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    Details on Dumpsters & Containers

How long do I have it?
How heavy can it get?
How much room is needed to put it in place?
How wide does my driveway need to be?
Can they damage my driveway?
What about putting it on my lawn?
Will I have to sign a waiver?
Climbing on or in a container?
How high can I load it?
Where should I stand at pickup or dropoff?
Where can I park my car?

How long do I have it?
Rental is for a week, but you can extend that time for an added fee. Just let us know when.

How heavy can it get?
A generous amount of weight is included in your base rental fee depending on the size, but additional fees per ton are needed if it is exceeded. Why? We wish we didn’t have to do this, but we are charged by the ton at the landfill for the disposal.

How much room is needed to put it in place?
Due to the size of the equipment used to transport these containers, a minimum of 70’ in a straight line is required to perform the work. There are times during the process where the mechanism will require 18’ of clearance overhead. Therefore, low power, telephone, and cable lines across the driveway are a common issue.

How wide does my driveway need to be?
Due to the width of the vehicle, the driveway must be over 9’ wide. If there are upright structures such as fence posts or pillars, there must be at least 9 ½’ of clearance for our vehicle to enter the property.

Can they damage my driveway?
These containers are very heavy and could potentially damage your paved driveway. It is recommended that wooden planks be left for our driver to place under the container to protect your property.

What about putting it on my lawn?
Lawns, walkways, and underground structures such as sprinkler systems or septic tanks are also vulnerable to damage if we place the container on your lawn.

Will I have to sign a waiver?
Our drivers are trained to know the limitations of their equipment. Through their years of experience, they have learned what can happen when asked to place the container in certain areas. There may be times when you may be asked to sign a damage waiver.
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Climbing on or in a container?

Never climb on or in the container. The material inside might be sharp or slippery and cause injury.

How high can I load it?
Never load the container above the sides. It is our responsibility to transport the material safely to the disposal site. If the container is overloaded, material could fall off during transport and damage another vehicle or worse.

Where should I stand at pickup or dropoff?
Feel free to watch. It’s an amazing sight. But, when our equipment is loading or unloading the container, please stay clear of the area. This takes a lot of skill and the operator must be able to concentrate on the task at hand to safely perform his work.

Where can I park my car?
Please do not park your car near the container. Your vehicle could be damaged as a result of the activities that occur near this equipment. Also, service could be delayed or an attempt fee could be levied if the container is blocked.