- 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 Dayton?
A Dayton dumpster permit currently costs $75. However, this fee is refundable if you comply with the requirements outlined in the dumpster permit. You can visit the city’s official website to learn more about dumpster permits and waste disposal guidelines. The City of Dayton also operates an online permit system that you can use for the same purpose.
What Size Dumpster Do You Need?
Here are the 4 most common dumpster sizes used in Dayton and some projects each is commonly used for. Have a look and if you still have questions give us a call at 937-528-1080, 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 Dayton
There are several factors that affect the exact rental dumpster rental prices in Dayton 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 937-528-1080.
Where Can You Take Your Recycling in Dayton?
Recycling centers in Dayton play a key role in keeping the environment clean. A good example is the Solid Waste Transfer Station, which accepts recyclable waste including aluminum beverage cans, glass bottles/containers/jars, office paper trash, newspapers, plastic bottles/containers, and shipping boxes. The Dayton International Airport (DAY) also runs a recycling and sustainability program aimed at keeping the environment clean.
How Can You Dispose of Prohibited Items in Dayton?
According to the Montgomery County Environmental Services (MCES), it is illegal for residents of Ohio to put toxic waste including batteries, pesticides, and fluorescent bulbs in regular trash bins. The problem with such waste is it is hazardous, non-recyclable and non-compostable. For these reasons, the department has provided guidelines for disposing of such waste. Below is some more information on this topic.
The MCES accepts a wide range of toxic waste materials including gas/propane tanks, vehicle fluids, portable and vehicle batteries, oil and latex-based oils, household cleaners, fire extinguishers, photographic chemicals, thinners/strippers, fertilizers, varnishes, fluorescent lights, pool chemicals, mineral spirits, heavy metals (mercury, silver), and pesticides/herbicides. However, the department does not accept asbestos, radioactive materials, non-residential waste, explosives and ammunition, pharmaceutical waste, and items weighing more than 25 lbs. or 15 gallons.
You can drop off acceptable toxic waste at the Moraine Transfer Facility. However, individuals dropping off hazardous waste must provide proof of residency. Dayton residents should note that this facility does not accept hazardous waste from commercial enterprises. This facility operates Tuesday through Saturday from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm. It does not open Sundays and Mondays, as well as on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.
Tires should be disposed of at the Solid Waste and Recycling Facility. Provided you are a bona fide Montgomery resident; you can dispose of ten tires free of charge at this facility annually. Any additional tires attract a disposal fee of $170 per ton for residents and $212.50 per ton for non-residents. Electronic waste including computers, microwaves, PC monitors, typewriters, TVs, radios, fax machines, mobile phones, DVD/VCD players, speakers, scanners, and telephone answering machines should be dropped off at the Montgomery County Solid Waste Transfer Station for recycling. Unacceptable electronics include blenders, vacuum cleaners, toasters, ironing appliances, and toaster ovens. It is important to note that the Solid Waste District does not accept or process medical waste. It recommends safely disposing of such waste via programs run by local health facilities or law enforcement agencies.
Dayton residents can drop off acceptable hazardous waste at the Montgomery County Moraine Transfer Facility or the Montgomery County Solid Waste and Recycling Facility. Of course, you should seal and properly label waste packages/containers before dropping them off at any of these facilities.