Dumpster Rental in Cary, NC
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- Dumpster sizes 10, 20, 30, 40 yards.
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10 Yard Dumpster (1 TONS) 2,000LBS
4’ High, 8’ Wide, 10-12’ Long
- Smaller clean out or construction projects
- One car garage cleanups
- Bathroom remodeling
- Smaller painless placement and loading.
- Instead of making 4 pickup trips back and forth to the landfill, use the 10-yard dumpster. Same hauling capacity but only one trip and we make that for you.
20 Yard Dumpster (2 TONS) 4,000LBS
4.5’ High, 8’ Wide, 20’ Long
- Bigger garage cleanouts
- heating & air conditioning
- house remodeling
- carpeting, roofing
- minor landscaping
- Wanting to remodel but not sure what you are going to do with all the construction debris? No worries. The 20-yard dumpster rolloff can handle up to 8 pickup trucks worth of materials.
30 Yard Dumpster (3 TONS) 6,000LBS
6’ High, 8’ Wide, 20’ Long
- Major Construction
- Remodeling Projects
- Tree Removal
- Large Landscaping
- Don't be intimated by all the debris. The 30-yard dumpster can carry up to 270 wheelbarrows of junk.
40 Yard Dumpster (4 TONS) 8,000LBS
8’ High, 8’ Wide, 20’ Long
- Metal Recycling
- Major Remodeling Projects
- New Construction Projects
- Commercial Building Clean-Outs
- Apartment Buildings Roof Replacement
- Large Volume Cardboard, Paper Disposal
- There isn't a hotel or a high rise demolition the 40-yard rolloff couldn't handle. Has dimensions that are to equal 16 pickups worth of junk.
Landfills & Drop-off Centers in Town of Cary, NC
The Town of Cary resides mostly in Wake County. The town utilizes The South Wake Landfill. It is located at:
- 6300 Old Smithfield Road.
- The operating hours are Monday-Saturday 7am-4pm.
- Accepted items: municipal solid waste.
- Unaccepted items include Lead-acid batteries, Raw sewage, Yard waste.
- Visit the South Wake Landfill website for a complete list of banned materials and other pertinent information.
How to Recycle in Cary, NC
The Town of Cary City Hall website has a ton of information on recycling for all of the residents. Since 1991 Cary has been offering curbside recycling. They also have for your convenience a brochure on recycling that you can print out. Great idea!
- Just a few of the items you can put into your bin Telephone books, Empty paper bags, Bottles #1-7, Greeting cards, Lawn furniture, Pots and pans, Glass bottles and jars.
- Here are a few items that you cannot put into your recycling bin Books, Paper towels, Unnumbered plastic, Toys, Pizza boxes, Ceramics, Light bulbs.
- If you have any questions, please call the Public Works Department at (919)469-4090.
- This page instructs you on how to dispose of computers, electronics, and televisions.
- The city has prepared a FAQ’s page where you can get answers concerning all aspects of recycling.
- This is a great resource and can save you sometimes referring to this than trying to reach someone at city hall.
There are yard waste collection days and they can be found by visiting the yard waste collection day site. There are all sorts of information pertaining to the proper disposal of yard waste.
So be sure to check out all these resources the City of Cary, NC has provided for you. Help keep Cary clean and a vibrate town to live and raise a family in.
Factors that Effect the Cost of Renting a Dumpster
There are 4 factors that must be taken into consideration in the pricing model of renting a rolloff. These include; Landfill costs, Debris type, Debris weight, and Rental period. In the following article, we will address each element.
Landfill fees or tipping fees will vary from city to city. The fee is generally used to offset the cost of opening, maintaining, and closing of the landfill. Landfills are mandated by the EPA to be closely monitored for 30 years after the closure of the site. An important component of this 30 year period is watching for any leaching of waste into the underground water supply.
Expenses for the type of debris you drop off will incur different sets of costs. And that can vary widely depending on the city or county. Within the landfill itself, you will find different prices depending on the material. Cardboard could be twice as much as garbage. It may be that some materials are harder to dispose of and will command a higher premium.
Depending on the size of the dumpster you need it will impact costs. Easy Dumpster Rental rents rolloffs in 4 different sizes. 10, 20, 30, and 40 yards. More than likely a 40-yard dumpster, having more volume, is going to be heavier than a 10-yard bin, so the 40-yard dumpster at the weigh station will obviously cost more.
Easy Dumpster Rental typical offers 14 and 30-day rental periods. With over 15 years of experience on our side, this offers a couple of advantages. First, you will get the exact size dumpster for your project. We won’t rent you something you don’t need just to get an extra dollar out of you. Secondly, we will work with you if you need more rental time. Our pricing is flexible when it comes to overtime so to speak. We want happy customers so we will go the extra yard to accommodate you.
What is the Embodiment of Hazardous Waste
The definition of hazardous waste is any material or waste that can be harmful or put in jeopardy a human life. Or, it can have a detrimental effect on the environment. Even leading to the death of a human or destroying an ecosystem beyond the point of recovery.
Hazardous waste is nothing to be trifled with. Or just blow off. It demands our respect and immediate attention. It’s not just about big oil, or steel and chemical companies. It’s a lot closer to home that you realize. So close, all you have to do is scan your garage or look at what is under your bathroom sinks. Hazardous waste is everywhere.
The Government has prepared a great handout to help you recognize hazardous waste in the home.
It’s a good idea to get a grasp on the potential dangers you are exposing your family too. One way you can help protect your children is to read the labels of products before you even bring them home. And if they are already in your garage, make sure you know exactly how to use the product and the proper way to dispose of it. Another good idea is while you are grocery shopping is taking a good look around on what is on the shelves. Chances are there is a safer, more environmental safer product right in front of your eyes. Do a Google search and read up on household hazardous waste and while you are at it, search for green substitutes. The world is full of safer products that you can use.
How to Dispose of Hazardous Waste in the Town of Cary
Household hazardous waste cannot be dropped off at a landfill because of the threat of contamination. The county has directed its residents to drop off hazardous waste at one of two locations.
- North Wake Facility – 9837 Deponie Drive, Raleigh.
- South Wake Facility – 6130 Old Smithfield Road – Monday-Saturday 8am-4pm.
- Materials that can be dropped off include Propane tanks, Batteries, Acids, Paints.
- Banned items include Smoke detectors, Fire extinguishers, Radioactive materials, Ammunition.
For a complete list of waste that can or cannot be dropped off visit the Wake County Web site. If you have any questions or concerns please call (919)856-7400.
It is imperative that you do not drop hazardous waste into your curbside garbage or recycling bins. These bins go to special sites that do not accept hazardous waste. These facilities are not set up to handle materials of a corrosive or toxic nature. If you have any doubts about what you are handling and are not sure how to dispose of something you may think is hazardous, call your county officials. The number is (919)856-7400. It is better to be safe than sorry. Our environment is experiencing an overload of hazardous waste. Get informed so you can make your community a cleaner, more desirable environment.