All your tree limbs, grass clippings, and leaves are considered green waste. We cannot accept tree branches bigger than 12 inches in diameter as green waste. If your load contains branches bigger than 12 inches or is bagged, it will be considered Mixed Waste. As an earth conscious company, we highly recommend removing any green waste from bags, this will not only help the environment, but also your wallet!!
Sod is grass that has already been planted. Also referred to as turf grass, sod is sold in sections that are grass and soil held together by roots or other materials. See our services page for pricing on renting a dumpster for sod.
Currently NOT accepting SOD
ROCK AND DIRT
Rock and dirt is the combination of both in a single load.
Clean Fill Dirt cannot contain any rocks or other debris
Dumpster rental prices vary depending on whether the load is clean or contains rock and other debris.
Sorry- NOT CURRENTLY ACCEPTING ROCK or DIRT
Concrete is a mixture of paste and aggregates, or rocks. Concrete without Rebar is considered CLEAN, any Rebar present in loads of concrete will be considered Dirty.
Currently not accepting concrete.
NOT CURRENTLY ACCEPTING ANY TIRES
MATTRESSES AND BOX SPRINGS
Salt City Dumpsters takes recycling seriously and when it comes to mattresses and box springs they are no exception.
We gladly accept mattresses as well as box springs.
HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE
Household Hazardous Waste is anything in and around your home that is poisonous, flammable, corrosive or toxic. It is many of your cleaning supplies, paint, yard care chemicals, pesticides, fuels, refrigerators and ac units, batteries, used oil and antifreeze.
Salt City Dumpsters does not accept any hazardous materials at this time.
Mixed waste is the most common dumpster rental service requested from our residential and business customers. Mixed waste disposal can be used for many purposes including: remodels, carpet removal, demolition, junk removal, disaster cleanup, roof tare off, and drywall. Most types of Construction material is also considered mixed waste. We Do accept Televisions, Appliances, and Mattresses.
Basically, mixed waste can be a wide variety of all kinds of waste, but cannot include"Household Hazardous Waste," such as chemicals, paint, light bulbs, tires, or freon containing items such as refrigerators, freezers and a/c units.