There’s a reason composting material shouldn’t go in a landfill. It is easily recycled and when it is, it can be reused for other purposes. This saves space and helps the environment. The issue is how do you dispose of materials that can be composted. At Superior Sanitation, we have the answer with our compost disposal services.
Compost material can range from yard waste such as leaves to food waste, but if you want this material to be composted, but you don’t want to set up a compost area at your home or business, the answer is a rental dumpster for compost disposal.
This material will need to be separated from regular trash and have its own receptacle while it waits to be picked up and removed to a recycling facility that handles this type of waste. The easiest way to do this is with one of our front load dumpsters.
The advantage of this type of dumpster is that it is easy to load, and you can fill it on your own schedule, and have us pick it up and haul it away when you are ready. If, by chance, you have a large amount of composting materials, such as a large clean up project that covers multiple acres of brush and leaves and so on, our larger roll off containers might be an option. These containers range from 20 to 45 yards and, like all of our dumpsters, come with unlimited tonnage, so you can put as much waste as will fit without having to worry about any additional fees.
You can learn more information about both our roll off dumpsters here, and our front loading dumpsters here.
If you’re in Livingston County or the surrounding area, give us a call today at Superior Sanitation. We’ll here to help answer any questions you may have.