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Zters Waste Value

11803 Grant Rd. Suite 115, Cypress TX 77429

Count on the experience and professional team at Zters Waste Value to meet the needs of your commercial waste hauling needs. We offer full-service permanent and temporary dumpster solutions. Contact us today to learn more and obtain a complimentary commercial dumpster quote.

Kofi Construction

400 Chaplin Street Southeast, Washington DC 20019

Family owned and operated, Kofi Construction specializes in junk removal, dumpster rental, home remodeling, and demolition services. We work tirelessly to ensure our customers are 100% satisfied with our work from start to finish. Let us help you make your ...

PRO Hauling and Demolition

12805 Cambleton Dr, Upper Marlboro MD 20774

PRO Hauling and Demolition is a grass-roots local business providing junk removal, demolition services, and roll-off dumpster rentals in the D.C Metropolitan area. We keep our services simple and treat our customers' homes and projects exactly how we would want ours treated; with care and respect. Reach out today for a hassle-free quote!

Commercial Waste Management Tips for Waldorf, MD

Commercial Waste Dumpsters

Should I use a commercial waste compactor?

If you own a commercial property and generate a large amount of compactable material (or you have limited space for collecting material), you should seriously consider utilizing a trash compactor as part of your waste management plan, if you aren't already.

Advantages of a commercial waste compactor:

  • Greatly reduces waste management costs
  • Minimizes the chances of developing a pest problem
  • Improves the overall appearance of the property

What types of commercial waste compactors are there?

Compactors come in many shapes and sizes, allowing them to meet a wide range of commercial waste needs.

Common Types of Compactors

  • Vertical compactors: Great for when a customer generates a large volume of waste but has limited space
  • Apartment compactors: Widely used in high-rise apartment buildings; normally use 'chutes' to move the waste materials to the waste containers at the lower levels of the building.
  • Roll-off compactors (stationary or breakaway): Involve a ground-mounted compactor connected to a removable roll-off container; used when there are large volumes of dry, compactable materials being generated and there is no space limitation issue

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