What can I throw in a dumpster?
- Furniture. Couches, tables, chairs—almost all types of furniture are accepted in dumpsters.
- Yard waste.
- Brick, Stone, Concrete, and asphalt.
- Paint, Stains, and Lacquers.
What can you throw in a rented dumpster?
Household junk and debris from construction or home improvement projects are typically allowed in a dumpster. This includes remodeling debris such as drywall, lumber, flooring, cabinetry and siding, as well as general household items from decluttering projects.
Can you throw concrete in a dumpster?
Heavy materials. Extra large items like automobile tires, bricks, asphalt, concrete and mortar should not be disposed of in dumpsters. It’s not safe for dumpster and landfill employees to remove such bulky items from dumpsters and into landfills.
Can you throw a toilet in a dumpster?
Other companies may not allow for curbside pickup of such a large item. If the service is available, place the toilet out for pickup on the day specified by the company. Before throwing your toilet away in a dumpster for an apartment complex, check with the waste disposal company to see if it allows such disposal.
What can go in a bagster?
The Bagster bag can hold up to 3,300 lb We can accept up to one cubic yard of heavy materials such as dirt, brick, rock, sod, concrete, sand, asphalt, plaster, stucco, etc. For safety reasons, Waste Management* will NOT collect a Bagster bag that is loaded with more than one cubic yard of heavy debris.
What does a 10 yard dumpster look like?
10 Yard Dumpster Dimensions
The typical measurements are 14 feet long, 7.5 feet wide and 3.5 feet high. It can hold up to 10 cubic yards of debris in volume, which is about 50-60 13-gallon trash bags.