Dumpster Rental in North Olmsted, OH
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How We Provide Great Roll Off Service And Low Prices In North Olmsted:
- We have a wide variety of rolloffs to choose from. No matter what size project you are taken on.
- Our long rental periods allow you to work at a pace that is comfortable for you. So take your time.
- We have a flat rate pricing model that prevents hidden fees and added surcharges.
- Easily extend your container rental period for a flat, daily cost. Call us with any questions.
- Please note that we cannot haul away hazardous waste. The EPA will not tolerate this at all.
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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, Yard Waste and Fun Facts About North Olmsted, OH
The population of North Olmsted is 32,000 residents. The city is on the west side of Cleveland. The town was originally a part the French Colony of Canada which was then taken over by the Brits in 1763. The Moen Corporation is headquartered here and likewise CommutAir. Another major employer is the million square foot retail center, The Great Northern Mall. In 1931 the North Olmsted Municipal Bus line was started and is one of the oldest transit systems in America. The Parks and Recreation Department has both an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, gymnastics, an ice rink, and tennis. You can also find youth and adult sports, youth day camps, and a state of the art fitness center. Some famous people from the city include composer Doug Beck, novelist Thom Hatch, artist Randy Wood, and the likable, super chef and restaurateur Michael Symon.
Recycling and Yard Collection Services
Recycling collection is offered weekly at the tree lawn. Each resident is given a 65-gallon green bin.
These items will be accepted for recycling:
- Beverage bottles
- Plastic tubs
- Shampoo containers
- Food Jars
- Water bottles
Banned from recycling at the curb:
- Clothes hangers
- Flower Pots
Bulk Waste Collection
Bulk waste includes such items as furniture, tables, televisions, and mattresses. Bulk waste is picked up the first week of the month. Unacceptable items include:
- Large car parts
Contractors must remove their own debris and materials.
The city has a scheme called “The Simple Recycling Program.” This program is for such items as clothing, kitchenware, tool, and toys. The city will provide special bags in which you are to place this unwanted stuff. Just place the bags by your recycling bin. The driver will leave you with more bags as needed. For more information please go to the city of North Olmsted website. Alternatively, you can drop these items off at:
5425 Naimen Road
North Olmsted, OH 44139
Yard Waste Services
The city requests that you place all yard waste in brown paper bags and should be labeled “Yard Waste.” Bags should never weigh more than 50 pounds. Ensure that small tree limbs and brush is cut and bundled and not exceeding four feet in length. Christmas trees will be picked up on the very first collection days in January. You are allowed toss out grass clippings in the trash cart. Tree and landscape contractors are responsible for their own removal of yard waste.
Garbage is picked up weekly and the hauler would like you to follow these simple tips. Make sure your trash bin is out before 7 am on the day of collection. Do not stuff or jam your carts. Ensure your lids are tightly closed. This will prevent trash from spilling all over your lawn or street. Also, a tight lid will stop small animals from going into your garbage. Food waste should be drained and placed in a plastic bag before you put it into your 95-gallon cart. Broken glass and other sharp items should be placed into a container before it goes into the cart.