What type of containers do you offer?
We have 15-40 yard roll-off containers for the following materials:
What are the dimensions of the containers?
How far in advance do I need to order a roll-off container?
24 hours notice is appreciated. When possible, we will provide same day service. We can do multiple pick up and deliveries in the same day on a job site and we also can arrange to do "live loads" if proper notice is given.
How much do roll-off containers cost?
Containers are priced by the size. Containers start at 15 cubic yards with a 3 ton limit and go to 30 cubic yards with a 5 ton limit. Contact us for current rates. There is an additional charge for any container over the specified weight limit; it is billed per ton over the weight limit. Container prices include one week rental; there is an additional charge for any container held over one week. There are no pick up or drop off charges for most containers.
What can't go in Roll-Off containers?
Batteries, appliances, tires, paints, chemicals, refrigerants, hazardous wastes, medical wastes, toxins, cathode ray tubes (CRT's), TV's, computers. See Waste Ban.
This document summarizes the waste control regulations pursuant to 310 CMR 19.017 of the General Requirements, Procedures and Permits for Solid Waste Management Facilities. These regulations are designed to conserve capacity at existing disposal facilities and stimulate recycling markets by diverting recyclable materials from the waste stream. They also restrict certain toxic materials that may adversely affect the environment when landfilled or incinerated.
These regulations apply to solid waste landfills, incinerators and transfer stations. It is the responsibility of the facility operator to ensure that no restricted materials above allowable quantities are accepted at the facility. Facilities should monitor their waste streams and randomly inspect trucks of waste for restricted materials. A facility may reject loads containing unacceptable amounts of recoverable restricted materials.
Definitions of Materials Restricted by 310 CMR 19.017:
Glass Containers: glass bottles and jars (soda-lime glass) but excluding light bulbs, Pyrex cookware, plate glass, drinking glasses, windows, windshields and ceramics.
Metal Containers: aluminum, steel or bi-metal beverage and food containers.
Polymer Plastics: all narrow-neck plastic containers.
Recyclable Paper: all paper, cardboard, and paperboard products excluding tissue paper, toweling, paper plates and cups, wax-coated cardboard, and other low-grade paper products, which become unusable to paper mills as a result of normal intended use.
Yard Waste: grass clippings, weeds, garden materials, shrub trimmings, and brush 1” or less in diameter (excluding diseased plants).
Leaves: deciduous and coniferous leaf deposition.
Batteries: lead-acid batteries used in motor vehicles or stationary applications.
White Goods: appliances employing electricity, oil, natural gas or liquefied petroleum gas to preserve or cook food, to wash or dry clothing, or to cool or heat air or water. These include refrigerators, freezers, dishwashers, clothes washers, clothes dryers, gas or electric ovens and ranges, and hot water heaters.
Whole Tires: motor vehicle tires of all types. Whole tires may be disposed at combustion facilities. Shredded tires (a tire which has been cut, sliced or ground into four or more pieces such that the circular form of the tire has been eliminated) are not restricted.
Cathode Ray Tubes: any intact, broken, or processed glass tube used to provide the visual display in televisions, computer monitors and certain scientific instruments such as oscilloscopes.
The following construction and demolition debris materials are prohibited from disposal as of July 1, 2006 :
• Asphalt Pavement, Brick and Concrete: asphalt pavement, brick and concrete from construction activities and demolition of buildings and similar sources.
• Wood: Treated and untreated wood, including wood waste. Wood may be disposed at combustion facilities.
Resource on Waste Bans:
Waste ban information can be found on MassDEP's web site at: https://www.mass.gov/guides/massdep-waste-disposal-bans or contact the commercial waste reduction hotline: 617-348-4002
Do we need a permit?
Any container placed on a street is required to have a permit. Some cities or towns require a permit for containers on private property also. Check with your local city or town hall.
Who is responsible for permits?
It is the customer's responsibility to obtain and pay for all permits.
How much space do we need?
Depending on the size of the container you may need anywhere from 50 to 80 feet.
How and when do we pay for the container?
We accept cash, checks, money orders and credit cards; we require payment upon delivery.
What areas do you service?
Are you a member of the LEED program?
Yes we are.