Tuesday, 24 March 2020

Sanitized Dumpster Rental

Keeping Dumpster Rentals Sanitary!

What are we doing to keep you & us safe from the Coronavirus/COVID-19

We have taken some additional steps to help protect our customers and employees from the COVID-19.

From the start, we have been social distancing experts!  Our whole operation can be done without any in-person to in-person interaction!  The ordering, pick up, and delivery process can all be done via phone, email, or text.

We have implemented a sanitizing process on every dumpster move.  We will be spraying down the door of every dumpster, every time we touch it.  Also, we are sanitizing the exterior doors (handles, too) when we leave a dumpster at a customer's location.  Our employees will periodically be cleaning and sanitizing their equipment, interior, and exterior of the trucks.

Taking everyone's health and safety is part of our daily operations now more than ever!

Wednesday, 18 March 2020

Corona Free is the way to be

Coronavirus and how we are staying safe. 

Valued Customers:

We know that you are being overwhelmed with news about COVID-19 and that it is a lot to take in right now. Here, at Bin There Dump That, we want to assure you, our loyal customers, that we are committed to being both responsive and responsible while navigating these times with everyone’s safety in mind. We want to let you know that we are still here to serve our customers as we are in a unique position to be able to provide our full services while ensuring the safety and health of our staff and customers.

Bin There Dump That business operations are set up so that we can interact with our clients over the phone, email, and by text. Our skilled Dumpster Consultants are available to consult with you on your needs and provide you with the perfect bin for your project. Our Delivery Experts are able to reach out to you by phone or text to confirm the details of your bin. You do not need to interact with them in person or be present when they arrive, allowing for social distancing and self – isolation.

Bin There Dump That recognizes that the risk levels across the country vary, and we take our responsibility to help protect the citizens and our employees seriously. We are very fortunate to be able to still provide our services responsibly.

If there is any change in our operations we will be providing the information via our website, email, Facebook, and Google.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us directly.

Tuesday, 3 March 2020

What is Daylight Saving Time?

What is Daylight Saving Time?

Daylight saving time, also known as daylight time, is the practice of advancing clocks during warmer months so that darkness falls later each day according to the clock. The main use of daylight savings is to make better use of daylight. 

First introduced in April 1784, it was Benjamin Franklin who made the suggestion through his essay "An Economical Project for Diminishing the Cost of Light". His suggestion was largely overlooked until 1907, when it re surfaced, this time by  Englishman William Willett. His proposal was rejected by the British House of Commons, until 1916 where it was introduced to Parliament, creating what was known then as, British summer time. 

The US only starting the tradition towards the end of World War 1 in an attempt to conserve energy. The House of Representatives voted 252 to 40 to pass a law to save daylight. The first official daylight saving time took place on March 15, 1918. Michael Downing, author of "Spring Forward: The Annual Madness of Daylight Saving Time", met the new law with much resistance, a feeling he claims many others shared with him. 

Originaly, clocks were sprung forward on the last Sunday in April and turned back on the last Sunday in October, but the energy Policy Act of 2005 shifted the start of daylight saving time to the second Sunday in March and the end to the first Sunday in November. 

Speaking of Spring, don't forget the with daylight savings time comes spring cleaning! 
Call Bin There Dump That for all your spring cleaning dumpster needs! 

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Monday, 2 March 2020

Show us Your Junk 2020


Here's the deal!

Send us a minimum of 5 photos of the junk around your house to SUYJ@BinThereDumpThat.com. Our office staff will vote on their favorite pictures and the winner will be announced on April 1st, 2020! Winner will receive 1 x 20 CY dumpster (standard restrictions and conditions apply).

How to Win a Bin!






Everyone who participates in the contest will receive $20 off any 2 dumpster rentals between April 1st and May 31st, 2020.

It must be in our service area. Contest pertains only to Binsness LLC dba Bin There Dump That of Atlanta. (East location not included). 

Please, no naughty pictures, perverts! 

Have questions? Email SUYJ@BinThereDumpThat.com

Coupon must be used by May 31st, 2020.  Code: SUYJ2020

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Thursday, 20 February 2020

When to avoid putting a dumpster on the lawn.


When to avoid putting a dumpster on the lawn.

Things to consider, expect, and plan for when putting a dumpster on an unpaved surface. 

The best time to put a dumpster on the lawn or any unpaved is surface is when it is there are no other options.  99% of the time there will some type of evidence that a dumpster and/or a truck has been there.  

One common thing to consider is how will the dumpster get to where you want it?  Is there underground pipes, does getting there require driving over sept tank or lines, sprinklers systems, water lines, sewer lines, overhead power or cable lines, odd or uneven path,  or any other natural or man-made obstacle. Will access require driving off the edge of a driveway or other sensitive surfaces?  Going off and on the edge of concrete or blacktop increases the probability of damage and breaking of the surface.
There are some circumstances when placing a bin on a lawn is 100% a no go.  If there has been raining within the past 3-4 days or a long spell of rain. Also, consider this when the dumpster is scheduled to be picked up.  The ground is naturally wet or moist, uneven terrain, and slope. Driving over a septic tank & lines, sprinkler system, or any other fragile underground lines

The trucks, alone, are about 12,000 lbs and the dumpster empty is 2,000 lbs, for a total of 14,000 lbs! Tires will leave small ruts in the dry ground but will disappear after a couple of rainfalls.  The dumpster will damage grass and vegetation under it if it sits on the lawn for an extended period of time. From personal experience, I had a dumpster place on the side of my driveway for about 10 days and all the grass died leaving a nice brown spot.

We highly recommend avoiding put a dumpster on any unpaved surface unless it is a necessity.  It saves you a headache, time, and money!  If damage to the surface is your concern, let us put down our 100% driveway protection to prevent damage from the roller, rails, and rust marks!

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Thursday, 13 February 2020

What to expect when you're expecting (a dumpster)!

What to expect when you're expecting (a dumpster)!


We all like to save money, so shopping around before making your final decision just makes sense, but remember you get what you pay for! Some dumpster companies may offer you a price lower than others, but sneak hidden costs and fees in when they charge you! To make sure that you are getting an honest quote to be sure to ask these questions:
Are there any hidden fees? Fuel, Environmental.......
Are there any restricted items? Tires, Wet Paint, Freon Items, Matresses or Box Springs....
Are there any items that cost extra?  Matresses or Box Springs
Is there a weight allowance? If so, what is the cost if I go over?
Does this price include dumping fees?  Disposal Fees
Is there a delivery fee?
Do they prevent damage to my driveway?
How do I get the items in the dumpster?  Over the rim or walk-in
What is the post pick up procedures?  Do they clean up where the dumpster was?


Prior to delivery figure out where is the best place to put it. Some considerations are access for the delivery & pick up, low hanging lines, will it require any lines or pipes to be driven over.

You may want to place plywood down on the surface on your driveway to prevent any damage. However, when you rent a bin with Bin There Dump That, we offer 100% driveway protection! We supply the wood and take extra precautions when it comes to your property.


When you are loading a dumpster, you want to place the larger items in the bin first. When it comes to disposing of larger items (such as couches, mattresses, etc) it may be difficult with other dumpsters. Bin There Dump That has double doors on every bin for easy, walk-in loading. There's no need to throw large items over the side, potentially causing injury to yourself. The double doors also come in handy for the organization. Organizing items neatly maximizes the usable space in your dumpster!


When you rent a bin with Bin There Dump That, you get our post-job clean up service. This is a service offered by no other dumpster company. Our driver will sweep up the area where the bin was placed and pick up any debris that he sees! We leave your driveway exactly as it was before we arrived.

As always, Bin There Dump That is the BEST choice for all your dumpster needs!

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