Acceptable & Unacceptable Materials

Looking for a dumpster rental in the Seattle area? Look no further than Hungry Buzzard. At Hungry Buzzard, our team works closely with you to schedule pick ups/drop offs and more. When it comes to using our dumpsters, there are a few guidelines about what can and cannot be disposed of due to environmental reasons. Generally speaking, most non hazardous waste is permitted from yard debris to appliances. On the opposite end, you typically can’t dispose of hazardous materials including batteries, paints, tires and more. Check out our dumpster material guide below for more information.

What we do pick up:

  • Asphalt Paving Materials
  • Box Springs Only (No mattresses)
  • Cardboard
  • Concrete – with or without rebar (separate container)
  • Dirt/Rock (separate container)
  • Electrical Wiring, Fixtures
  • Hard Plastics (ABS, PVC)
  • Hardie Siding
  • Land Clearing Debris – Stumps, Brush (separate container)
  • Masonry Products – Brick (separate container)
  • Metals
  • Plate Glass (In frame only)
  • Roofing – Shake & Composition (Asphalt) & Concrete Tile
  • Sheet Plastics
  • Sheetrock – Clean & Painted
  • Styrofoam (No pink or blue colors)
  • Wood, Dimensional Lumber, Plywood, Strand Boards
  • Yard debris/stumps/brush

What we don’t pick up:

  • Asbestos containing materials
  • Car batteries
  • Ceiling Tiles (Acoustic, etc)
  • Fluids, Oils, Paints, Fuel
  • Household Garbage or Upholstered Furniture
  • Insulation
  • Linoleum
  • Mattresses
  • Mercury
  • Monitors, TV’s
  • Pressure Treated Lumber or Lead Based Painted Lumber
  • Tires
  • Refrigerators
  • Railroad ties
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