- Do you need a permit?
- How much will it cost?
- What size do you need?
- What about recycling?
Do You Need a Dumpster Permit in Cincinnati?
When a dumpster container is placed in a public area, such as the parking space in front of the property, the sidewalk or an alley, the city must give approval. A Cincinnati dumpster permit is often required before the rented dumpster is delivered. These permits are normally issued by the Department of Transportation and Engineering (DOTE). You will also be required to pay an application fee as well as pay parking fees if the dumpster is placed in a parking zone with a meter. For more information on dumpster usage permits, visit the DOTE website or call them on (513) 352-3463.
What Size Dumpster Do You Need?
Here are the 4 most common dumpster sizes used in Cincinnati and some projects each is commonly used for. Have a look and if you still have questions give us a call at 513-348-1435, we’ll gladly answer them.
10 Yard Dumpster
20 Yard Dumpster
30 Yard Dumpster
40 Yard Dumpster
How Much Does it Cost To Rent a Rolloff in Cincinnati
There are several factors that affect the exact rental dumpster rental prices in Cincinnati including dumpster size, debris type, debris weight, rental period, and landfill charges in your county. But, typically you can expect the price to be somewhere between $300 and $750. To get a quote on an exact all-inclusive price, give us a call at 513-348-1435.
Where Can You Take Your Recycling in Cincinnati?
Recycling of waste is a great way to dispose of certain types of wastes. After all, it does not make sense to bury tons of waste that can still be used. In fact, this is akin to throwing money away. Most recyclable waste have some value, which consumers can redeem by recycling. The following are recycling programs in Cincinnati, OH:
– The Cincinnati Recycling Program: The city has provided large recycle bins in various neighborhoods around Cincinnati where consumers can put their recyclable waste. There are many recycling drop-off sites in the city, so you can find one near you. Accepted recyclable waste include; all plastic bottles and jugs, aluminum and steel cans, cartons, paper products, empty aerosol cans, glass jars and bottles of any color, paperboard, and cardboard. Plastic grocery bags are not accepted. When dropping off these wastes, they should not be in a garbage bag. The only exception is shredded paper, which should be put in a clear plastic bag.
– Cohen Recycling: This is one of the largest scrap metal recycling companies in North America. While they mainly recycle metallic waste, such as cloth hangers, auto parts, and aluminum cans, among others, they also offer electronic recycling, so you can call them to pick up your old electronic appliances that you have decided to get rid of.
How Can You Dispose of Prohibited Items in Cincinnati?
There are many types of household wastes that are considered hazardous. They include; pool and lawn chemicals, pesticides, automotive oils, such as gasoline, motor oil and antifreeze, cleaning products and home improvement products. Usually, these products come with warning signs, such as dangerous, toxic, flammable, corrosive, irritant or do not inhale among other warnings. Fluorescent light bulbs, asbestos and some electronic wastes, such as computer CRT monitors are usually placed under the hazardous and prohibited items category. Cincinnati residents have a number of options for disposing of household hazardous waste, including:
– Cleanlites Recycling: The company was formerly known as USA Lamp and Ballast. They accept all recyclable waste as well as household hazardous wastes. They also accept recyclable and hazardous waste materials from businesses.
– Midwest Environmental: The organization accepts all kinds of household hazardous wastes. They charge a fee for handling and disposing waste. You can drop off your hazardous waste at their facility every Friday from 8am to 2pm every week, except on public holidays.