About Us

ABOUT US

All Things Waste has been providing exceptional roll off dumpster rentals since 2015.  Even though our roll dumpster company hasn’t been around for 30 years, our dumpster rental experience equates to nearly that long.  Our goal to is provide inexpensive dumpster rentals near you, so when you type into Google “dumpster rentals near me”, we hope that our dumpster rental company will surface each time.

We provide residential dumpster rentals, construction dumpster rentals, cheap dumpster rentals, and all rentals in between.  And, although we don’t have a single dumpster for sale, we have many roll off dumpsters for rent, and everyone knows what a bargain dumpster rental or budget dumpster rental looks like. When you call All Things Waste, we provide clear explanations regarding 10 yard dumpsters, 12 yard dumpsters, 15 yard dumpsters, 20 yard dumpsters, 30 yard dumpsters, and 40 yard dumpsters.

Roll off Dumpster Rental Service Explained

We explain roll off dumpster dimensions and dumpster rental prices.  We attempt to go over how many feet in a cubic yard and what a cubic yard means, as well as why dumpster rental rates are heavily influenced by cubic yard dumpster dimensions.  We explain the differences between clean concrete roll off dumpsters, asphalt roll off containers, and regular old construction and demolition debris.  Our knowledgeable staff explicates the difference between municipal solid waste and construction and demolition waste.  Waste management is not just a company, but a way of life.  Indeed, we’re providing roll-off dumpster service in a world where recycling concrete, bricks, cinder blocks, and fill dirt, or even composting, aren’t always the most expedient disposal solutions to our waste management problems.  Waste management landfills simply aren’t answers to our waste management needs.  Nevertheless, we enjoy talking about other aspects of the waste management industry; indeed, our exceptional dumpster staff enjoys conversing about a variety of dumpster rental and waste management topics.

What topics drive our interests besides bargain dumpster rentals?

Besides talking about junk removal, disposal of debris, hazardous waste management (or, similarly, hazardous household waste), decluttering a house, roof shingles, and budget rentals, other topics that make us think include the following:

  • Gardening and landscaping or general garden ideas
  • Kitchen remodeling
  • Privacy trees and privacy fences
  • Building a deck
  • Building a fence
  • House remodeling or home remodeling
  • Picnic table plans
  • DIY compost bins
  • Composting and vermiculture (i.e., vermicomposting)
  • Basement ideas
  • Walk-in closet ideas
  • Bedroom paint ideas
  • House gutters
  • Home renovations

Why provide roll off dumpster rentals?

We provide roll off dumpster rentals because we know how difficult the waste industry can be.  To be sure, just the terminology alone can dissuade people from renting a dumpster.  But we also know that dumpster rental is an essential component for living a good life. But living a good life also means not being taken advantage of by large garbage corporations nor being lied to about dumpster delivery rates, dumpster haul rates, fuel and environmental fees, rental periods, or landfill charges.  Considering just the last item, landfill charges, to be charged exorbitant disposal rates is not an uncommon practice in our industry; further still, some landfills charge by the ton while others charge by the cubic yard capacity of the roll off dumpster.  Unless you know how the disposal facilities’ prices, whether a per ton rate or a cubic yardage rate, you’ll have no awareness about your being ripped off or not.  It may very well be a case of tossing your wallet into the metaphorical dumpster fire.  All Things Waste doesn’t want to provide bad customer service, and explaining to our customers the ins and outs of renting a dumpster is part and parcel of why renting roll off dumpsters is means so much to us.

We discourage illegal dumping

Illegal dumping isn’t just fiction that you hear about on your nightly newscast. The practice of illegal dumping occurs all the time, even by the most reputable small garbage haulers or giant waste companies.  And let’s be very clear about a large misconception:  illegal dumping and littering are very different practices.  There are at least three different scenarios that pertain to illegal dumping:

  • dumping waste on public or private property that is not licensed or permitted to receive waste
  • dumping waste, without a license or permit, into sewers or waterways, or
  • allowing another to dump waste on one’s land, without being licensed to receive such waste.

Endorsing this illegal practice destroys our environment.  For example, our government initiated the 1976 Resource Conservation and Recovery Act to help combat this terrible practice.  If you notice anyone dumping any kind of waste, such as hazardous waste, construction and demolition debris, or municipal solid waste, somewhere that’s clearly not designated for proper disposal, please notify your local police or environmental department.  “Litter trashes us all,” as the saying goes, and we take such axioms very seriously.