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Terms and Conditions

Payment Options 
We accepts the following credit cards: American Express, MasterCard, Visa, and Discover. 
At this time, we do not accept payment by check online. We apologize for the inconvenience. 

The price of the dumpster rental includes a once a month pickup. Do not make unauthorized copies of the key. If you fail to lock the dumpster please report it immediately. There is a nonrefundable cash fee of $5 for all keys including any additional keys. 

What Can Typically Go in a Dumpster? 
You can use your dumpster to dispose of most old appliances, unless otherwise stated. Appliances like microwaves, stoves, and dishwashers can generally be thrown away, but refrigerators typically are not accepted. 
Empty aerosol cans can be put in a dumpster. However, full or partially full cans have the potential to explode. Any aerosol cans with liquid still inside should not be put in a dumpster. 
Heavy materials such as brick, asphalt and concrete, can be disposed of using heavy debris dumpsters. 
You can throw various types of furniture away in a dumpster. Wooden furniture is always accepted but upholstered furniture is not accepted 

Unacceptable Materials for Bins 
No heavy material (ex. concrete, bricks, and tile), dirt, demo bricks, hazardous waste, industrial waste, chemical products, oil filters, herbicides & pesticides, radioactive material, solvents, paint (except completely dried latex paint cans, no liquids), other flammable liquids, aerosol cans, propane tanks, motor oil, transmission oil/lubricating/hydraulic oil/oil filters, contaminated oils (mixed with solvents, gasoline, etc.), antifreeze, appliances, petroleum-contaminated soil/lead paint chips, tires, batteries, computers, monitors, televisions, microwaves, fluorescent tubes, railroad ties, medical waste, asbestos, animals, barrels, all liquids. 
Adhesives such as glue or epoxy should be disposed of with regular household trash or recycling, rather than a dumpster. Loose adhesives can damage the container or cause waste items to become entangled and hard to remove. 
Car batteries, as well as lithium batteries, cannot be put in a dumpster. These types of batteries can leak chemicals that are harmful to the environment. You can take old car batteries to a local recycler, such as an auto shop. Lithium batteries, like those found in laptops, can be recycled at most big-box electronics stores. General-purpose alkaline batteries (AA’s, AAA’s, D’s) are permitted in a dumpster. 
Disposing of propane tanks, fuels, oils and other flammable materials using a dumpster is a major safety hazard. These substances are highly combustible and disposing of them improperly is illegal in most areas. 
You cannot throw tires in a dumpster since most landfills in the U.S. will not accept them. 

The dumpster is for business use only. It is not intended for personal disposal. This includes but not limited to Christmas trees, auto parts, large boxes, TV screen boxes, etc. This dumpster is under surveillance 24 hours a day. Any violation of the above will result in a recovery fee of $300 or more. 


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