Dumpster Rental in Bellevue, NE
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Bellevue’s Beautiful View
The French word for “beautiful view” is “Bellevue,” and that is exactly what the city of Bellevue offers to its fifty thousand residents an abundance with of hills that overlook the Missouri River. Bellevue has more than naturalistic beauty; there is also a warm city environment that values green space and adorns its streets with trees. Bellevue’s history dates back to the 1830s before its incorporation in 1855 and is considered the second oldest settlement in Nebraska.
Keeping Bellevue Green
If you live in Bellevue you know the value of a safe and beautiful community. Green Bellevue is an organization that works with the City to promote a number of environmentally friendly projects. The organization has a number of projects under its purview including:
- Community Trees: Residents of Bellevue know that the community has a number of trees: 2,000 acres of forest to be exact. The tree canopy has been designated as a Community Arboretum by the Nebraska Statewide Arboretum and as a Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation and aspires to plant one hundred trees each year.
- Wildlife Habitat: The Wildlife Habitat promotes Certified Wildlife Habitat and has thus far certified backyard habitats of about two hundred and fifty including Wake Robin Elementary School and the Church of the Holy Spirit.
- Dark Sky: The Dark Sky Initiative argues that the electric light that obfuscates some of the heavenly stars waste over two billion dollars of energy each year. The Earth Hour is an hour each day every year to turn out lights in support of a clean world.
- Green Schools: Most environmental advocates value educational initiatives that promote environmental awareness to the next generation. Green Bellevue is no exception and works with local schools to encourage the participation of the youth.
- Sarpy County Earth Day: Since Mayor Mixan renamed “Earth Day” to “Green Bellevue Day” the event has received increased participation and attention and has since been renamed “Sarpy County Earth Day.”
- Keeping Bellevue Beautiful: The Keeping Bellevue Beautiful program works in concert with the annual Great American Clean-up to promote recycling by businesses, organizations, and residents.
- Green Building: Green Bellevue and its volunteers work to promote green new construction that is in keeping with the standards of the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System.
- Clean Energy: Volunteers work to promote public understanding of clean energy options that might reduce the use of fossil fuels.
Recycling in Bellevue
Recycling is an important part of reducing landfills and protecting the natural environment. By increasing the percentage of recycling as a portion of total waste, a great deal of unnecessary waste disposal can be avoided. But recycling can also be an important part of renting a dumpster because it keeps items away from landfills and can save the renter money by limiting the space needed for other types of debris.
Residents that have aluminum cans, tin materials, paper (e.g. newspaper), cardboard, plastics (#1-7) paint and aerosol cans can be taken to the following sites:
- Haworth Park Drop-off Site at 2502 Payne Drive in Bellevue.
- Hastings Banner Park Drop-off Site, which is also located in Bellevue at 5005 Virginia Street,
- Recycl-abilities at 209 Galvin Road in North Bellevue.
- RiverCity Recycling is located in Omaha at 6030 S 60th Street.
Batteries (Alkaline batteries, Ni-Cd batteries, Li-ion battery, Silver Oxide Batteries, lead-acid batteries, etc.) can be taken to the following sites:
- Car batteries can be taken to Hands of Heartland at 209 Galvin Road in North Bellevue.
- Walmart Tire and Lube.
- Lead Acid batteries can be disposed of at Advanced Auto Parts on Harlan drive.
- NiCad and rechargeable batteries can be taken to Best Buy and Home Depot in Papillion.
- Single Use Batteries can be taken to Interstate All Battery Center at 920 South 72nd Street in Omaha.