The Facts About Garbage Removal

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The Facts About Garbage Removal

Hello, my name is Gloria Dunklin and this blog is here to inform you about garbage removal. One day as my young son watched the garbage truck take our trash away, he started asking me questions. He wanted to know many things about the process, such as how the truck worked and where the trash goes after they pick it up. I could barely answer his questions and my lack of knowledge about garbage removal was apparent. I wanted my son's questions to be answered, so we went and talked to an employee that worked at the garbage company. The employee explained everything very thoroughly to us and it was interesting to learn all about garbage removal. So that's how this blog came about. I wanted to share my newfound knowledge with everyone. I hope you find garbage removal just as fascinating as my son does.


4 Tips For Using Your First Dumpster Rental Service

Using a dumpster rental is a great way to get a lot of junk off of your property, which is why many people use these services when going through a large home renovation where many materials are going to be thrown away. If you are thinking about using a dumpster rental for the first time, here are four things you need to know:

  1. You Need to Make Room for the Dumpster: First off, you need to be sure that you have room for your dumpster on the property. The area that the dumpster is sitting on needs to be flat and able to support the weight of a dumpster. If you don't have room on your property and need to use the street instead, then you need to get a permit from the city that you can show to the dumpster rental company. They won't place the dumpster on the street in front of your property if you do not have this permit. 
  2. You Should Prevent Smells: When it comes to throwing away items that have an odor, you should bag them tightly before dumping them in the dumpster. This is also going to prevent bacteria from spreading, which is ideal for health. Bagging items with an odor is even more important if the dumpster is going to be on your property for a number of days. You will be thankful for it and so will your neighbors. 
  3. You Need to Keep it Level: When you dispose your belongings, you need to keep it level in the dumpster. This is going to prevent potential tipping. On top of this, you will know whether or not you can still fit certain things in the dumpster or whether or not you need to rent another dumpster in order to dump more of your materials. You also need to be sure that it is level on the top and not overflowing because the dumpster rental company will either refuse to pick up the dumpster or charge you an additional fee. 
  4. You Need to be Aware of What you are Dumping: When it comes to using the dumpster rental, you must be aware of what can and cannot be dumped inside of it. For example, you cannot dump paints, chemicals, tires, or oils. Be sure to ask for a list from your dumpster rental company so that you are fully aware of what is and isn't allowed. This is important for safety reasons. 

When you know these four tips for using your first dumpster rental, you can be sure that you use it in the best way possible.