Dumpster Rental in Maplewood, MN

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How We Offer Magnificent Roll Off  Service In Maplewood:

Easy Dumpster Rental still believes in the Puritan work ethic. Our customers always come first and foremost. Our service is guaranteed and our staff comes into to work prepared to give you their greatest effort.

  1. A simple and convenient dumpster conversion visualizer
  2. Our services include household, construction, and  yard waste removal
  3. Get a bin quote faster than Wonder Women destroying her enemies
  4. We offer a wide variety of container rental sizes for any size project
  5. It is against EPA regulations for us to haul hazardous waste
Dumpster Rental Pricing in Maplewood is Based on Many Different Factors
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Save With Us Between $10 And $125 On Your Dumpster Rental Cost:

We have the most loyal customers in the world. Not only do they know that we can be relied on but we have the lowest prices in Minnesota. We make no empty promises we just get the job done on time every time.

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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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Landfill Location Maplewood, MN

Maplewood is a city that is located in Ramsey County in the state of Minnesota. Residents can also drop off their household waste at the Twin City Refuse & Recycling Transfer Station.
Twin City Refuse & Recycling Transfer Station
318 Water St W
St. Paul, MN 55107
(651) 227-1549

The Maplewood Public Works Department has contracted with a third party hauler to provide garbage collection services for all residents of the city.
Maplewood Public Works Department
1902 County Road B East
Maplewood, MN 55109
(651) 249-2400
Monday to Friday; 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM

Recycling In Maplewood

The Maplewood Public Works Department has also contracted with a third party hauler to provide residents with curbside recycling collection services.

Residents can also drop off their household waste at the Twin City Refuse & Recycling Transfer Station.
Twin City Refuse & Recycling Transfer Station
318 Water St W
St. Paul, MN 55107
(651) 227-1549

Household Hazardous Waste

The Ramsey County Public Works Department provides household hazardous waste collection services for residents of Maplewood and the rest of Ramsey County. Household hazardous waste can be dropped off year round at the following location:
Bay West, Inc.
5 Empire Dr,
St Paul, MN 55103
Hours:
Tuesday to Friday; 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Saturday; 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM

More schedule information and also a list of acceptable household hazardous waste can be found here.

Yard Waste

Maplewood residents cannot dispose of their yard waste with regular household trash or recyclables. Maplewood residents can drop off their yard waste at the following locations:

  • Ramsey County Summit Hill Yard Waste Site
    870 Pleasant Ave
    St Paul, MN 55102
    (651) 633-3279
  • Midway Yard Waste Collection Site
    1943 W Pierce Butler Route
    St Paul, MN 55114
    (651) 633-3279

Interesting Facts About Maplewood

Maplewood is just minutes from downtown St. Paul and has a population of 39,000 residents. The city was incorporated in 1957. The Bruentrup Heritage Farm was established in 1891 and is an interesting place to visit. The Maplewood Nature Center is also a popular place to check out and offers many activities such as hiking, gardens, and picnic areas. The city is home to the 3M corporation and has over 10,000 employees. The Independent School District 622 and St. John’s hospital both employee around 1,500 people each.

The Significance Of Recycling

With the lack of public support to build new landfills and the cumbersome process of getting permits, it has never been so important to recycle. It can take years to get through the permitting process and millions of dollars to build a new landfill. Plus, there isn’t a strong appetite to put landfills in most communities. So to help alleviate the need for dumps we must take recycling more seriously. According to most major studies over 75% of all solid waste taken to landfills are materials that can be recycled.

One of the biggest problems we are facing is the proliferation of plastics. Our seas, rivers, and lakes are being literally choked to death because of plastics.The Plastic Oceans Foundation estimates there are over 5 trillion pieces of plastics in our oceans. Plastics can take up to 400 hundred years to break down. Whereas newspaper takes about 6 weeks and newspaper takes about 2 weeks.

And once plastic it is in our ecosystems it most likely will there for a very long time. Over 90% of all seabirds have plastic in their stomachs. The Foundation has 7 tips we can do to help reduce plastics in our environment:

  • Stop using plastic straws. In The U.S. and UK, over 500 million straws are thrown away every day
  • Worldwide over 500 billion plastic bottles are used every year. Start using reusable bottles
  • Over 1 trillion plastic bags are discarded world wide every year. Use a tote bag instead
  • Use cloth diapers instead of disposables. In the U.S. over 27 million disposables are thrown away every year
  • Get rid of the disposable razor. In the U.S. over 2 billion are thrown away every year
  • Try to give up up gum. It is made of synthetic rubber, which is plastic and over 100,000 tons are discarded worldwide on a yearly basis
  • Get the plastic off your face. There are over 300,000 plastic  beads in a tube of face wash

These statistics are alarming. And we must do our part to stop plastics from destroying our environment. It takes 6 liters of water to make a one-liter plastic bottle. Fish in the North Pacific ingest 12,000 to 24,000 tons of plastic each year. Do your best to try to implement the above tips into your lifestyle. If we don’t act now, we are going to have a major crisis facing not only our bodies of water but human and marine life as well.

We Are A Green Company 

Easy Dumpster Rental, has an assortment of bins, dumpsters, and rolloffs you can use for your recycling needs. No matter how much waste you have accumulated over the years, we have the perfect size bin at your disposal. And we can offer you prices that can’t be beaten in our industry. Coupled with fantastic customer service you can’t go wrong by using our services.  The sales team at Easy Dumpster Rental are highly motivated to assist you in getting all your debris to the landfill in a timely manner.  So, help save our environment and let us help you get your trash to the local recycling center. Where it will be properly disposed of.

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