Dumpster Rental in Knightdale, NC
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- You can request a container pickup online if you prefer.
- Deliveries are made to virtually any residential or commercial location in town.
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10 Yard Dumpster (2 TONS) 4,000LBS
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40 Yard Dumpster (5 TONS) 10,000LBS
Landfill, Recycling and Quick Facts About Knightdale, NC
Knightdale was first surveyed in 1700 and has a population today of 12,000 residents. Situated on the Neuse River Knightdale is a suburb of Raleigh. The town has a few sites listed on the National Registry of Historic Places including Midway Plantation House and Beaver Dam. Some colleges in the area are St. Augustine’s College and Shaw University. The city has 2 parks and 2 community centers where the usually recreation activities are available. Some famous people from the area include actress Emily Proctor, film star Evan Rachel Wood, and star of “Malcolm in the Middle” Frankie Muniz.
Recycling and Garbage
Knightdale is in Wake County in North Carolina. The Town of Knightdale provides citizens with a weekly garbage and recycling curbside services.
Loose Leaf Service
The town provides loose-leaf curbside service multiple times per year. Do not bag the leaves as they are collected by a vacuum truck. No rocks or hard items accepted, but small branches, clippings, and grass trimmings.
Residents can also have their bulk items picked up for an additional fee of $15 per items. You must call at least a week in advance to schedule a pickup. If there are a lot of items you may be better off ordering a small dumpster rather than paying $15 per item.
For anyone that has access to the pickup truck or trailer can take advantage of the South Wake Landfill and dispose of items directly to the landfill. The landfill can be reached and is located at the:
South Wake Landfill
Apex, NC 27502
Hours of Operation
Items accepted at this landfill include:
- Municipal Solid Waste
Items not accepted at this landfill include:
- Aluminum cans
- Hazardous waste
- Box springs
The Landfill is a Gas-to-Energy facility and is typically producing on average 6 Megawatts of constant power. It seats on the 179 acres of disposal area with many acres of buffer. 6 Megawatts of electricity This amounts to power around 6,000 homes throughout a peak demand and about 12,000 homes in off-peak hours. Please follow this link to the county landfill homepage for more information.
A Few Hints To Help Us Keep Our Ecosystem Looking Great
Our environment is quite fragile. Our natural resources are running low. Landfills are becoming overfilled and most neighborhoods don’t want a new dump built in their backyard. Plus, the permitting process for a new landfill is onerous and can take years to get approval. In some cases, it can take up to a decade to get a permit and billions of dollars to build a new landfill. The reason we mention this is because landfill operators across the country are discovering that 70% of all waste they receive can be recycled.
Cities and counties are running low on funds and people are getting tired of being overtaxed. So we need to take some creative steps to help alleviate the landfill crisis that America is facing. And herein lies the problem and the solution. We need to recycle more. Our country is facing a major crisis and recycling is one of the answers. And by far the simplest and most economical to help ensure the continued viability of our environment before it is too late. Take a look below at some suggestions that will go a long way in helping to restore our ecosystems.
- Buy a tote bag to take shopping with you: A canvas bag or two will cut drastically on the amount of plastic you will use. As some of you may know there are giant plastic patches in both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans that are destroying our marine life. If you are not in a room make sure the lights are turned off. As our parents used to always remind us. This will lower your utility bill and save energy. Monitor your thermostats and keep them at the lowest levels as possible. For example, it is recommended to keep your A/C at 78 degrees.
- Recycle all you can: Recycling is the simplest thing we can do. Most cities and counties make it very easy to recycle. All cities have curbside bins and some employ what is called single-stream recycling. So you don’t even have to separate all the materials. It is done at the recycling plant. Utilize recycling centers like the Goodwill for stuff you don’t need anymore. Give unused food to a food bank
- Don’t throw your unused medication down the sink: This is a big issue and will contaminate our drinking water. The toilet is not the answer either. In my city, the local police station will take your unused meds and incinerate them for you.
- Some other hints: Use “Green” products around the home that are eco-friendly to you and the environment. Do a Google search and you will find tons of info to help you make the right decisions. Go to your city hall website and they will have a lot of good resources to check out and they will also tell what you can and cannot recycle.
Do your part and help make our cities beautiful again.