Q: What if I obstruct the container and it is non-accessible at removal?
A: In the event we come to remove the container and it is blocked by anything such as a snow bank, a new driveway setting up, or anything for that matter, you will be charged a predetermined rental fee per day for each day the container remains on your property after the day you call for removal. You will also be charged a "go-back fee" each time we go to remove the container and it is blocked.
Q: What happens if it rains and the load gets wet?
A: In the event you rent a container from us and it rains, we are not in any way responsible for excessive weight due to such situations. We recommend you plan accordingly in advance.
You may at your expense purchase a tarp to cover the container in the event of such situations but this does not guarantee prevention of water. You must remove tarp prior to container removal or it will be disposed of at your loss and expense.
Q: What can I put in a Dumpster?
A: Temporary containers are rented out for either one of three purposes: home remodeling projects, new construction projects, or house cleanouts. All items in the container must be nonhazardous. In the event it is a home remodeling or new construction project such items are acceptable:
• Floor or Wall Tiling & Other Small Incidental
Materials from the Project
|• Old Wiring
• Asphalt Roofing Shingles
In the event it is a house cleanout project such items are acceptable but not limited to:
• Plastic Toys
|• Boxes of Junk
• Small Metal Items
• Books & Magazines
Q: What if I do put a banned item in the dumpster?
A: State and Federal Laws are enforced strictly at disposal sites. Loads can be rejected and fines can be imposed. In the event a load is rejected, and/or a fine is imposed, you, the customer will be responsible for any fines. You will also be responsible for fees involved in time and labor for proper removal and disposal of such items.