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Advanced Disposal can do the heavy lifting with construction, demo waste

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Have a big household project coming up? You’re likely to generate a lot more waste than usual.

And because of its bulk and weight, that waste should not go in with your curbside trash and recycling.

Instead, let Advanced Disposal help with your junk removal needs. To help manage the mess from home repairs, remodeling and roofing projects, or even just cleaning out the house, the company offers open-top roll-off containers for rent in 20, 30 or 40 cubic yards. They can be used for all levels of non-hazardous waste collection, as well as recycling collection.

Wondering which one is right for your project?

The 20 yard roll-off container is ideal for construction sites due to ease of loading from ground level, heavy loads, demolition projects including concrete, inert and brick, roofing projects, remodel projects, and debris clearing.

The 30 yard container is great for roofing and remodeling projects, as well as festivals and large events.

A 40 yard container is more suitable for bulky, lightweight material, loading docks, and industrial/manufacturing.

Remember: regular household trash should not be placed in those containers. Items that don’t belong lead to contamination.

Once the construction and demolition debris is collected, Advanced Disposal’s material recovery facilities receive, process and separate the different types of materials.

For more information or any other questions, please visit Advanced Disposal at www.advanceddisposal.com.