Dumpster Rental Bucks County PA
Bucks County, Pennsylvania Dumpster Rental
Looking for a reputable roll-off dumpster rental in Bucks County, Pennsylvania? Alliance Disposal offers dumpster rentals and many more waste services throughout all of Bucks County. Our selection of dumpsters makes it easy for you to narrow down exactly which one will be needed for your project whether it be construction or home renovations. Unlike other waste management companies, we don’t have any hidden fees. What you see on the website is what you pay. We also offer excellent customer service with extended hours and, in some areas, same day delivery and pickup. We’re changing the industry not only from the customer service we provide but we are also finding ways to reduce the waste going into landfills. Our services include roll off dumpsters, construction dumpster, compactors, and many other types of waste removal. If you are ready to rent a dumpster today, order online or contact us. There is no project too big that Alliance Disposal can't handle!
Every Dumpster Rental Makes a Difference
When you rent a dumpster from Alliance Disposal, you not only get great customer service and pricing, but you also make a positive impact on the world. For every dumpster rented, we make a donation to One Tree Planted, an organization that specializes in reforestation efforts. Every rental is the equivalent to one tree planted in a reviving forest around the world. Help us heal the planet one tree at a time and order your roll-off dumpster rental today!
Bucks County Dumpster Rental
Here at Alliance Disposal, we offer a variety of dumpster sizes and services to meet your specific needs. Our services include roll-off dumpsters, residential services and junk removal.
Dumpster Rental Pricing
Whether you are cleaning out your basement, doing some yard work or completing a home renovation, odds are you'll be generating a good amount of debris. Alliance Disposal doesn't only help large corporations we also specializes in waste removal for homeowners! With 10 to 40 yard dumpsters we have the perfect size for your project and budget. Unlike other waste management companies we offer flexible rental periods so the dumpster is there around your schedule and not the other way around. We understand that life happens and your plans may change, that is why we are committed to ensuring that waste removal is not another headache that you have to face. We do it all while pursuing our mission of zero waste! Every time we see an opportunity to divert your waste from the landfill and to a recycling or re-purposing center we seize it.
Waste Removal for Businesses
Are you a business owner in Bucks County PA? We have a range of waste handling solutions that meet the needs of small business owners to large multinational corporations. If you are looking for a simple solution to your waste needs we have 2 to 8 cubic yard dumpsters that you can customize to your needs, from changing the frequency of pickup to fitting the dumpster with wheels and locks. If your business generates a lot of waste we have compacting dumpsters to reduce the number of trips needed, saving you money, and all keeping all of your waste in a secure and leak proof container. We also offer free waste consulting to every business, no matter the size. Simply contact us today to get started!
Bucks County Waste Management
Waste management in Bucks County, Pennsylvania is run by the Health Department's Bureau of Environmental Health. The staff of the Environmental Division handles complaints that involve waste management and reports instances where regulations of the department or inadequate or inappropriate to the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (PA DEP) for a follow-up and enforcement. They can be contacted through phone number, (215) 345-3333. Recycling is also something that is closely monitored and there is a lot of information provided on the subject by Bucks County.
Dumpster Permit in Bucks County, PA
When renting a dumpster, a permit might be needed depending on the location the dumpster is placed. Counties do not set permit requirements but the municipalities within them do. Generally, a permit is needed when a dumpster is on the street or in a public area. Contact your town to find out the permitting regulations in your area, or checkout our dumpster permitting tool.
FAQ for Recycling in Bucks County
What Can't Be Recycled in Bucks County
- Plastic bags, sheeting, and flexible film packaging that may be accepted by local grocers.
- Food and liquids which can be used for compost or thrown in the trash.
- Electronics, lithium batteries, and appliances that may be donated or taken to a local drop off sight.
- Textiles, bedding, and rugs which may be donated or thrown out.
- Hoses, holiday lights, and extension cords that may be thrown out. They are able to shut down an entire facility if mistakenly recycled by wrapping around equipment.
- Paper napkins, plates, cups and tissues which may be used as compost.
- Polystyrene Foam which can be taken to a local drop off location.
- Tires, auto parts, or scrap metal that may be brought to local scrap recyclers or retail tire stores. When recycled, these items may damage equipment and are safety hazards.
- Yard waste and wood which may be used as compost.
Bucks County also has a detailed A to Z recycling guide.
What Makes an Old TV or Computer Monitor Hard to Dispose of and What Can I Do About it?
While these items can be taken apart to recover certain materials such as metals and plastics, Bucks County lacks reliable financial resources to support collection events. People who have old TVs or computers are urged to:
- Check with local municipalities to see if they might be holding an E-waste event
- Check for local private vendors who accept those items. They can be found on the Bucks County Recycling page.
- Voice your frustration by calling the DEP Electronic Recycling Hotline at 1-800-346-4242.
- Urge state representatives to support legislation with new approach.
Why Can't Plastic Bags Be Recycled?
Plastic bags are not recyclable because they cause a number of issues with the sorting machines if they get caught and tangled up. Recyclables should be put into bins loose and without being wrapped up in a plastic bag. Local retailers and large grocery stores may accept them. It is highly recommended to start using reusable bags when shopping because they are a good sustainable alternative.
Are All Plastics the Same and How Should I Recycle Them?
Unfortunately, not all plastic is the same and not all plastics are recyclable. Plastics may have different strength, flexibility, heat resistance, and transparency that come from different chemical formulations. Most plastic packaging has a resin identification code ranging from one to seven. One, two and five are the most accepted but it is suggested to check with individual municipalities or your recycling collector to see which ones are accepted. When recycling, make sure everything that is put into the bin is clean, dry and empty.
Why Isn't Everything Able to be Recycled?
Recyclables are considered commodities which are useful, raw materials that are bought and sold. Recycled items are processed into new items after being sorted, baled, and transported. It is important to only recycle what is accepted by your collector. Items that are not able to be recycled can contaminate the recycling stream, damage equipment, and will end up as trash. The most frequently found contaminants are plastic bags, textiles, food, diapers, and wires. If you are unsure if an item gets recycled or not, it is safer to do more research or throw it out.
Are Natural Resources Saved When I Recycle?
The short answer to that question is, yes! Recycling helps us save nonrenewable natural resources such as aluminum and iron that are mined and petroleum oil that needs to be drilled from the earth. While paper is recycled and it does come from trees that are a renewable resource, it does take a number of years for a tree to grow large enough to be used to create paper. By recycling, less minerals need to be mined or drilled from the earth and less trees need to be chopped down which saves energy.
The Waste Hierarchy
Bucks County has their own waste hierarchy which examines the habits of the individual and changes that can be made to live more sustainable. The upside-down triangles goes like this:
- Avoid: Do I need it? Before purchasing an item, think if the item is something that you need. This is at the very beginning when the consumer is still thinking about the item.
- Reduce: Can I use Something Else? Reduce the amount of waste produced if there is something else that can be used.
- Reuse: Can I use it again? Create less waste by using some items more than once such as clothes and plastic containers.
- Recycle: Can it be made into something new?
- Recover: Can it be used as fuel or electricity?
How to Prepare for a Dumpster Rental in Buck County, Pennsylvania
When looking at dumpsters to rent, it is best to be informed of which one might be best for your specific project. Projects that generate large amounts of waste do need dumpsters. Some of the types of typical projects that you will need to rent a large roll-off dumpster are:
- Demolition Projects
- Storm Debris Cleanup
- Large Home Cleanouts
- Remodeling Projects
- Roof Replacement and Re-Roofing Jobs
- Concrete, Brick, and Metal Disposal
- General construction
These are only a few of the projects that might need a roll-off dumpster rental. If your project is not listed, we are still able to provide you with a dumpster that can fit your needs. If you need help determining which kind of dumpster might be best for your project, our excellent customer service team would be more than happy to help over the phone or by email.
We do provide an in-depth walk through with our how to rent a dumpster guide.
Why Choose Alliance Disposal?
At the heart of everything we do at Alliance Disposal are our customers, sustainability, and transparency. Other waste management companies today lack proper customer service teams that can effectively solve customer problems and provide answers that are correct and transparent. Most waste management companies have arbitrary pricing but here at Alliance Disposal, the price that you see on our website is what you pay. The exception to this is if the weight limit on the dumpster rented is exceeded which will result in an overage fee, we disclose all of this to you before renting and also provide you with a copy of the weight ticket if you do go over. We also believe in being more sustainable and offsetting the large carbon footprint left behind by the waste management industry. The way other companies handle waste management is obsolete because they did not evolve as waste flows and volumes changed. We even plant a tree for every dumpster rented. Why wait when you can order online now!
Rent A Dumpster in New Hope, Doylestown, Springtown and More!
Wether you are building a new home in New Hope or renovating a historic building in Doylestown Alliance Disposal can provide you with the perfect roll off container for the job. No matter where you are in Bucks county we can have a dumpster delivered to you as fast as the same or next business day.
Variety of SizesFrom 2 to 40 yard dumpsters we have the right size for you.
Transparent PricingAll of our pricing is transparent, and you will NEVER see a hidden fee on your bill.
|All services offered in bucks County|
|Dumpster rentals||Recurring trash & recycling pickup for businesses|
|Residential curbside trash and recycling pickup||Junk removal|