Showing posts with label rental. Show all posts
Showing posts with label rental. Show all posts

Wednesday, 17 April 2019

Can I place a dumpster on the street in Hampton?

Can I place a dumpster on the street in Hampton?

What is allowed?

Renting a dumpster for medium to large home clean-outs and other projects is an excellent idea. We are very flexible about where we set our dumpsters, however we still must comply with city, county and state laws. If the driveway is large enough we can almost always place a dumpster on private driveways, and parking areas. Some cities or counties will allow dumpsters to be placed on a curb or in city streets either with or without a permit, however, there are some that do not allow dumpsters to be placed anywhere besides private property.

What is not allowed?  

The city of Hampton does not allow dumpsters to be placed on any public property. This is to keep its citizens safe. When dumpsters are placed on streets they can become a hazard by creating blind spots.  Keeping dumpsters on private property also helps to prevent unlawful dumping. Although unlawful dumping may not seem like an issue to the city it can become an issue to the person who has rented the dumpster. When there are restricted items in the dumpster the renter could be charged additional fees and may be forced to dispose of the item(s) separately.

Where can I find more information?

If you would like more information please call Hampton City Hall at 770-946-4306.

Remember to use Bin There Dump That for all your dumpster needs.

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Monday, 11 February 2019

Driveway Protection



Bin There Dump That is the only company offering 100% driveway protection. That means OUR drivers lay down the wood before they place the dumpster onto your driveway, ensuring that there is no damage done to your property. With our company providing the wood and training our delivery experts on how to take care of your property we save you time AND money! If you use a dumpster company that does not care for your driveway,  you could be left with rust, cracked concrete, scratches etc. Although purchasing your own wood is an option, using BTDT saves you money by providing the protection! Time is valuable and we know you're busy. You do not have to worry about being present to place the wood out and make sure the driver uses it! With US, every customer gets 100% peace of mind knowing that their driveway is protected.


When it comes to hook lift vs cable, hook lifts provide more accuracy in dumpster placement as well as maneuverability, where as the cable hoist invariably needs more horizontal open spaces to drop and load a container.  Deliveries and pick up are done quicker with a hook lift and do not require the driver to leave the truck, where as in a cable hoist the driver will need to leave the cab to latch the cable onto the front hook. The cable system can only offload from an elevated platform if it is the same height as the rails on the truck and the truck can back up to the platform. As for unloading on a flat elevated dock, cable hoists do not have that capability.


Along with our driveway protection, we also ensure that the dumpsters have no chance of rolling off of the plywood. By adding the stoppers onto the wood, it eliminates any risk of the dumpster rolling off of the protection. 

When the driver arrives at the job site they will exit the cab and place the boards on the driveway. After they ensure that the wood is in the exact location it needs to be, they will then lower the dumpster onto your driveway. The dumpster itself never actually touches your driveway as it rolls onto the wood. The stoppers on the wood prevent it from moving from the location it is placed. 

As always use Bin There Dump That for all your dumpster needs!

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Tuesday, 5 February 2019




Recycling facilities can use the porcelain and turn it into concrete for roads and other paved areas.

This may be the most surprising! The waste from cigarettes can be re-purposed! The cigarettes and packaging are separated and melted down, turning into hard plastic pellets used for a variety of things!


The standard toothbrush cannot be tossed into your recycling bin. It's made of hard plastic and nylon bristles. But in an effort to change the fate of many toothbrushes, Colgate and Sam's Club have both partnered with TerraCycle to recycle them.

It seems so wrong to throw them away but you can't keep adding to the drawer full of old cards, can you? Now, you can get rid of them and feel good about doing it! St. Jude's Ranch for Children accepts both new and used greeting cards of all occasions. They can recycle the cards to create new ones to sell. The money raised from the new cards will go towards abused and neglected homeless children.


There are several options for recycling e-waste. You can donate it to a school or non-profit if it still works properly. There are also electronics recyclers that take old devices to separate and then reuse the materials inside. Or you can also return the device to the manufacturer!

The safest way to recycle medications is through the drug store you received it from. Many pharmacies have mail-back programs at their stores where you can drop off your prescription drugs.


After you've gotten down to the last drop of your foundation, don't just toss the container into the trash. Many cosmetic companies offer a discount if you bring in your empty makeup containers.


Most shampoo, conditioner, and body wash containers can be recycled along with your plastic water bottles. Don't forget to rinse out the bottles before tossing into the recycling bin.

When it's time for the Holidays you may be ready to start taking out your decor and lights. But there may be a few strands that have burned out, which you only discovered after untangling them all.
Instead of chucking them in the trash, there are programs that recycle them and pay you in return.

According to RedBook Magazine, the average woman owns 9 bras but only uses 6 of them. You can donate your lightly used bra to a local organization to distribute to women who can't afford them. 

As odd as it seems to recycle oil, the damage that oil can do to your plumbing makes it totally worth it! To start collecting oil for recycling simply designate a container for the used oil. You can take it to a local recycling center or even your fire department!

You can give someone the gift of good vision! Several organizations will accept your old prescription glasses to help those with the same prescription as you to see better when they cannot afford their glasses!

If you clean your aluminum foil after using it you can take it to your local recycling center. Make sure it is not contaminated with food or oil. 

For more help on how/where to dispose of these items click HERE or HERE

As always use Bin There Dump That for all your dumpster needs!

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To view our dumpster sizes click HERE
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To view our restrictions and conditions click HERE

Tuesday, 29 January 2019

Who is Saint Valentine?


Every February 14th gifts, flowers, cards and candies are exchanged between loved ones all in celebration of Saint Valentine. But who is mystifying Saint?


The Catholic church recognizes at least two saints by the name of Valentine. One legend contends that he was a priest, during the third century in Rome. During this time, Emperor Claudis II decided that men with no wife and children at home made better soldiers and outlawed marriage for young men. St. Valentine realizing the injustice of this new law, continued to perform marriages for the young lovers in secret. Once his actions were discovered, Claudis ordered St. Valentine be put to death.

Another story suggest that Valentine may have been put to death for helping Christians escape stringent prisons in Rome. According to one legend, Valentine sent the first valentine greeting himself after falling in love with his jailer's daughter. Before his death, Valentine wrote her a letter and signed it "From your Valentine", a phrase that is still used today. This truth behind this legend is murky, but it emphasizes the meaning of Valentine's Day-LOVE.

Whoever the Saint is behind this holiday, make sure you take the time on February 14th to let your spouse, parents, children or friends know that they are appreciated and loved


As always for all your dumpster needs call Bin There Dump That!

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To view our dumpster sizes click HERE.
To view our restrictions and conditions click HERE.
To request a quote click HERE.

Monday, 28 January 2019

Bin There Dump That App


Did you know that Bin There Dump That now has an app?

You can download the app on either your Android or Apple SmartPhone. 

For contractors who are on the go and don't have time to make a call every time they need a dumpster, it makes things a little less difficult. Just plug in your name and the job site address and you will receive a confirmation text from the office once the order has been placed! It's that simple! 

Click HERE for the link for Apple phones.

Click HERE for the link for Android phones.

To view our website click HERE.
To view our restrictions and conditions click HERE.
To view our dumpster sizes click HERE.
To request a quote click HERE.

Be sure to use Bin There Dump That for all your dumpster needs!

Monday, 14 January 2019

Atlanta Welcomes Superbowl LIII!


With the Superbowl just around the corner Atlanta can't help but feel the excitement (and the broken hearts) of thousands of people. 

Hosting the Superbowl-the most watched sporting event in the entire world-comes with quite the boost in economic activity. With thousands of fans traveling to the city, staying at hotels, shopping and trying some of the best local restaurants the city benefits greatly. Superbowl LII brought about $450 million in gross local spending for its hosting city. 

The Superbowl is more than just a football game.
Even if you aren't a fan of football, the Superbowl is just as exciting for you. It is a 10 day celebration featuring musical artist, food trucks, appearances by celebrities and more! Although Superbowl tickets may be out of reach, everyone is more than welcome downtown to celebrate with the city

This years celebration includes performances by Jermaine Dupri, Goodie Mob, DJ Holiday, Waka Flocka, K Camp, Ying Yang Twins, Coca Vango, Trinidad James and more! 

Other activities with partners like Hyundai, Frito Lay, Ford and Verizon will be taking place as well. 

Bring the family downtown for some fun!

Oh yeah and GO FALCONS!


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Friday, 11 January 2019

Passing a Garbage Truck


In 2015, the legislature added a new statute, OCGA 40-6-16.1, a companion to OCGA 40-6-16 which deals with passing emergency vehicles.  OCGA 40-6-16 is known as the "move over" law.
The new statute is basically a "move over" law for sanitation vehicles.  The law applies to such vehicles operated as authorized by a county or municipal governing authority and displaying flashing yellow, amber, white or red lights.
Drivers are required to approach the vehicle with "due caution."  The law requires approaching drivers to move into a lane not adjacent to the vehicle if possible.  If such a lane change is not possible or would be unsafe, then the driver is directed to slow the driver's speed to a speed which is at least ten miles per hour less than the posted limit or 25 mph, whichever is greater.  
The violation carries a fine of up to $500.    
The law applies to vehicles traveling in the the same direction and the opposite direction as the vehicle with active sanitation workers.  

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Friday, 4 January 2019


You don't have to be a mechanic to change your own oil. Simply knowing how to identify a few parts and knowing how to use a tool or two could save you some money. 

To start the process you'll first need to identify the drain plug. It is a large nut or plug located under the oil pan at the bottom of the engine. Make sure you have an oil pan in place to prevent spills. 

You now need to unscrew the oil drain plug. Protect your hand with a rag or paper towels (shop towels are a great option, too!) Be ready to move your hand as you unscrew the oil drain plug.

Next, remove the cap from the oil filler hole at the top of the engine and unscrew the oil filter. (By hand or by wrench.) To unscrew the filter, twist it counterclockwise. The filter will have oil in it, so be careful not to spill it when you remove it. If any remnants of the filter’s rubber seal remain on your engine, remove them.

Open a new bottle of oil and dip a finger into it. Use the oil to moisten the gasket on the top of the new oil filter. 
Simply screw the new filter in the same location of the old filter you just removed. 
Clean up the area where the drain plug goes and screw it back in place with an adjustable wrench.

Use a funnel to add fresh oil to the oil filler hole. Replace the oil cap

Check out these How-To videos for more tips!

There you go! You have changed your own oil

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