Dumpster Rental in Roanoke Rapids, NC
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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
Landfill, Recycling and Quick Facts About Roanoke Rapids, NC
Roanoke Rapids was settled in the 1700’s and was initially a mill town. Today the population is around 15,000 residents. The city has a few historical sites including Roanoke Rapids High School and the Roanoke Canal. The 3 largest employers are Loews Regional Distribution Center, Halifax Regional Medical Center, and Kapstone Paper and Packaging. The Parks and Recreation Department offers basketball, baseball, softball, swimming, and boating. Some famous people from the area include singer Chris Daughtry, Howard University president James Cheek, and baseball player Ron Davis.
Recycling and Landfill
Roanoke Rapids is located in Halifax County in North Carolina. The Town of Roanoke Rapids does offer weekly recycling curbside collection services. Citizens are encouraged to take advantage of the county landfill.
Unity of the Carolinas
Halifax, NC 27839
Hours of Operation
This is a contracted service,
residents must call for pickup.
Items accepted for pick up include:
- Aluminum Cans
- Food containers
- Steel Cans
- Plastic water bottles
Items not accepted for pick up include:
- Light bulbs
- Waxy cardboard
- Plastic tubs
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Understanding The Threats That Hazardous Wastes Pose
The EPA describes hazardous waste as a waste with properties that make it dangerous or capable of having a detrimental effect on the well being of humans and our ecosystems. Hazardous waste can be derived from solids, sludges, and liquids. Once is deemed that a waste is hazardous it is transported by special trucks. It is then recycled, treated, and it is disposed of. For a waste to be considered hazardous it must fall under the following 4 categories. Ignitability, Toxicity, Corrosivity, and Reactivity. Below we will give a definition of each characteristic.
Ignitability: These are materials including liquids with flash points of 140 degrees Fahrenheit. When a fire breaks out there can be many problems to deal with including, but not limited to, hazardous waste entering the atmosphere and which in turn can cause air pollution. This result can cause dangerous health risks to people with allergy and asthma symptoms.
Toxicity: These are a waste when absorbed or ingested can be harmful to the system. Typically these toxins are leached into our aquifers from landfills that lack proper lines and underground monitoring systems which can result in polluted water.
Corrosivity: A waste that has a pH equal to or less than 2. A pH that is greater than 12.2 can have the ability to corrode steel.
Reactivity: These are harmful because they may be unstable under normal circumstances. They may react with water, emit toxic gasses, or could explode.
Few of us don’t even realize that they have hazardous in their homes, garages, and other storage areas around the home or yard. So it is important that you are keenly aware of these waste and the potential threat they present to you and your family. Some of the more common household hazardous waste include:
- Motor oil
- Fluorescent light bulbs
- E-waste including computers
- Wood and metal cleaners
- Bug sprays
- Adhesives and glues
Make sure you follow the directions on the product labels and know how to properly dispose of these materials when you have finished using them. Take preventive steps, so small children are protected from these materials. If you are unclear if a material or product you have is hazardous call your local environmental engineer or contact your regional EPA office.
The best and safest course of action is not to bring these harmful materials into your home from the get-go. Do a Google search to find safer, greener products. There are thousands of safer products and some you can find right on your local grocery shelf. Be smart and protect you, your family, and the environment.