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Through different means, construction contractors and Mother Nature are both skilled at producing considerable building material waste. To read more about how this waste can be effectively handled and disposed of, check out the following resources.
To collaborate with an eco-conscious waste management and recycling professional in NYC on your next construction or renovation project, visit RentDumpsters.com or call (212) 558-9057.
Last updated 15 days ago
In the wake of a national disaster or large-scale tragedy, there are a lot of logistics to take care of in a short amount of time. Rescue professionals need to mobilize in search of trapped individuals, the injured need to receive prompt medical treatment, and the site of the disaster or destruction needs to be cleaned in order for it to once again be safe and usable. Below is a look at how rubbish removal has been handled following some of the most monumental disasters in recent memory.
Thankfully, civic leaders and politicians on both sides of the aisle teamed up to brace the east coast the most destructive storm in recent memory. Without this mobilization, loss of life and property damage associated with the Hurricane Sandy likely could have been even higher. As it is, estimates of property damaged that occurred during the storm hover around $75 billion. To help with the cleanup, dumpsters were dispatched to sites of destruction from Manchester to Norfolk.
The only tropical storm that has proven more costly than Sandy to the United States was 2005’s Hurricane Katrina. This megastorm displaced nearly one million people living on the Gulf Coast and was responsible for $125 billion worth of damage. Volunteers from all across the country made their way to New Orleans and surrounding areas to help clean up and care for the victims. It took a year before New Orleans was really up and running again, and the effects of the devastation brought on by the storm are still felt by many in the city today.
World Trade Center Cleanup
Residents who live near Ground Zero have vivid memories of the visible destruction that occurred on one of the most tragic days of our nation’s history. Some 3,000 Americans lost their lives on 9/11, and the aftermath of the attack hampered the American economy to the tune of some $5 trillion. First responders, civilian volunteers, and rubbish removal professionals were all instrumental in searching for survivors in the immediate aftermath of the attacks and removing rubble in the weeks and months that followed.
The professionals at RentDumpsters.com care about the safety and well-being of New York City’s residents. This commitment is demonstrated by our immediate emergency response service and 24/7 customer support. For efficient, environmentally conscious rental dumpster service from a firm with more than 60 years of waste management and recycling experience, visit RentDumpsters.com or call (212) 558-9057.
Last updated 26 days ago
Construction is hard work, but renting dumpsters from a LEED recycling expert can ensure that your site remains clean and navigable. Read on to learn about the ways in which RentDumpsters.com can help you during major renovation and construction projects in the following ways:
Carrying out a full-scale cleanout is a great way to de-clutter your home or office space, donating reusable items you no longer want and scrapping useless materials that you no longer need. One problem that people often encounter when cleaning out an apartment or office building is feeling that they do not have ample trash space to store everything they want to get rid of. A dumpster rental is almost always an effective solution to this conundrum.
Construction waste tends to differ from general waste in size and appearance. Planks of wood, cinder blocks, and sheet glass are just a few examples of waste that lingers after a construction process is over. Because it is actually unlawful to use curbside trash receptacles for most construction waste, the decision to rent a dumpster can spare you stress and trouble during your construction project.
Even after a demolition, construction materials tend to be large, heavy, and bulky. Most of this waste cannot be thrown out or recycled using curbside dumpsters, and hauling deconstructed building materials or rubble from a site on your own can be tedious. Numerous potential nuisances can be avoided by arranging to have the perfect-sized rental dumpster delivered to your worksite before deconstruction or demolition begins and removed shortly after it is over.
Don’t allow your construction site to become a mess. It will only complicate your demolition or remodeling project, creating obstacles and unnecessary hazards. Instead, rent a dumpster from New York LEED recycling expert RentDumpsters.com. We will be sure your construction trash and recyclables end up where they will be reused or properly disposed of. To learn more about our dumpster rental and rubbish removal services, call (212) 558-9057.
Last updated 1 month ago
Over one million people have jumped into ice-filled Cardella Waste dumpsters, been shocked by live wires, and completed a Tough Mudder challenge together. Watch this great video by Tough Mudder which features our dumpsters!
RentDumpsters.com serves the New York and New Jersey areas with green waste management services. Visit us online to learn about our selection of dumpster rentals, or schedule yours today by calling (212) 558-9057.
Last updated 1 month ago
Construction and demolition both produce immense amounts of waste. While much of this waste has to be disposed, a large quantity of the materials can actually be reused in productive ways.
In this video you will learn about reprocessing construction and demolition waste. For example, materials like dirt, concrete, and brick can be used in order to create new construction materials. The benefits of reprocessing are numerous. One particularly important benefit is that the energy cost for producing recycled materials is much less than the energy used for new building materials.
If you want to learn more about the reprocessing of construction and demolition waste, watch the video provided above. To learn more about our waste management services, call RentDumpsters.com of NJ at (201) 258-3699.