Materials

What can I put in?

Gorilla Dumpsters will dispose of most materials that are not hazardous.

See the list below.

TELL US ABOUT IT.

Our experienced schedulers will be happy to discuss the best options for your specific use.

Gorilla Dumpsters explains suggested materials and restrictions for each container size on our Sizes & Prices page. Heavy materials may be restricted to certain size containers (i.e. 15- or 20-yards), so it is very important to disclose the intended use of the dumpster. Putting heavy materials in 30- or 36-yard containers might not only impact the weight, making them unsafe to transport but may also exceed DOT (Department of Transportation) regulations.

All dumpster loads are subject to inspection and additional fees. Please read our Terms carefully

Mixing household or yard waste in construction dumpsters will disqualify the
load as construction only and will result in additional fees.

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(614) 344-4677

YES

Construction Debris

Concrete

Gravel

Cement

Siding

Roofing

Drywall

Wood

Household Junk

Furniture

Mixed Cardboard

Paper

Scrap Metal

Green Waste

Yard Trimmings

Sod

Rocks

Dirt

NO

Hazardous waste

Industrial waste

Chemical products

“Special” waste, as defined by applicable Local, State & Federal laws or regulations.

Medical Waste

Infectious Waste

Pharmaceutical Waste (not for drug disposal)

Veterinary & Farm Waste considered hazardous

Animals

Solvents

Paint (except completely dried latex paint cans, no liquids)

Lead Paint Chips

Aerosol cans

Propane tanks

Appliances to include:

Refrigerators

Freezer Units

Air Conditioning Units

Microwaves

Food Wastes

Computers

Computer Monitors

Televisions

Fluorescent Tubes

Radioactive material

Batteries

Herbicides & Pesticides

Railroad Ties

Petroleum-contaminated Soil

Contaminated Soils

Oil Filters

Motor Oil

Transmission Oil/Lubricating/Hydraulic Oil/Oil Filters

Contaminated Oils (mixed with solvents, Gasoline, etc.)

Antifreeze

Tires

Car Batteries

Asbestos

Barrels

All Liquids

Flammable, Toxic, and/or Hazardous Material

Fuels

Inks

Resins

Adhesives

Industrial Drums

Materials December 10, 2017