Dumpster Rental in Columbus, NE
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With other dumpster companies, renting a container feels like a major challenge to find a price and service that meets your needs. That’s why Easy Dumpster Rental makes renting a dumpster simple and even fun.
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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
Columbus Quick Facts and Its Solid Waste, Recycling Initiatives
From Ohio To Columbus Nevada
Columbus Nevada was named after Columbus Ohio in large part because many of the original settlers were from Ohio, which arrived in the 1850s for business opportunities that they believed would expand with the transcontinental railway. It would also become a hub for other branch rail lines. Today, Columbus is the county seat of Platte County.
The Solid Waste Transfer Station
If you have rented a dumpster in Columbus or are thinking of renting a dumpster from Easy Dumpster Rental, you may not think that you need to know where the transfer station is or what it accepts. However, a transfer station can be an effective method to bring recycling that is best not placed with construction and demolition debris or yard waste as well as electronics. If you are engaged in a construction project, you may want to limit your waste to construction debris and, similarly, you may want to limit yard projects to yard waste to save money (mixed waste often costs more). Hence, a transfer station can be a great tool when you are renting a dumpster. The Solid Waste Transfer Station is located in Columbus Nebraska at 250 S. 14th Avenue and takes much of the trash it receives to Northeast Nebraska Solid Waste Coalition Landfill, in Clarkson, Nebraska.
If anything adds up quickly, it is yard waste. Branches, clippings, and leaves can seem manageable but soon become a mountain on your yard. If you have more than you thought or do not want to mix yard waste with other forms of waste, then residents of Columbus are in luck. The Solid Waste Transfer Station has a free drop-off location for yard waste. The site then grinds wood-waste and brush into mulch, which is then provided to the public for free. What a great deal! So after you finish your landscaping projects, you have mulch for flower gardens and newly landscaped areas.
What about Oil?
Are you cleaning a garage or shed? You will be amazed at what you will find. When we find oil, we often don’t know what to do with it. Don’t worry, used oil and gasoline can be brought to the Solid Waste Transfer Station in Columbus. This includes:
- Used oil and gas from engines.
- Used refrigerant lubricating oil (including from jet and aircraft engines).
- Used hydraulic fluid and transfer fluids.
- Used transmission fluids.
- Cutting oils.
What is Not Accepted at the Transfer Station?
Certain items are not accepted at the Columbus Transfer Station. These items include:
- Household appliances, including freezers, refrigerators, stoves, ranges, air conditioners, washers and dryers for clothing, conventional ovens, dehumidifiers, dishwashers, heat pumps, trash compactors, water heaters, and wood-burning stoves.
- Roofing shingles, slate, and items more than eight feet long.
- Hazardous waste, such as burn barrels, lead-acid and auto batteries, paint, antifreeze, pesticides, certain oils, some types of tires, and liquid paint (hardened paint is acceptable).
Buying Great Products for the Environment?
Is you are putting your garbage in a dumpster or taking it to the Columbus Transfer Station, it is clear where it should go and how it should be presented to waste management experts. But what about buying appliances, which will eventually become white goods? What goods are the best for the environment and the easiest on our energy bills? Fortunately, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) guides us through the process of buying the most efficient appliances with its ENERGY STAR Most Efficient 2018 distinction. Through this program, the EPA rewards models that advance innovative technologies for energy efficiency. Products that are specified include kitchen items (e.g. refrigerators and dishwashers), family rooms (e.g. television, which can save about 77% on energy usage in some cases), office machines (computers, monitors, lighting systems and light bulbs) and general appliances such as heating and cooling systems, dehumidifiers, windows an doors, and fans.