Dumpster Rental in South Houston, Texas
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- Our rolloff units can handle up to 5 tons of debris.
- Please note we cannot haul hazardous materials as per EPA regs.
- We rent construction dumpsters for demo jobs.
- Our services include household, construction, and yard waste removal.
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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
Solid Waste, Recycling And Cool Facts about South Houston, TX
South Houston was established in the early 1900’s and today has a population 17,000 residents. The Lewis Food Town, Inc. is headquartered in the city and has around 32 locations in the Greater Houston area. Some points of interest nearby include the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center and the San Jacinto Battleground.
Landfill and Neighborhood Recycling Centers
The City of South Houston has 14 landfills to choose from throughout the greater Houston area. The town of South Houston does not offer curbside recycling services. However, citizens can take advantage of the many landfills at their “Disposal”. Below is listed one of 6 recycling centers that accept both heavy trash and recyclables. These services are free for residents of Houston.
9003 North Main
Houston, Tx 77064
Hours of Operation
- Plastics #1-5
- Milk cartons
- Fluorescent lights
- Medical waste
Art Recycle Trucks In South Houston
The city has decided to let local artists transform their recycling trucks into a rolling work of art. Not only do the trucks draw people’s attention to recycling but it serves to bring art into areas that may otherwise not have an opportunity to view its beauty. Plus, it takes drab looking trucks bringing them alive with color.
The City of Houston Solid Waste Management Department cooperating with the Houston Arts Alliance has made this all possible. It takes a lot of imagination to get people to realize the importance of recycling and this is a very creative way to get people to think about the importance of recycling.
New Recycling Facility Being Built in Houston
A new recycling facility is being constructed in Houston which will be a 100,000 square feet and be able to process 65,000 tons of recyclable materials a month. They will incorporate single stream recycling. This helps people save time because all the sorting is done at the facility.
The rendering of the plant has an ultra-modern feel about it. The facility will recycle glass, plastics, aluminum, and metals. The other good news is that it will create 100 new jobs and that is always a great outcome.
Houston May Be Running Out Of Landfills
Harris County has 14 landfills and is some of the highest sites in the county as trash continues to pile up. Some landfills have piles as tall as a 10 story building. Every Houston resident is responsible for 9 pounds of trash a day. Many ranches are not being viewed as a potential new housing development but a potentially new landfill. This is why it is critical to making sure we are all recycling.
Over 70% of all trash delivered to dump could actually be recycled according to landfill operators. Imagine if everyone was educated on the importance of recycling. We could cut our need for landfills by two-thirds and free up space for more housing and industry.