Dumpster Rental in Mansfield, TX
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For over 16 years we have led the industry in giving customers the service that they expect without comprising our values. We treat every client with respect and dignity. And because of this people love doing business with us.
- Rent a container with one quick and simple phone call.
- We cannot accept flammable and/or hazardous waste.
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- Deliveries are made to virtually any residential or commercial location in Mansfield.
- Our rolloff-bin services are always on time and they are guaranteed.
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- We have developed an easy to use dumpster weight calculator.
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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
To recycle in the city of Mansfield you need to order a 95-gallon cart for the weekly curb recycling program.
Items that are accepted in the recycling cart:
- junk mail
- colors of glass
- aluminum cans
- Plastic #1-7
Items that are NOT accepted in the recycling cart:
- Ink jets
- Cell phones
- Cooking Oil
- Paint Cans
- Motor Oil
- Wet paper
- Window glass
- Plate glass
Bulk Waste in Mansfield, TX
Residents have the ability to dispose of big items such as washing machine, furniture, etc. with a curbside service by special arrangement. You have to call in advance to request a special truck that will pick those items up. Residents can also use a Republic Services Arlington Landfill, which is located at the:
Republic Services Arlington Landfill
800 Mosier Valley Rd
Euless, TX 76040
Monday to Saturday: 7AM – 4:30PM
Phone: (817) 354-2300
Items accepted for bulk pickup are:
- Water tanks
- Washing machines
Appliances(excluding any refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners or other appliances that do not contain written or visual evidence that the chlorofluorocarbons (CFC’s) have been removed by a certified, authorized and licensed technician.
Same as bulk items, yard waste is as well arranged by special request to the city of the waste management and requesting special truck to collect large piles of brush. There is an additional charge for this service.
Other Interesting Facts About Mansfield
Mansfield was settled in the 1860’s and has a population close to 70,000 residents. The city is considered one of the wealthiest towns in all of Texas. The Mansfield Independent School District leads the way with the highest employment with 4,600 employees. Next comes Mouser Electronics and Methodist Mansfield Medical Center. Farr Best Theater is the site for concerts, musical revues, and live performances. The city also has 8 baseball fields and an indoor soccer field. For those hot summer days, the town has the Hawaiian Falls Water Park. Mansfield also has a wonderful nature park system spanning 80 acres of trails and an additional 11 parks. Some famous people from the city include boxer Troy Dorsey, writer John Howard Griffin who wrote the bestseller,”Black Like Me,” and actress Tamela Mann.
The Seriousness Of The Lack Recycling
When I study recycling in America one glaring statistic stands out and sums up the lack of effort that we put into recycling. Landfill owners report that over 75% of thrash coming to their landfills are materials that can actually be recycled. This is alarming. We are not sure if it a lack of education on what can and cannot be recycled or people are apathetic to the whole notion of recycling.
Whatever the reason a more concerted effort must be made by both the government and the people of this country. Most city or county websites have pages dedicated to recycling. And the majority of cities offer recycling bins or provide recycling centers for drop-offs. And to make it even easier for us they also have moved to Single-Stream Recycling to make that much easier. This is a process where you don’t have to separate materials before they go to the curb the city landfill will do it for you.
And a lot of businesses have moved to Zero-Waste Recycling. Where no items are sent to a recycling center but are remade into new products. Thus saving a tremendous amount of energy and preserving our natural resources. If we concentrated our efforts on recycling there would be less of a demand for landfills. And the majority of Americans do not want a landfill in their backyard.
One of the biggest culprits when it comes to lack of recycling is plastics. Our seas and oceans are rapidly becoming one large plastic patch. And as consequence wildlife managers are discovering plastics in the fish we consume. Plastics can take forever to break down and some can take up to 500 years.
Because plastics are made from petrochemicals they pollute not only our oceans but our lakes and rivers too. Some scientists believe that the Pacific Ocean plastic patch is the same size as the state of Texas.
Next time you are at the seashore just look around and see all the plastic soda bottle, bags, and straws that are littering our beaches. Each year we toss away over 40 billion plastic food and drink bottles.
So what can we do to try to either minimize this problem or completely eradicate it? It’s not complicated at all. Simply follow the 3 Rs of recycling:
- Reduce: Bring a tote bag to the grocery store. Use products that are returnable or reusable. Avoid snack packs and single serve containers. Stop using plastic bags.
- Reuse: Repurpose items. Instead of throwing away old jars use them instead to store nails or screws. Donate unwanted clothes or books to the Goodwill or other charitable organizations.
- Recycle: Instead of buying plastic bottles but glass instead. Purchase products that have been made from recycled materials.
These are just a few tips you can do to help rid our environment of hard to break down materials. Do a Google search and explore all the possibilities so you can have a positive effect our eco-systems.
Easy Dumpster Rental has a wide variety of canister units available to help you get your recyclables to either a recycling center or landfill that recycles. We have great prices and a super friendly staff to help you get the job done.