Dumpster Rental in Edina, MN

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Why We Offer Fantastic Container Service In Edina:

Great customer service is the cornerstone of any great company. This is one of the reasons we have enjoyed such great success. We will do anything within reason to ensure you have an exceptional experience.

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  2. We provide dumpsters for both residential and construction debris
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  4. A friendly and highly knowledgeable sales team
  5. Over 15 years supplying people just like you with top-notch service
Dumpster Rental Pricing in Edina is Based on Many Different Factors
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Save With Us Between $10 And $130 On Your Dumpster Rental Cost:

We realize that money is tight in most households today. And that is why we offer the lowest prices on bin rentals in Edina. No one can compete with us. We will match or beat any competitors rates.

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10 Yard Dumpster (2 TONS) 4,000LBS

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Landfill Location Edina, MN

Edina is a city that is located in Hennepin County in the state of Minnesota. Residents of Edina can make use of several nearby facilities if they need to drop off any household trash that they have.

  • Anoka Recycling & Disposal Center
    440 Garfield Street W.,
    Anoka, MN 55303
    (763) 999-4027
  • Minneapolis South Transfer Station
    2850 20th Avenue South
    Minneapolis, MN 55407
    (612) 673-2917
    Hours:
    Tuesday to Friday; 12:30 PM to 7:30 PM
    Saturday; 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM

The Edina Public Works Department is not directly responsible for the collection of residential waste. Instead, residents are advised to seek out the service of one of the licensed haulers that operate in the area.

Recycling In Edina

Residents of Edina and the rest of Hennepin County can also drop off their recyclables at the following locations:

  • Hennepin County Recycling Center and Transfer Station
    8100 Jefferson Highway, Brooklyn Park,
    (612) 348-6500 or (612) 348-6509
  • South Hennepin Recycling and Problem Waste Drop-off Center
    1400 West 96th Street, Bloomington,
    (612) 348-6500 or (612) 348-6509

Interesting Facts About Edina

Edina was founded in the 1860’s mostly of Irish families fleeing the potato famine.  What started out with 15 families, today Edina has a population near 50,000 residents. The town serves as the headquarters of several corporations including every kid’s favorite, Dairy Queen. Orange Julius, the grocery store chain Jerry’s Foods, and Regis Hair Salons are also located here. Some notable people from Edina include actress Julia Duffy, Ron Johnson, former CEO of J.C. Penny, and tennis professional Mardy Fish.

Household Hazardous Waste

Residents who have household hazardous waste they need to dispose of are advised to make use of the services of the following locations.

  • Hennepin County Recycling Center and Transfer Station
    8100 Jefferson Highway, Brooklyn Park,
    (612) 348-6500 or (612) 348-6509
  • South Hennepin Recycling and Problem Waste Drop-off Center
    1400 West 96th Street, Bloomington,
    (612) 348-6500 or (612) 348-6509

Yard Waste

Yard waste is not supposed to be set out for collection with regular household trash and recyclables. Residents of Edina that have yard waste that they need to dispose of can do so at the following location:
Maple Grove Yard Waste Site
10300 Maple Grove Parkway N.
Maple Grove MN, 55369

April 1 to November 30
Monday to Saturday; 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Sunday; 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM

The Definition Of Hazardous Waste And The Proper Way To Dispose Of It

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 solids gases, sludges, and liquids. But to be deemed a hazardous material it must be solid. Once the hazardous waste is generated and identified by law it must be transported by special equipped hazardous waste designated carriers. After it reaches its location it is recycled, treated, and disposed of.

The first course of action is the recycling phase. Keep in mind that some solid wastes are considered hazardous 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. It must follow under the following four categories. Reactivity, Corrosivity, Toxicity, and Ignitability.

  • Reactivity: These are dangerous because they may be unstable under normal circumstances. If they react with water the result can be the emitting of toxic gasses and the possibility of an explosion
  • Corrosivity: A pH that is greater than 12.2 can have the ability to corrode steel.
  • Toxicity: Wastes, when eaten, can harm your body.  The most common way we come into contact with these toxins is through leachates seeping into our underwater ground systems from landfills.
  • Ignitability: These are wastes that have flash points of 140 degrees Fahrenheit. If a fire breaks out then there is a myriad of problems to deal with including harmful particles that enter the atmosphere and can cause air pollution.

Unfortunately, many people are unaware that they have hazardous materials lurking in their homes or garages. So it is super important that you familiarize yourselves with these materials. They pose a threat to the health of your family and our ecosystems. Below we have a list of some of the more common household hazardous wastes:

  • Motor oil
  • Bug sprays
  • Moth repellents
  • Bleach
  • Furniture strippers
  • Herbicides
  • Heating oil
  • Oil based paint
  • Kerosene

Ensure that you follow the directions on the product labels and know how to properly dispose of these materials. If you have any questions or concerns contact your local government  They tend to have websites dedicated to the handling of these wastes.

The best course of action is not to bring these harmful materials into your home in the first place. Do a quick check on Google and you can pretty much replace all these harmful wastes with Greener products. There are thousands of products that are safer to use.

Find the time to discover replacement products. The grocery shelves are another great source for finding better and safer products. Do the right thing here and protect those you love. And and the same time you will be aiding in helping bring our environment back to a more pristine condition.

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