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What Can You Put in a Dumpster?

WHATCANYOUPUTINADUMPSTER? s Most dumpster companies accept common materials such as a ROOFINGITEMS cedar and asphalt shingles ELECTRONICS computers, monitors, copy machines, printers RENOVATION JUNK Walls, doors, windows, plywood, drywall, floor boards, plasterboard and CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS debris, drywall, tiling, wallboard, Sheetrock frames, etc. WOOD fencing, decking, firewood, old lumber FURNITURE Couches or sofas, desks, file cabinets, tables, dressers, sofa beds, mattresses BASEMENTS, GARAGES, SHEDAND ATTICJUNK boxes, books, old tools, tires GARDENDEBRIS OLDTIRES branches, tree and hedge dippings, sod, dirt APPLIANCES Some companies may charge extra fees for tires since washers and dryers they need to go to a fridges, freezers, stoves, dish washers, special dump. CONCRETE GARBAGE from broken pathways or flooring cardboard, rubbish, paper Most dumpsters won't accept hazardous materials Paint, Oils, Chemicals. SolventsAsbestos, Oil drums, Oil tanks, Gas tanks, Toxins, Explosives Data is sourced from: Created by: | Infographic Design by:

What Can You Put in a Dumpster?

shared by VisualGraphic on Jun 16
Whether you're working on a renovation or cleaning out some old junk from your house, dumpsters are the easiest way to get rid of a lot of materials. This infographic lists items that can and can't be...



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