A lot of waste always ends up on any construction site. It is important to offer a space for workers to discard unwanted items. Dumpsters provide such a space, and they make for great additions to any work site.
Workers can discard general waste in dumpsters. A general rule is that dumpsters are suitable for all waste except hazardous waste, which includes toxic chemicals. There are special methods to discard hazardous items from sites. Even though there are few restrictions on waste types, you often can’t mix different types of waste in the one dumpster.
You measure dumpsters by the cubic yard. So, the dumpster you choose for your site depends on the size of the project and the amount of waste you expect.
The most common type of dumpster on construction sites is a roll-off dumpster. Unique wheels help to roll these dumpsters in place, and a roll-off truck collects them when they become full. The trucks usually transport the waste to a landfill or a recycling center.
Renting is the best option for getting dumpsters because of the project-specific use. It makes little sense to buy one size dumpster that suits one project but might be too small for another project. Dumpster rental sometimes requires a permit, which is easy to get from a local authority. You can usually rent dumpsters for 28 days.
BigRentz offers a range of dumpsters for construction sites in different sizes. Contact the company for a price quote for your site.