Dumpster Rental in Gulfport, MS
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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
Landfill and Drop-Off locations in Gulfport, MS
Gulfport and Pinellas County has made a great effort to keep the community clean and implement many recycling programs for the community.
Gulfport Neighborhood Center
1617 49th St. S.
- paper mixed
Yard waste recycling
Place loose brush at the curb in piles not larger than 4 feet long x 4 feet wide x 3.5 feet high. You need to use bags for the leaves.
Gulfport residents need to call (727) 893-1089 to get a pickup of electronic items – those items will cost $25.00 each for pickup.
Free Mulch for Gulfport residents
With proof of residency, you can receive free pickup of mulch at:
Gulfport Neighborhood Center
1617 49th St. S., (727) 893-1089
Open 24 hours/7 days
Scrap Tire Collection
- Harrison County Work Center- Paul Vanderfin
- Lorraine Road Gulfport, MS 39505-2409
Public Works Department
4050 Hewes Avenue, Gulfport, MS 39507
Phone: (228) 868-5740
The State Of Mississippi has their own comprehensive list of Solid Waste Management Facilities in their state.
The Types of Landfills
Landfills are managed sites that handle solid waste under strict regulations set forth by “The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act“. They are designed to protect the environment from hazardous waste and other such materials that can cause harmful pollution. There are 2 basic categories of landfills.
Under Subtitle D solid waste is regulated. A subtitle D landfill includes Municipal Solid Waste, Industrial Waste, Coal Combustion Residual sites, and Construction and Demolition landfills. Municipal solid waste is typically the waste from your home. These landfills must ensure that waste is not leaching into the soil. Usually, a liner is employed to protect this from happening. This prevents litter, odors, and a reduction of rodent activity. There also tight guidelines that must be followed to make sure that underground water is not being polluted. The landfill will use underground water monitoring equipment to keep a close eye on contamination.
The second type of landfill is those who fall under Subtitle C. Subtitle C landfills deal mostly with hazardous waste materials. These treatment plants use incinerators to help rid the site of these toxins. Boilers are often used to capture energy through heat. And then it will use this energy to provide electricity.
Industrial Waste Landfills are primarily used for any other material than what is dropped off at a Solid Waste Landfill. Any non-hazardous waste, for example, would be dropped off at an Industrial Waste Landfill.
A Construction and Demolition Landfill will have debris such as construction materials, demolition waste, roadwork materials, and excavation debris. Also, the site will accept bricks, glass, plastics, metals, concrete, and wood.
The EPA by issuing and enforcing regulations regarding landfills does it’s best to protect the public and the environment from unnecessary harm and the destruction of our fragile ecosystems. Thus giving the public a level of trust and certainty that steps are being taken so we can have clean air and water, among other things.
The Various Uses for Dumpster Bins
Dumpster rolloffs have many uses and are very practical. Whether you are doing a major demolition on a hotel or picking up leaves in your backyard, A dumpster is the best vehicle for getting the job done quickly and intelligently. Most dumpsters come in 4 basic sizes, 10, 20, 30, and 40-yard. They would be equivalent (from smallest to largest), 4, 8, 12, and 16 pickup trucks.
Some of the ways you can use a rolloff could be if you are reshingling your roof. Just put the dumpster as close as you can to the roof, and just throw the shingles or tiles right into the dumpster. Quick and smart. If you are planning on doing a remodeling job say the kitchen, a bin is the most practical use of hauling away your old kitchen cabinets, etc… It is neat and tidy. And the yard will be clutter free and that will make for happy neighbors.
Another use would be if you are tearing up the old driveway and need to get rid of some concrete. The rolloff bin will easily handle the weight of the concrete and make the filling the dumpster as easy as pie.
If you have a large backyard with tons of leaves to dispose of, a bin is a great solution. A 10-yard bin as mentioned above could easily handle 4 pickup trucks worth of debris or 90 wheelbarrows of leaves.
Say that you are having a huge backyard gala, a wedding for example. There is going to be a lot of trash generated. A bin would be the most practical solution to hauling off the waste to the landfill.
These are just a few examples of how you can utilize a dumpster. If you have any questions or want to know if we can handle a particular job, Call Easy Dumpster Rental, we most likely have experience with anything you throw at us.