Commercial Waste and Recycling in Glendale, AZ

Discover the top commercial waste companies serving Glendale, AZ. Hometown makes it simple to find a quality disposal service offering regularly scheduled trash and recycling collection for your business or commercial property.

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Commercial trash service
PO Box 26801, Phoenix AZ 85068

Since 2006, Team Clean and Haul Corporation has grown to be one of the Valley’s leading commercial trash haulers. We offer affordable pricing and service plans tailored to your needs. Choose between 4, 6 or 8 yard commercial front-load bins, commercial compactors, and roll off dumpsters.

(602) 635-9172

Unverified Commercial Waste Management Services

4849 W. Missouri, Glendale, AZ 85301
(623) 931-5009
All Pro Haul Junk Removal and Hauling Solutions
14221 North 51st Avenue, Glendale, AZ 85306
(480) 252-3376
Southwest RV
17030 N 63rd Ave, Glendale, AZ 85308
(623) 486-3452
Sierra Waste Systems
6722 N 59th Avenue, Glendale, AZ 85301
(623) 934-5955

About Commercial Disposal Service in Glendale, AZ

How large of a commercial trash container should I get?

Your commercial garbage company may offer a range of bin sizes, and below you’ll find examples of the most commonly available capacities (exact dimensions can vary):

  • 2 cubic yard box – 3 ft. L x 6 ft. W x 3 ft. H
  • 3 cubic yard box -- 4 ft. L x 6 ft. W x 4 ft. H
  • 4 cubic yard box -- 4 ft. L x 6 ft. W x 5 ft. H
  • 6 cubic yard box -- 5 ft. L x 6 ft. W x 5 ft. H
  • 8 cubic yard box – 5.5 ft. L x 6 ft. W x 6.5 ft. H

The trash dumpster may have an angled opening or a flat top depending upon what’s in stock. Some garbage haulers offer both options. Make sure to measure your dumpster bay to ensure the new container will fit inside.

Commercial recycling is mandatory in many cities/states

Since the recycling boom of the late 1990s, recycling rates have leveled off and remained stagnant for the past decade. Access to commercial recycling is better than ever before, but business recycling just hasn’t caught on as much as the environmentalists out there would have hoped it would. Cost and convenience are two factors why.

Because it hasn’t caught on naturally, many states and municipalities have made commercial recycling mandatory. California is one such state, which enacted mandatory recycling laws back in 2006. Businesses can often receive tax incentives that help offset the cost of recycling – talk to your waste hauler about these options.

Businesses can also earn points toward LEED certification by recycling and diverting waste from landfills.