Rear-Load Container Guide
Things You Need To Know...
When Should I choose this Service?
- Permanent service is best suited for a company or residential property that will need ongoing daily, weekly, or monthly service.
- This container requires the truck to back up to the container to empty the contents, which keeps the container much lower during service. This makes a rear-load container helpful when dealing with height restrictions.
- Expect an increased cost in most cases due to the labor intensity of this service. (Front-load service is a reduced cost option if you are not worried about height restrictions)
- Standard service agreements for this service include one, two, and three year options.
- Do not overload your container or let material stick out over the top. This is a serious safety hazard, both for people loading the container and the driver who needs to transport it to its final destination.
- Do not put unacceptable material in the container. (See List Below)
- Plan on building an enclosure for your container? Consult your hauler prior to construction beginning to ensure the equipment and truck have access.
Unacceptable Material List
- Aerosol cans
- All Liquids
- Fluorescent tubes
- Food waste
- Hazardous waste
- Industrial waste
- Other flammable liquids
- Propane tanks
- Radioactive material
- Railroad ties
- Chemical products
- Lubricating/hydraulic oil
- Medical waste
- Motor Oil
- Oil filters
- Transmission oil
- Paint (except completely dried latex paint cans, no liquids)
REAR-LOAD CONTAINER SIZE OPTIONS
- 2 YARD REAR LOAD CONTAINER
- FITS 4-6 FULL GARBAGE BAGS
- 3 YARD REAR LOAD CONTAINER
- FITS 10 TO 12 FULL GARBAGE BAGS
- 4 YARD REAR LOAD CONTAINER
- FITS 18 TO 20 FULL GARBAGE BAGS
- 6 YARD REAR LOAD CONTAINER
- FITS 28 TO 30 FULL GARBAGE BAG
- 8 YARD REAR LOAD CONTAINER
- FITS 38 TO 40 FULL GARBAGE BAGS
- 10 YARD REAR LOAD CONTAINER
- FITS 48 TO 50 FULL GARBAGE BAGS
* Dimensions may vary slightly depending on the equipment manufacture used by a particular hauler