Dumpster Rental in Conneaut, OH
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How We Provide “The Right Stuff” Container Service In Conneaut:
If it has dawned on you that you may be getting rather expensive sounding quotes for bin rental service it may be high time to find a more cheaper alternative. We have the rates that will thrill you.
- Same day service for residents of Conneaut and neighboring cities.
- Choose from our 10, 15, 20, 30, and 40 cubic yard open top rollways.
- If you have any questions about your ental or life, in general, our Account Managers can help.
- Read stories from our former customers that sound like best sellers.
- Our services can easily dispose of both residential and construction debris.
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We not only give you the lowest prices in Conneaut but we guarantee that they will be. Because we run a tight ship here, we can offer better rates on all rentals than our competitors can only dream about.
- No one does it better for less than Easy Dumpster Rental.
- We have a front load unit weight calculator that engineers happily endorse.
- Our low-cost bins come in wholesale flat rates with no hidden fees.
- We are more transparent about our costs than Caspar the Ghost.
- Rent our largest 40-cubic yard dumpster for those massive projects for less.
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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
Recycling, Solid Waste and Cool Facts About Conneaut, OH
The city of Conneaut sits at the mouth of Lake Erie on the Conneaut River. The population is around 12,000 residents. Conneaut borders Pennsylvania. The village was settled in 1833. The 3 largest businesses are CSP, General Aluminum, and CW Ohio. There are many things residents and visitors alike can take advantage of in this beautiful city. There is Conneaut Park and the Conneaut Historical Railroad Museum. The town has a treasure trove of famous people including the anthropologist Laura Bolton and Yale University football player and the second individual to win the Heisman Trophy, Larry Kelly.
Recycling and Solid Waste
A few cities in Ashtabula County have weekly recycling curbside pick up. Conneaut does not offer curbside recycling services. For those who have not contracted with a hauler, the county has drop-off sites for recyclables. The county mandates that you follow these instructions for recycling. All recyclables must be loose and not in bags. The facility does hand sorting.
Ashtabula County has about a dozen or so drop off locations. This link will give you directions and hours for each drop off locations.
However, single-stream recycling is encouraged. If all possible rinse all cans and jars. This is to keep odors at a minimum at the recycling center. If you add materials that cannot be recycled to your load, the materials will be discarded at the landfill. So be extra careful in this process of filling your bins.
These items can be recycled.
- Mixed Paper
- Steel Cans
- Laundry bottles
Do not recycle the following.
- Plastic Bags
Also, no wires, electronics, clothing, and motor oil.
Ashtabula County Recycling Center
Jefferson, OH 44047
Call: (440) 576-9090
Hours of Operation
Closed Saturdays and Sundays
If you need to dispose of alkaline batteries just put them in with your solid waste. Lead batteries must be taken to a retailer of lead acid batteries. Ohio law states that they must take your batteries. If you have propane tanks, take them to any Blue Rhino outlet.
Dried paint can be removed if you place in with your regular trash. Unused medicines can be taken to the Ashtabula Sheriff’s Office. Take your old clothes to any Goodwill Store. If you have books, you can also drop them off at the Goodwill, or take them to your local library.
If you have televisions that are in working order charitable organizations will gladly accept your TV’s. Tires must be taken to a local tire retailer. Light bulbs can be taken to lamb recycling places. For more information about light bulb disposals and other items please follow this link.
What Should I Do If It Begins To Storm?
Well if you see that rain is beginning to fall it would be a great idea to go out and put a cover of some sort over the open top rollaway. Plastic or a tarp will be able to stop the rain from getting in. Having water in your rolloff will cause the weight to increase and when we go to weigh the bin at the landfill, you may be charged extra for the extra weight caused by the rain. This is the last thing we wont to see happen to you. and because you are in an area where there is snowfall it might be a good idea to keep the dumpster covered at all times.