Roll Off Dumpster Rental in Columbus, GA
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Mark Dunning Industries is a locally owned and operated dumpster rental company that specializes in solid waste management, waste collection, garbage removal, trash hauling and recycling. Our team is dedicated to providing our customers with efficient, timely service and affordable dumpsters to rent.
Bin There Dump That is a residential friendly dumpster rental company proudly serving the Columbus, GA area. We’re a Veteran-Owned business that offers a 10% discount for Military and First Responders. Our unique dumpsters offer a space-saving design and easy walk-in doors.
Zters Waste Value works hard to provide outstanding customer service. We offer a variety of waste management solutions including temporary dumpster rental, storage containers, portable toilet and portable fencing rental. Call today and our friendly representatives can quickly help you schedule a roll-off dumpster.
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Columbus, GA Frequently Asked Dumpster Rental Questions
How long can I keep the dumpster?
The rental provider’s terms will spell out the standard rental duration. In most cases, a 7-day or 10-day rental period is the norm.
You can often extend or shorten these terms upon request. There is usually a daily fee for extending the rental period. To have the container picked up early, give your rental provider a call and request an early pickup. They may or may not have a driver available to pick it up the same day, so it’s best to plan ahead and schedule this.
What happens when you overfill the dumpster?
If you fill the roll-off above the designated fill line—there’s generally a separate fill line for construction debris and for household junk/waste—the dumpster company has the right to remove some or all of the load. In many cases, you as the customer are responsible for unloading the material/debris until the load complies with the rental company’s policy.
By law, they cannot haul the bin with waste, junk or debris exceeding the top of the container. Additionally, they need to tarp the load, and if they cannot secure the tarp down properly, they may need to remove some debris from the top.
The same goes for weight, although this is generally only an issue with heavy debris, like concrete, brick, roofing shingles, or dirt. If you fill the dumpster beyond the truck's lifting capacity, you will have to remove some of the debris.