John’s Refuse Dumpster Rental

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Does your trash look like this?

John’s has the answer!

Waste disposal is made easy in Connecticut with the help of John’s Refuse and Recycling. There are several trash removal companies in the area, but John’s offers many professional services to keep the city cleaner and healthier.

If you are looking for a solution to handling large amounts of waste, look no further than John’s Refuse dumpster rental services. We have many different sizes of dumpsters to choose from:

Front Load Dumpster

This is a small bin used to collect waste; John’s Refuse then comes to empty it on a regular basis, usually once a week. A front load dumpster is an ideal refuse system for residential apartments and dormitories. The size ranges from 2 yards right up to 10 yards, with some including a side load facility as well. The bins are made of single and double wall plastic.

Rear Load Dumpster

These bins are larger in size than their front load counterparts and are more suited to places having less space, such as crowded areas of a city and alleyways. They are made of single wall plastic and have sloping sides that assist in the dumping of waste. Wheels are provided for easy storage and handling. Size options are 2, 3, 4, 6 and 8 yard dumpsters.

Roll off Octagon Compactor

Construction sites usually have bulk daily waste for a fixed period. A roll off octagon compactor starts at a size of 21 yards and goes up to 45 yards; they can really hold a lot of waste. Depending on the amount of trash accumulated, John’s Refuse trash removal service will come and get the compactor emptied.

Vertical Compactor

Buildings that are designed to dispose of waste through chutes can use this type of compactor. It is placed vertically so that it does not occupy much space.

Stationary Compactor

Restaurants, hotels, stores, and industrial factories have plenty of dry trash, such as large, empty boxes, which is usually disposed of through a chute from the building right into the stationary compactor unit. The container is detachable, while the compactor remains in place permanently.

Self-Contained Compactor

Here, the compactor lies within the dumpster itself, which makes the entire disposal process easier and safer from a health perspective. Self-contained compactor units can be used for wet waste from restaurants and hotels.

Key Takeaways:

  • John’s has dumpsters suitable for both residential and commercial purposes.
  • They are of varying shapes, sizes and compacting power, depending on the amount of trash being disposed.
  • Dry waste needs a different type of compactor compared to wet waste, for best results.

Need Help?

If you’re interested in John’s Refuse dumpster rental services, contact us today!


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