Maximum net weight limit for all containers is 15,000 lbs, or 7 tons. The container size does not make a difference or change the weight limitations. The various container sizes are for various types/densities of debris. Large containers are for bulky, lightweight debris such as desks, furniture, etc. Small containers are for heavy, dense materials such as tile, broken ceramic fixtures, concrete, dirt etc. If you are filling concrete or dirt in a 20 yard container, it CANNOT BE MORE THAN 10 YARDS (HALF FULL 20 YD). Heavy fines if the container is loaded more than half. No debris can stick out of the container, or piled on top over the container. Everything must be INSIDE, leveled. If it is overloaded, you will be charged a minimum $150+ overload fee and we will offload the overloaded debris.
If you damage the container, you will pay for repairs, plain and simple. Moving containers is strictly forbidden. DO NOT move the container once it has been placed. Heavy equipment such as skid steers, excavators, forklifts, dozers damage these containers, as they extremely powerful, and are not designed to move roll off containers, and they cause heavy damage to the container. You will be heavily fined if there is any damage found on the container. Do not load via heavy equipment, do not move with heavy equipment, and do not "pack" dumpsters. Packing dumpsters with an excavator damages the side walls and the floor/cross members-- you will be charged for all repairs.
If the access to the container is blocked, power lines hanging too low, container overloaded, if there is contaminant dripping out of the container, if the ground is too soft, or any other reason. If you call for a pickup, and the driver is unable to pickup within 15 minutes of arrival to the job-site, you will be charged a dry-run / inconvenience fee of $150. Whenever you call a container in for pick up, make sure everything is ready to go, make sure the container is leveled with no debris hanging out, or piling on top of the rim of the container.
All containers must be placed on dry, stabilized ground. The drivers are instructed to not place boxes on wet, soft or unstable ground. If you guide the truck to place the box somewhere, and the truck gets stuck, you are responsible for towing expenses, and damages to truck, if any occur.
Not much needed to explain here. Please make sure everything on your end is taken care of regarding city permits, county permits, HOA permits, fire marshall permits, etc. That is not our responsibility. We simply deliver dumpsters and haul off the waste.
Radioactive Metals | Tires | Paint | Any form of Oil | Biodegradable Waste | Biohazard Materials | Human or Animal Waste | Food Waste | Manure | Sewage | Sludge | Slaughterhouse Waste | Any Contaminated Materials
If any of these items end up in the container, you will be fined, and or legally charged. If tires end up in container, we charge $25 per car tire, $35 for each pickup truck tires, and $50 for each semi truck tires. Do not put tires in the dumpster and you won't be fined.