Consumer fireworks are classified as 1.4G explosives and should be disposed of properly to ensure the safety of all those that may come into contact of them.
This is true for spent and dud fireworks.
Here’s how to safely get rid of old, spent and dud fireworks.
There are over 1,000 different types of mold found in the U.S. alone, and it can be toxic in the home. That’s why it’s particularly important to handle moldy drywall, lumber, flooring, and other building materials with care. When disposing of moldy building materials, it’s not a good idea to just throw them in the dumpster. In fact, some dumpster rental companies require that they are handled a special way to avoid spreading the mold spores. Here’s a quick overview of mold and how to dispose of it safely.
Renting a dumpster or hiring a junk removal company to clean out a house or business is the fastest and most efficient way to get the job done; however, some items are prohibited by law and/or by the dumpster rental company from being tossed.
State laws vary regarding the types of material that can enter local landfills, as do the list of prohibited items local dumpster rental companies accept.