Renting a dumpster is no daily activity, and that is why a few people experience challenges understanding a lot of the basic terms. Therefore, to make things a tad easier for our potential customers, we have developed a blog with a nice list of dumpster rental terms along with their definitions. You’ll no longer be confused when given an invoice or any waste management-related document for you to peruse or sign. For homeowners that might have to hire a dumpster for their demolition, home improvement, or new construction project, you should count on the Atlantic Waste Group to give you top-notch waste removal services. Read on to learn more!
Dumpster Rental Permits
We start the need for rental permits because it is one of the most asked questions by all potential customers. Getting a dumpster rental permit really depends on your municipality and the ownership of your current property. You might get a rental permit when you are not the owner of the proposed location for your dumpster.
This is a generic name used to describe any kind of movable garbage containers, but you probably already knew this. Most times, it is known as a “roll-off dumpster,” “rental dumpster or “roll-off bin.” They’re all designed to be lifted away by a special truck that will empty the content at the landfill or dump.
This garbage rental term means Construction and Demolition. Any C&D Projects are expected to generate waste like concrete, gravel, bricks, or other similar materials.
This term has everything to do with weight allowances or the allotted amount of space that is used per dumpster. The weight allowance isn’t the same for all companies, but it is compulsory to abide by the limit provided by each dumpster rental provider. If you exceed the limitations given by the company, it is known as “overage,” and you will definitely be penalized.
This is a customer’s fee payable for the rental duration or dumpster pickup services rendered by the dumpster rental provider.
This is the fee that is incurred by dumpster providers at the landfills, and it isn’t constant.
The classification of hazardous waste really depends on the regulatory agencies and local laws of your municipality. However, wastes are classified as unsafe when they have any potentially dangerous characteristics, like chemicals, explosives, flammables, liquids, or other harmful materials.
Waste Removal and Transportation Services You Can Rely On
Atlantic Waste Group has satisfied both commercial and residential clients for years with our many waste removal and equipment transportation services. We provide clients with the reliable and quick services that they need at the drop of a hat! Our services are available to those living in the Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Prince Georges, Montgomery, Howard, and Carroll Counties in Maryland!
For more information about our services and a free online quote, visit our website and give us a call at (410)-768-4720! Our office hours are Monday – Friday, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Our hours are very flexible throughout the week and weekend as well.