Dumpster Rental in Omaha, 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
The Economic Resilience of Omaha
The largest city in Nebraska is Omaha and in 2009, in the aftermath of a severe recession, Forbes ranked Omaha first in their list of “America’s Fastest-Recovering Cities.” Omaha’s resilience is not surprising, as it is the home of four Fortune 500 companies including Mutual of Omaha, Union Pacific Corporation, and Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway, and five Fortune 1000 companies that contribute to its dynamic economy.
Nebraska’s Extension Program
Those of us living in Nebraska want to preserve the natural environment that we love in the most effective manner possible. One method to optimize environmental protection is to adjoin academic research on environmental protection with local government policies and information dissemination. This is accomplished through cooperation with Nebraska Counties, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Divisions of the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources through the Cooperative Extension. Omaha’s division of the extension is the Douglas/Sarpy Cooperative Extension Service.
Environmental Lawn Care
The Douglas/Sarpy Cooperative Extension Service offers research and guidelines for residents of Omaha to more environmentally take care of their waste. The Cooperative Extension offers a brochure on how to care for lawns in an environmental manner. This offers items like developing a mowing plan that can help develop a consistent schedule to mow lawns in a way that will clippings are filtered back into the lawn in a visually pleasing way and suggest (for most lawns) a 2.5 to 3-inch lawn mower blade height. The Cooperative Extension also offers guidelines to plan for the optimal use of fertilizer on the lawn and how much to use and the amount of water to use on watering lawns, the optimal methods of watering grass, how to care for grass.
In addition, the NebGuide helps residents and businesses deal with thatch. Thatch is an unpleasant condition that you may have experienced on your lawn in which layers of dead or decaying tissues develop between the green turf and the soil. As this unhealthy layer develops, the grass begins to grow into the thatch instead of the soil, weakening their grass turf. The NebGuid helps residents test for and treat thatch in their lawns.
Recycling in Omaha
Omaha has changed it recycling to a single stream recycling system. Single stream systems are considered more efficient because all recyclables can be placed in one container and then separated after the collection through a complex process that separates the materials.
If you are renting a roll-off bin dumpster from Easy Dumpster Rental, you may want to separate your recycling from your regular waste. This technique can save space for regular waste, helps the environment, and is disposed of for free. But if you have excess waste, where can you go to self-haul your recycling? The City offers a number of locations:
- Far West Central Drop-off Site is located at 1000 S 178th Street in HyVee (Glass Only).
- The Northwest Drop-off Site is located at 14949 Evans Plaza, which is on 150th and Maple streets near the West Grayhawk Shopping Center in Fresh Thyme (Glass Only).
- West Central Drop-off Site is located at Westwood Plaza at 12075 West Center Road (Glass Only).
- The Downtown Drop-off Site is located at 800 Douglas Street in Heartland Park near Riverfront Drive (glass only).
- West Drop-off Site is located at 20801 Elkhorn Drive at the parking lot.
- Northwest Drop-off Site Drop-off Site is located at the parking lot at the intersection of North 75thStreet and Corby Street.
- Northeast Drop-off Site is located at the parking lot at the northeast corner of the intersection of South 26th Avenue and Douglas Street.
- Southeast Drop-off Site can accept recyclables as well as bulk items and can be found at 6404 South 60th Street.
- Southwest Drop-off Site is located at 10330 ‘I’ Street at Firstar Fiber.