We provide their customers with guidelines regarding what can and can’t be disposed of, but some things like hazardous and flammable waste usually can’t be disposed of. In those cases, it is best to contact the local solid waste authority which can help guide the process or provide additional services for disposal.
Whatever the situation may be, it’s always important to be completely transparent and make sure to let the waste disposal company know the nature of the project and the types of waste that will be disposed of.
Some things cannot be thrown out with the trash at the curb. Local municipalities have specific rules for what can and can’t be disposed of. Often the garbage truck will only take what can fit in a garbage bin that the local government provides or regulates. Bulky items that may not even fit in a residential garbage receptacle, appliances, construction debris, and tires can quickly and easily add up to either more trash that can be disposed of in several garbage days or maybe not allowed at all.