Ramble is held, an annual bicycling event, The St. Clair Art Fair is in June, the St.Clair
Boat Races are in July and The Will on the Water Shakespeare Festival is held in August. There is a golf course for those who enjoy the links called Pine Shores.
The city of St. Clair is located in St. Clair County. The town does offer weekly street-side recycling services for its citizens. Every residency is given a free recycling bin and can be picked up at City Hall.
- St Clair City Hall – 547 N. Carney Street, St. Clair, MI 48079.
- Opening hours are Mon-Fri 7:30-4:30. Closed Saturdays and Sundays.
- Acceptable Recycling Debris are Paper bags, Catalogs, Junk mail, Kitchen cookware, Steel Cans.
- Items you cannot Recycle at The Street Juice cartons, Propane Tanks, Paint Cans, Concrete, Wood items.
- For a more complete list of what you can and cannot recycle click on this link that will redirect you to the City of St. Clair’s website.
- For any additional questions you may have you can call (810) 329-7121.
Trash is picked up by an outside contractor on a weekly bases. Debris must be placed in a trash can or a plastic bag. All garbage must be on your tree lawn by 7 am.
All residents must go to your local grocery store to pick up specified paper bags for all of your grass clippings, small branches, and twigs. If you use some kind of receptacle you must get a yard waste decal from City Hall. Yard waste is gathered the same day as your regular trash pick up day.
Also on your regularly scheduled trash pick up day, large items will be picked up at the curb. These items include mattresses, box springs, kitchen appliances, and furniture. It is advisable to call the contractor on (800) 796-9696 to let them know you have a large item to be collected in case they need to send out a special truck.
Leaf collection services are handled by the Department of Public Works. Usually, leaves are picked up beginning in the Fall and continues until the weather will not allow your leaves to be seen anymore because of snowfall. There is a leaf collection map to let you know when your street will be serviced. Go to the City Hall website for more info.