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All containers should be loaded no higher than level with the top of the container. In some cases, where brick, concrete, roofing, or other dense material is being loaded into a 30 or 40 Yard container, it may be necessary to load the container no more than ¾ of the designed capacity. Overloading of a container may result in additional charges.
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Each time a container is set on your property you are required to pay a $110 delivery fee. New customers are required to pay this $110 before delivery takes place or at the time of delivery. Existing customers will be billed the $110 on their monthly statement.
For a list of pricing, please see our Container Pricing page.
For a complete list of dumpster sizes, please see our page Types of Containers.
To schedule pickups or dump and returns, please call the landfill at (334) 897-6773.
As long as your account is current, you may keep the dumpster until your job is complete. Upon approval, customers may be allowed to have a permanent container placed. Please see our list of Container Pricing for more details.
Depending on our driver’s schedule and dumpster availability, you may have same day or next day service. During peak season, you may be placed on a waiting list for the next available dumpster.
Household waste, tires, and electronics are not allowed in roll off containers. Roll-off containers are disposed of in the Construction and Demolition (C&D) cell of the landfill. The C& D cells are permitted for C & D only and do not have liners like the MSW cells do.