Dumpster Rental in Lufkin, Texas

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10 Yard Dumpster (2 TONS) 4,000LBS

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Landfill in Lufkin, Texas

Lufkin is a city in the state of Texas and the county seat of Angelina County. Residents can make a use of Angelina County Waste Management Center to drop off their debris. The Angelina County Waste Management Center is a Type 1 Municipal Solid Waste Facility. The facility is located at the:
Angelina County Waste Management Center
7521 FM 58
Lufkin, TX 75901
Opening Hours:
Monday-Friday 7:00 am – 4:00 pm -> Trailers must be here by 3:30
Saturday 7:00 am – 11:00 am -> Trailers must be here by 10:30
Phone: (936) 632-7168

Box springs and mattresses will only be accepted on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings before 10:00 a.m.

Items not accepted by the landfill are:

  • liquids
  • print shop waste
  • paint spray
  • ash from incineration
  • medical waste
  • oil containers
  • TVs
  • computers
  • monitors
  • used tires
  • asbestos

Recycling in Lufkin

The city organizes each year a Tire & Electronic collection day. This is the rough breakdown of items that you can get rid of:

  • Computer equipment, electronics, and televisions will be accepted at no charge.
  • You can bring up to eight tires and discarded them at no charge.
  • Free disposal of a car and small engine batteries.

City of Lufkin Solid Waste Regional Recycling Center is located at the:
500 Southpark Drive
Lufkin, TX 75904
Phone: (936) 633-0340

The City of Lufkin along with Angelina Beautiful Clean now is providing glass recycling to Lufkin residents. A drop off bin is located at the City’s Recycling Center in South Park. Residents can leave clean glass jars and bottles.

Quick Interesting Facts About Lufkin

Lufkin was founded in 1882 and has a population near 40,000 residents. Lufkin is home to Lufkin Industries which makes oilfield equipment among other things. The 3 largest employers are Lufkin Industries, Pilgrims Poultry, and Lufkin Independent School District. A couple of colleges in the city include Angelina College and Stephen F. Austin State University. Some points of interest to visit are the zoo, Medford Collection of American Western Art, and Pines Theater. Some famous people from the area include professional football player Dante Hall, Emmy Award-winning producer and writer Allen R. Morris, and Major League baseball player Brandon Belt.

The Various Landfills In The States

The subject of landfills isn’t a discussion that most people have sitting around the local tavern. Nevertheless, landfills play an integral part in keeping our towns clean and safe from harmful pollutants.

Landfills are designed to be a site for debris, waste products, and solid waste. They are constructed in such a way to protect ecosystems from harmful substances. And if they are not constantly monitored could have devastating effects on our fragile environment.

The landfills of our childhood, or what used to be call dumps, are for the most part closed and regularly monitored by the EPA. The landfill of today is regularly being checked for groundwater contamination and harmful gases that can be devastating to us and the air. Landfills must have complex systems in place to keep us out of harm’s way.

For example, every landfill must meet strong quality control specifications on how they stop leachates from seeping into our underground water resources. Typically they are constructed with a top cover or layer of soil. Next is a geotextile layer, a leachate collection system, which is made up of some gravel to filter tiny bits of trash. Then a plastic liner and lastly, a clay liner that stops any water that may have seeped through the plastic liner.

Generally speaking, there are two expansive categories of landfills:

Subtitle D which deals with solid waste and Subtitle C.

Subtitle D landfills accept nonhazardous and what is commonly picked up at your curb. Furthermore, under Subtitle D you will find Industrial Landfills that handle with commercial solid waste. Bioreactor Landfills, which converts organic waste. Plus, Construction and Demolition landfills that handle waste from larger debris such as large-scale demolition of office buildings. And finally, Coal Combustion Landfills which eradicates coal residues.

Subtitle C landfills deal with hazardous waste materials. The EPA has full and final authority to manage the generation, transport, treatment, and disposal of these very toxic materials. Below you will find a list of some common household hazardous waste:

  • Motor oil
  • Bug sprays
  • Oven cleaners
  • Fluorescent light bulbs
  • E-waste such as computers and printers
  • Furniture strippers
  • Starter fluids

If you want a fuller list of household hazardous waste just do a simple Google search.

Though it is against the law for companies similar and including Easy Dumpster Rental to haul hazardous waste, we will gladly take your debris from jobs you are doing around the home or yard such as a kitchen remodel. Or, if you are involved in a construction project we can help you remove debris from these larger projects. We have dumpster-containers that can handle any size job you are contemplating doing.

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