Dumpster Rental in Norfolk, NE
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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
From Norfork to Norfolk
In the mid-Nineteenth Century, several scouts traveled into the Nebraska areas to find land that would be productive farming terrain and could be claimed under the United States Homestead Act. The area was originally called “Norfork,” because it was found as a junction of the Elkhorn and its North Fork, but was thought by the U.S. postal system to really be “Northfolk.” Today, Norfolk is located in Madison County but acts as an economic hub for six counties.
Norfolk’s Eight Reasons to Recycle
Recycling is an important part of the City of Norfolk’s management and stewardship. If you are renting a dumpster, it may be a good idea to recycle separately to avoid waste being inadvertently directed to landfills. There are eight main reasons that Norfolk recycles as much as possible:
- Recycling saves money. Norfolk City notes that the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) believes that only thirty percent of recyclable waste is diverted from the normal disposal process. This leaves over one hundred and eighty billion tons of recycled aluminum and steel cans, glass and plastic bottles, and fiber, which is worth about six billion dollars each year.
- Diverting recyclable waste from the chain to the landfill is important because it lengthens the lives of landfills that would otherwise be retired and require new landfills to take their place. The Northeast Nebraska Solid Waste Coalition estimates that a new landfill in the area would cost about ten million dollars.
- Recycling is also an effective way conserves energy that would otherwise be used in producing new items, such as an aluminum can with saves ninety-five percent of required energy when recycled instead of produced from scratch.
- Methane gas is often produced by landfills, and recycling reduced the side effects of these gases.
- Just as recycling concerns energy, pollutants are reduced by recycling instead of producing products.
- Recycling is a great job-creating industry, with over one-minion people receiving salaries in the United States.
- The City argues that recycling is something that brings Americans and communities together in a commitment to their common environment.
Electronic Waste and Dumpsters
If you are renting a dumpster, electronic waste is not accepted unless you have made prior arrangements for its disposal because electronics may contain hazardous materials such as lead, mercury, and brominated flame retardants. That means that if you are cleaning your home or attic, renovating a kitchen, bedroom or den, or even demolishing a structure electronics must be disposed of separately. The City of Norfolk has the Transfer Station at 600 East Monroe Avenue in Norfolk for things including:
- Televisions, VCRs, video cameras, video game consoles, and stereo equipment.
- Computers, printers, scanners, and fax and copy machines.
- Telephones, smartphones, and cell phones.
Some items are sometimes note accepted, such as toasters, blenders, and other smaller appliances. Check with the transfer station on the best disposal of these items. In many cases, the manufacturer will take these items. In other cases, you may need to from five to fifteen dollars to recycle certain items.
If you rent a dumpster, you may want to access a transfer station for a few reasons. As noted above, you may want to recycle certain items or electronic goods. You may also have additional waste that you want to take in yourself to keep more expensive waste in your Easy Dumpster Rental container. Norfolk’s Transfer Station is located at 600 East Monroe Avenue and accepts a wide range of materials that it then sends off for appropriate disposal.
- Appliances are accepted but must be separated from trash.
- Concrete without wire is accepted.
- Yard waste may be taken to the transfer station.
- Iron and steel are acceptable but it is more advisable to take to a recycler.
- Mercury can be disposed of at the transfer station.
- Batteries are acceptable.
- Oil is accepted but should be separated from other waste.
- Paint is accepted from households (not businesses).
- Animal carcasses can be accepted at the transfer station.
Some items should generally not be taken to the transfer station, such as:
- Tires should be taken to the dealers for recycling.
- Hazardous waste is generally not accepted at the transfer station but can often be disposed of at the Household Hazardous Waste Facility.
- Asbestos is only accepted in certain forms (check with the transfer station first and visit the Pleural Mesothelioma website).
- Industrial waste and Commercial waste is only sometimes accepted.