Which Items Do We Take?

We Take Just About Everything,

Some examples of the junk we haul away include: Prices vary per item.

Refrigerator Disposal, Garbage Removal, Mattress Disposal, Foreclosure Clean Outs, Construction Waste Removal, Yard Waste Removal, Trash Removal, Appliance Removal, Television Disposal & Recycling Furniture Removal.


Which Items I Can Throw In My Dumpster


Throwing away your couch or love seat? Old chairs or futons? These items can be thrown in our dumpster or if you need assistance removing these items add a junk specialist to your clean out today


An extra fee per item will be imposed due to dump regulations if these items are in your dumpster.


Considering a residential dumpster for your home cleanout? You can put most household junk items in a dumpster, including old knickknacks, clothing, toys, pots, pans and more. Certain appliances and electronics can often be put in a dumpster, but not always - it's best to call ahead before throwing these items away.

Depending on regulations in your area, throwing appliances and electronics into a dumpster may result in a per-item disposal fee.


We take all types of wooden furniture, old dressers, tables chairs etc. If you need assistance with removing these items please call to add on a junk specialist to your dumpster rental.


Can be picked up and disposed by our junk specialist an additional fee will apply for pick up and disposal fee.


Call for specific removal pricing for this category.


Debris from building, demolition and home improvement projects can almost always be thrown away in a construction dumpster. This can include drywall, flooring, wall tiles, broken bathroom fixtures, tiles, subfloor materials, old countertops and more.


Shingles can go in a roofing dumpster in almost all service areas. Renting a dumpster is a great way to get rid of all kinds of roofing debris including underlayment, tiles, plywood and any other construction waste you may create during your project.


Yard waste can go in a dumpster in most cases. In some areas, you can put tree limbs, shrubs and other debris in a yard waste dumpster, while other areas may be limited to a few bags of grass or leaves. Tree stumps are allowed in dumpsters in some areas, but not all, so it's important to call and check before throwing them away. In addition, some locations may incur an additional disposal fee per stump


Most old appliances can go in a dumpster, unless otherwise stated. Appliances such as microwaves, stoves and dishwashers are generally accepted, but refrigerators typically cannot be thrown in a dumpster. Additionally, water heaters are not allowed in dumpster rentals, as they can collect gases and explode once they reach the landfill. Be aware that local disposal regulations may require separate charges for certain appliances.


In some areas, you can throw electronics away in a dumpster. This usually includes TVs, computers, printers and other personal electronics in small quantities. In areas with mandated e-waste recycling, there is an additional per-item charge to cover recycling costs. In other areas, we cannot accept any electronics due to local regulations.

Even if you can throw your TV in the dumpster, you might want to consider donating or recycling it first. Discover the various ways to dispose of electronics and find the right destination for your old tech.


You can use a dumpster for dirt disposal in some service areas. If dirt is not accepted in your area, be sure to research responsible dirt disposal options near you. Contaminated soil, or dirt that has been polluted with chemicals or other unnatural waste, cannot ever be put in a dumpster. It must be taken to an approved soil treatment center.


Stumps are permitted in some service areas, but not all. It's also important to note that there may be an additional fee charged per stump in some locations. If stumps or other types of landscaping debris are not accepted in your service area, find a yard waste disposal alternative that works for your project.


If you're cleaning up after a backyard wedding or neighborhood festival, chances are you may have some food waste to get rid of. In certain areas, you can put small amounts of food waste in a dumpster.

However, in some areas, food waste is prohibited entirely. Throwing food into a dumpster in these locations can result in additional fees, so you should always call ahead to check before throwing food in your dumpster. If event waste is not accepted in your services area, you should find a local composting center to properly dispose of your organic waste.


Empty aerosol cans can be put in a dumpster. However, full or partially full cans have the potential to explode. Aerosol cans with liquid inside should not be thrown in a dumpster.


Which Items I Can't Throw In My Dumpster


You cannot throw tires in a dumpster, as they can damage the landfill structures and equipment. Whole tires are capable of "floating" to the top of a landfill as methane gas builds up inside the tire's inner wall. Most auto parts stores and municipal waste departments will accept old tires to recycle them into asphalt and other industrial applications. Check this tire recycling database to find a tire recycler in your area.


No paint cans allowed, take out However, in most municipalities, you can dispose of dry latex paint as long as it's wrapped in a plastic bag. Empty paint cans are also usually accepted.


Adhesives such as glue or epoxy should not go in a dumpster as they can bind other materials to the interior of the container. Instead, throw these items out with your regular household trash or recycling.


Infectious waste includes materials that have been used in medicine or have come into contact with bodily fluids. Used medical supplies, including needles and bandages, should be handled by haulers with a license for medical waste disposal.


Car batteries, as well as lithium batteries, cannot be put in a dumpster because they can leak chemicals that are harmful to the environment. You can take old car batteries to a local recycler, such as an auto shop. Lithium batteries, like those found in laptops, can be recycled at most big-box electronics stores. General-purpose alkaline batteries, such as AA's, AAA's and D's, are allowed in a dumpster.


Hazardous materials and liquids cannot go in a dumpster. Examples of hazardous waste include asbestos, pesticides, contaminated soils or absorbents, motor oil, other automotive fluids and medical waste. Always make sure to follow the proper procedures in your location and find a hazardous waste collection center near you to handle the disposal responsibly.


Contaminated soils and absorbents that are mixed with hazardous substances cannot be disposed of through normal waste haulers. They must either be treated or contained per federal Superfund guidelines.


Chemical cleaners or solvents should not be thrown away in a dumpster. However, empty containers are usually accepted, as long as they do not contain residual chemicals.


Ink used in pens and printers, as well as resins, can damage equipment and stain the interior of dumpsters. These are best disposed of through recycling centers or retailers with drop-off locations.


Asbestos is a flame retardant found in older homes and various industrial products. It is considered to be a carcinogen in most U.S. states, which has resulted in landfill bans. If you know your home contains asbestos, you should contact a licensed contractor to ensure for a safe removal and disposal.


Industrial drums contain potentially dangerous byproducts of industrial processes. These should be disposed of through haulers licensed for hazardous waste disposal.