Q: What materials can NOT be placed in the roll-off container?
A: Dirt & Rocks
Paint & Thinners (Dry Cans Only)
Liquids / Solvents / Freon or Chemicals
Biohazard materials or Medical Waste
Equipment containing gas or oil including oil rags
White Goods (refrigerators, stoves, etc)
Concrete should be placed in a separate container
Q: Do I need to be on site when the roll-off container is delivered?
A: It is preferable that the customer be available to sign for the container placement and other terms of delivery. Payment is also required at the time of delivery by cash or check, or by credit card by phone. If you are unavailable during the delivery of your container please make arrangements to have a delivery slip agreement emailed or faxed to you prior to delivery, as we must have complete paperwork in order to deliver the container. If you cannot be there please mark the spot with paint, flags or other objects.
Q: What is required for service?
A: Be sure to maintain clear and safe access. Also, you will need to ensure there are no vehicles parked in front or on the sides of the container. If containers are not accessible or are overloaded when the driver arrives there is a trip charge to have them return at a later time. The container door must be closed with all trash inside of the container.
Q: How fast will my service be after I call?
A: If you call in the morning we will make every effort to provide service the following business day. If you call in the afternoon we will make every effort to service your container the next day but due to landfill hours and business volume it may require an additional day.
Q: How much space is needed for a container?
A: For 20 yard and larger we will need a minimum of 60 ft front to back, 10 feet wide and 25 feet of overhead clearance.