Overland Park, KS Recycling - Solid Front Dumpster Service Pricing

Wednesday, 16 November 2016 06:04 by admin
Arwood Waste Management Services in Overland Park, KS Are you planning on remodeling your home, have a new landscaping project in mind or simply wanting to clean up the garage or shed? With over 25 years of experience, we’re here to help. Arwood Waste is your premier, full-service solution for waste removal, portable storage, portable restrooms, roll-off containers and demolition services. We offer a variety of products and services that can meet needs ranging from heavy-duty commercial use to residential projects. COMMERCIAL DUMPSTERS Arwood Waste Management offers the best rates on commercial dumpsters.Arwood Waste offers both front-load, rear-load, and roll-off commercial compactor dumpsters. With their heavy-duty construction and sturdy design, our dumpsters are ready for any industrial task, big or small. We can provide expert advice on placement, weight limits, hazardous material and other waste management issues. The experts at Arwood Waste can help keep your site up to the highest standards. Ask about our free waste analysis when you call 816-298-9035. View Details RESIDENTIAL DUMPSTERS Arwood Waste Management offers the best rates on roll off dumpsters.Arwood Waste offers a full range of sizes and styles of dumpsters that can be used for any residential project, from light remodel to demolition work. We can haul and dump your trash, rent dumpsters, provider curbside pickup and offer other affordable residential waste removal services. View Details PORTABLE TOILETS Arwood Waste Management offers the best rates on portable toilets.From small events to major constructions projects, we have portable restroom solutions that will improve comfort and efficiency. Our portable restroom options include standard units, high-end flushable models, trailers, showers and hand wash stations. Arwood Waste has the perfect restroom solutions for any occassion, project or job. View Details PORTABLE STORAGE Arwood Waste Management offers the best rates on portable storage.We have portable storage, as well as moving and shipping options for both residential and commercial uses. An on-site container can be a great alternative to expansion, can help cleanup projects go by quicker and can offer a stress-free way to move. We can transport your containers wherever they need to be. And if you need long-term storage, our secure, climate-controlled facility is available for safe keeping until you’re ready to collect your items. View Details Arwood Waste operates as a Veteran and Minority owned business! Don’t do it yourself! The backbreaking labor. The endless trips to the dump. The fees and wait times. The wear and tear on your vehicles. Don’t haul it yourself! Avoid all of the hassles by calling the experts at Arwood Waste. Arwood Waste provides a complete range of dumpsters and waste hauling service. Our efficient, economical and on-time service will save you valuable time and money, letting you focus on your project and letting us worry about getting the trash out of your way. From providing expert advice to supplying dumpsters and containers to hauling it out for you, Arwood Waste offers a full array of services that can help you improve your business or help run a project more efficiently. For any business Arwood Waste has a waste removal or storage solution for almost any business. We offer a variety of residential and commercial dumpsters that can be used for any project. Our storage solutions can also help businesses that need an affordable alternative to expansion. Arwood Waste is ready to serve any business, including: Retail chains Contractors Manufacturers Healthcare providers Hospitality services Restaurants Property managers Office parks Multi-location businesses For the home If you’ve got a kitchen, bathroom or home remodel, tree removal, garage cleanup, disaster recovery or any other project on your to-do list, give Arwood Waste a call for solutions. With a variety of dumpster sizes, we can supply a trash removal option that will save you time and effort for your project. Plus, our residential portable storage units can help clear out space and give you a staging area or temporary storage. If you’re moving, give our portable storage solution a try. Park one on your property while you pack and prepare. No deadlines, no pressure. When you’re ready to go, we’ll ship it where it needs to go, and you collect your valuables when ready. You can also choose to have your cargo stored in our climate-controlled, secure warehouse. High-quality products Our dumpsters and containers are durable with a heavy-duty design. Whether short-term or long-term rental, our products are built to last and can handle whatever is thrown in them. Concrete, tiles, trees, carpet, pallets, our dumpsters can handle it all. Our storage containers are made to the highest standards and our shipping container option meets international standards, making your cargo secure and ready to go wherever you may need to send it. Expert service The professionals at Arwood Waste have a 30-year history of providing expert, quality services. From demolitions to cleanups to building projects to hazardous waste, Arwood Waste provides its clients with dependable and affordable services. Fully licensed and insured, Arwood Waste has a solution for your waste, storage or cleanup need. Anytime, anyplace With a nationwide network of more than 10,000 dumpster, portable toilet, portable storage and demolition contract providers, Arwood Waste can provide services to homeowners, business owners and general contractors no matter where they are. And all our trucks are equipped with GPS and we have a direct network that keeps us in contact with our drivers to help keep you up to date with service times. http://www.garbagemanday.org/truck-vehicle-deffenbaugh-industries-inc-deffenbaugh/ Overland Park, KS Roll -Off and Commercial Dumpsters Portable Toilet Temporary Fencing, Restroom Trailers, Septic Pumpouts, Potable Storage Rental and Curbside Waste Collection 816-298-9035 overlandpark@arwoodwaste.com 7100 W. 167th Overland Park, KS 66085 Overland Park, KS Office Office Nationwide Pricing Roll Off Dumpsters Commercial Dumpsters Portable Toilets Storage Rental General Order Form Curbside Collections Fencing & Barricades Septic Pump Out Keeping You and the Environment Safe The new Global Garbage Man Day slogan “Keeping You and the Environment Safe”http://www.garbagemanday.org/ captures the true mission of these individuals. It also strikes at the heart of why we celebrate the women and men in the waste management industry. Performing their jobs day in and day out with excellence keeps our local communities and the world at large safe and clean. Many people may not realize the enormous environmental impacts of recycling programs or how their local sanitation workers are positively impacting the world’s environment. Why do you Love Your Garbage Man? Because they are “Keeping You and the Environment Safe”! Join Team TAKE OUT THE TRASH http://www.letstakeoutthetrash.com/#scream Use hashtag #TAKEOUTTHETRASH on Social Media platforms, follow us on Instagram, YouTube , Facebook, Twitter and SnapChat and go out of your way to speak to your local sanitation workers when you are out and about. Unverified Rental Service Providers Junk Boys 14132 W 107th St, Lenexa, KS 66215 (913) 663-5865 Honey Creek Disposal Service Inc 1 Po Box, Tonganoxie, KS 66086 (913) 369-8999 Deffenbaugh Industries 2601 Midwest Dr, Kansas City, KS 66111 (913) 631-3300 Superior Disposal Service 447 N Cherry St, Gardner, KS 66030 (913) 938-4552 Bumpy Roads Disposal 4501 Brewer Pl, Leavenworth, KS 66048 (913) 727-1405 Junk Man Hauling & Recycling Leawood, KS 66224 (913) 544-5373 Gardner Disposal Service 404 E Main St, Gardner, KS 66030 (913) 856-3851 Browning-Ferris Industrie 3150 N 7th Street Trfy, Kansas City, KS 66115 (913) 281-0434 Superior Disposal Service 204 E Main St, Gardner, KS 66030 (913) 938-4572 Deb's Disposal Service 900 S 66th Ter, Kansas City, KS 66111 (913) 621-7411 Trash, Dumpster, and Recycling Info in Overland Park Private companies supply trash service to Overland Park residents and businesses. The City doesn’t provide municipal trash hauling services, so you’re responsible for setting up service through one of the City’s permitted trash haulers. When renting a roll-off container, be sure to rent from a permitted waste hauler. ***Hometown’s approved waste haulers are permitted to rent roll-offs in Overland Park. Where can I access Overland Park’s Municipal Code? The City’s Municipal Code is available at its website. Title 07 is the section related to “Health and Sanitation” rules and regulations. Title 07 describes trash storage and disposal laws in the city, and fines for non-compliance. Where can I drop off recyclables in Overland Park? The Recycling Center accepts most types of recyclables, including cardboard, e-waste, plastics, metal, batteries, fluorescent bulbs, clothing, glass, and more. The Overland Park Recycling Center is located here: Location: 11921 Hardy (behind Fire Station) Hours: Monday-Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday: Closed Online Contact Center Find recycling drop-off points in Overland Park, as well as household hazardous waste and yard waste drop-off locations. More tips for renting a dumpster in Overland Park, KS Municipal Solid Waste Landfills Johnson County Landfill, Inc. 17955 Holliday Drive Shawnee, KS 66217 (913) 631-3300 Construction/Demolition Landfills APAC-KS, Inc - KC Division Stanley C/D Landfill 167th and 69 Hwy (7100 W. 167th) Overland Park, KS 66085 (913) 814-6700 Asphalt Sales Company, Inc 23200 W 159th Street Olathe, KS 66061 (913) 788-8806 APAC-KS, Inc - KC Division Olathe C/D Landfill 23775 W 159th Street Olathe, KS 66061 (913) 814-6700 Johnson County Landfill, Inc. 17955 Holliday Drive Shawnee, KS 66217 (913) 631-3300 Solid Waste Transfer Stations City of Lenexa 7700 Cottonwood Lenexa, KS 66215 (913) 477-7880 Deffenbaugh Industries 1681 S Valley Road Olathe, KS 66061 (913) 971-9311 Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facilities City of Olathe 1385 S Robinson Drive Olathe, KS 66061 (913) 971-9311 Johnson County Department of Health and Enviornment 5901 Jim Bills Road Mission, KS 66203 BY APPOINTMENT ONLY- SCHEDULE HERE (913) 715-6907 Materials Recovery Facilities MARCK Industries of Kansas City, LLC 800 N Center Street Gardner, KS 66030 (913) 738-7487 Composting Facilities City of Olathe 127th and Hedge Lane Olathe, KS 66061 (913) 971-9311 Deffenbaugh Industries 17955 Holliday Drive Shawnee, KS 66217 (913) 631-3300 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CdAFGYBWcsw Disposal Options It can be difficult to dispose of some items. We encourage you to look for responsible options that help to protect the environment. We offer some advice here. Please call our office at 913-715-6907 if you have questions about any disposal. Tree and Brush Debris The first thing you should do is contact your City Hall office for disposal options. A few cities, such as Olathe, have a free drop-off location for tree limbs and brush if you reside in the city. Most cities will have disposal options for tree and brush debris following a major storm event. It can be hauled to the Olathe composting site. There is no charge for Olathe residents but there is a fee for non-residents. A landscaping company or waste hauler can pick up the debris for a fee. It can also be cut up or mulched and composted or used for landscaping. If possible, a brush pile can be open burned after calling the local fire department and/or JCDHE for an open burning permit. Olathe Composting Open Burning Information Large Appliances Many cities have special bulky item pickup events during the year. Your waste hauler usually has a bulky item pickup once a month or several times a year. The items can be hauled to the Johnson County Landfill or the Olathe Transfer Station within the County. Many bulky items may be recyclable. Visit MARC's RecycleSpot for recycling locations. Items can also be hauled to a reuse store such as Habitat for Humanity or Habitat Kansas City Restore. Large appliances with CFCs need special attention for proper handling of the Freon. Tires There are many tire dealers and auto shops that will take your waste tires. The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has many regulations regarding storage and beneficial use of waste tire on property located in Kansas. The Johnson County Household Hazardous Materials Program offers up free drop-off of up to five tires if the tires are from your personal residence with a scheduled appointment. Johnson County Landfill Johnson County LandfillThe Johnson County Landfill (JCL) is located in the north-central part of the city of Shawnee in Johnson County. The landfill is owned and operated by Deffenbaugh Industries, Inc. The first area at the JCL to be designed, constructed, and operated per Resource Conservation Recovery Act (RCRA) Subtitle D regulations was Phase 3 and this area opened up for disposal operations in November, 1995. Current landfilling occurs in Phase 1M and is expected to last until 2020. Phases 1, 2, and 4 were constructed many years prior to the 1991 Subtitle D regulation revisions. Landfill operations will then shift back to Phase 6 until 2043. RCRA Subtitle D also resulted in a significant increase in the number of groundwater wells and monitoring activities at the JCL. RCRA Subtitle D resulted in monitoring of landfill gas emissions around the perimeter of the landfill and inside any buildings at the landfill. In addition, the federal Clean Air Act regulations also restrict gas emissions from landfills. The JCL is inspected by the Johnson County air quality staff for compliance with the Clean Air Act. Because of the volume and quality of gas production at the landfill, the gas is used as an energy source, and an extensive gas collection system was installed and operational by the end of 1998. Currently, the landfill gas is being processed, treated, and distributed as an energy source. KDHE and the Johnson County Department of Health and Environment (JCDHE) have been meeting with JCL staff regularly since 1993 to assure open communication between all and provide for a forum to discuss all landfill issues. KDHE and the Environment Division of the JCDHE work closely on the review of reports, drawings, and documents required under RCRA Subtitle D and compliance issues including such areas as monitoring of groundwater, well drilling and development, hydrogeological investigations, leachate collection system, storm water management, and groundwater contamination remediation projects. Operational Permit The JCL must have an operational permit from both JCDHE as well as KDHE. The JCDHE permit is issued annually and contains both general and specific operating requirements. The first permit issued by Johnson County to JCL was on January 29, 1982. KDHE began permitting the JCL in 1978. Landfill Inspections Starting in 1982, quarterly inspections by JCDHE have taken place at the JCL. Currently, JCDHE and KDHE co-inspect the JCL two times per year. Inspections are based on the KDHE solid waste regulations which include visual inspection of landfill waste disposal operations such as working face area, asbestos disposal, special waste disposal, white goods area with freon collection, composting site, the construction/demolition landfill, and the random waste screening program. A review of records is also performed. An inspection letter is prepared by the Environment Division specifying those areas needing attention or correction. KDHE issues a compliance/non-compliance report. Groundwater Monitoringlandfill operations Groundwater monitoring is required at the JCL based on an extensive set of state regulations covering groundwater monitoring systems, applicability, and design. The JCL first installed groundwater wells in 1988 for quarterly sampling and lab testing analysis. Groundwater monitoring wells have continuously been added to the monitoring well system based on landfill expansion. A total of about 45 active monitoring wells are currently used to monitor groundwater movement and quality at the landfill. Each new phase that is opened requires extensive groundwater testing and monitoring. Water Quality Monitoring Hayes Creek flows through the JCL and is sampled three times per year at three locations: upstream of landfill activities, center of the landfill, and downstream of the landfill. The water which seeps through the landfill is referred to as leachate and is collected within a leachate collection system. The leachate is sampled annually from each of the six phases of the landfill, as well as the French drain collection system. http://www.garbagemanday.org/truck-vehicle-deffenbaugh-industries-inc-deffenbaugh/ Residential Haulers Curbside Recycling Johnson County is made up of many wonderful cities which all desite to help their residents dispose of trash, recyclables, and hazardous materials. Below are a list of cities with links to the appropriate pages on their websites. For more information check your city website or give them a call. Bonner Springs | Edgerton | Fairway | Gardner | Leawood | Lenexa | Merriam | Mission | Mission Hills | Mission Woods | Olathe | Overland Park | Prairie Village | Roeland Park | Shawnee | Spring Hill | Westwood All residential waste haulers are required to maintain a license from JCDHE. Licensed Residential Waste Haulers: Bumpy Roads Disposal: 913-727-1405 City of Olathe : 913-971-9311 Deffenbaugh Industries, Inc: 913-631-3300 Gardner Disposal Service Inc: 913-856-3851 Honey Creek Disposal Service Inc: 913-369-8999 L&K Services Inc: 913-837-4637 Linn County Transportation: 913-757-3354 Ottawa Sanitation Service: 785-242-3227 Republic Services, Inc. (Allied Waste): 913-281-4343 Superior Disposal Service: 913-406-9460 Town and Country Disposal: 816-380-5595 Solid Waste Mgmt Plan In carrying out its solid waste management duties, the Environment Division inspects, monitors, and conducts other oversight activities pertaining to all solid waste management facilities in the County. The Department also assures investigation and proper cleanup of illegal solid waste dumps in the County and serves as staff support to the County's Solid Waste Management Committee. It's Not the Dump Anymore Today's landfills that take household waste and garbage are called Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) Landfills. The Johnson County Landfill is a MSW landfill and one of the largest private landfills in the country. The main requirements for the Resource Conservation Recovery Act (RCRA) Subtitle D regulations include the following: Hydrogeological site evaluation to determine subsurface conditions. Construction of a geocomposite liner system for the base of the landfill. Construction of a leachate collection system to collect all fluids that contact solid waste. Develop and implement a program to exclude any regulated hazardous waste and PCB/s from entering the landfill area. Develop and implement a gas monitoring program to measure methane gas inside the facility structures and at the landfill perimeter boundaries. Develop and implement a surface water drainage program to prevent flow of water onto the landfill's active face and be capable of collecting water runoff from the active face during a 24-hour, 25-year storm event. Maintain survey controls throughout the landfill area. Maintain record keeping for a variety of activities related to the landfill operations. Establish and maintain groundwater monitoring systems including sampling and data analysis, detection and assessment monitoring, and corrective action. Develop and update closure and post closure plans related to the eventual closing of each area and the 30-year monitoring of the area after final closure. The JCL is in compliance with the KDHE and JCDHE regulations and is inspected at least quarterly by JCDHE and semi-annually by KDHE. The Solid Waste Management Code Johnson County Code of Regulations for Solid Waste Management 2010 Edition Brochure on the Solid Waste Management Code: Planning for Our Future The Solid Waste Management Plan In Kansas, counties are responsible for solid waste planning. In Johnson County, solid waste planning takes place through the Johnson County Solid Waste Management Committee (SWMC) which develops a solid waste management plan (SWMP). The Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) formally adopts the SWMP after a required public hearing. As required by Kansas law, the SWMC and the BOCC review the plan annually. The plan must be approved by KDHE to become official. Johnson County Solid Waste Management Plan 2013 edition The complete current 2007 plan and its updates can be downloaded from these links. The Complete Johnson County Solid Waste Management Plan Appendices A - P Appendix Q (2009 update) Appendix R (2010 update) Solid Waste Disposal Facility and Processing Facility Permitting Anyone wanting to operate a solid waste disposal facility or a processing facility in Johnson County must be permitted. The Environment Division accepts permit applications for: Sanitary Landfills Waste Processing Facilities Tree and Brush Landfills Solid Waste Transfer Stations Materials Recovery Facilities Composting Facilities Industrial, Demolition and/or Construction Landfills Find application forms for landfill operation on the Forms and Fees page. Illegal Dumping Illegal dumping complaints in Johnson County are handled through JCDHE and/or the Johnson County Planning, Development and Codes Office. The Johnson County Public Works Department also handles illegal dumping complaints for solid waste found along the county unincorporated roadway easements. JCDHE follows the Johnson County Code of Regulations for Solid Waste Management (2010 Edition) when investigating the dumping complaints. These regulations and resolutions are available by contacting the Environment Division at (913) 715-6900. Examples of illegal dumping complaints include: trash and wood debris brought in from off site orphaned containers such as one-gallon, five-gallon, or even 55-gallon drums waste tires household waste construction/demolition debris If you witness illegal dumping occurring, please contact 9-1-1 and report the activity. If you observe illegally dumped solid waste, please report the dumpsite by calling our office at 913-715-6900 or completing the online form for environmental pollution. SW Management Committee Key Elements in the 2013 Solid Waste Management Plan: Promote expansion of the existing commercial recycling infrastructure through education and awareness. Work closely with the reuse and repurposing industry, regional haulers, recyclers and public officials to increase reuse and recovery of renovation, construction and demolition waste materials. Work with the cities, homeowners associations, the unincorporated areas, and the private sector to increase residential participation in recycling. Continue to coordinate education efforts through public private partnerships. Provide a leadership role for solid waste reduction in the County. Lead by example by reviewing County operations to identify and implement waste reduction opportunities. Coordinate with nearby county and regional partners in evaluating and implementing waste reduction strategies. Seek stable funding for reduction programs. Conduct, where appropriate and where County resources allow, cost benefit analysis of future solid waste reduction programs. Committee Information The Solid Waste Management Committee meets bi-monthly to discuss solid waste issues and oversee the Solid Waste Management Plan. Solid Waste Management Committee Members Ms. Ruth Hopkins, Chairperson, Cities of the First Class Mr. Dave Drovetta, Vice-Chairperson, Cities of the Second Class Mr. Daniel Jones, Private Industry Ms. Kaye Johnston, Cities of the Third Class Mr. Jim Murray, Private Industry Ms. Maril Crabtree, Cities of the Second Class Ms. Megan England, Cities of the Second Class Ms. C. Elaine Giessel, Citizen Organization Mr. Scott Martin, Private Industry Ms. Lisa McDaniel, Cities of the First Class Mr. Raymond Manley, General Public Ms. Maggie Roby, Cities of the First Class Mr. Kent Seyfried, Cities of the First Class Mr. Don Siefert, Cities of the First Class Ms. Sarah Crooks, Unincorportated Area Meetings Meetings will be held according to the posted schedule, starting at 6:00 pm with a light dinner, followed by the formal meeting at 6:30 pm Areas of Service Dumpster and Portable Toilet Rental Area Basehor, Belton, Bonner Springs, Bucyrus, Clearview City, Cleveland, De Soto, Edgerton, Edwardsville, Gardner, Grandview, Hillsdale, Independence, Kansas City, KC, Leawood, Lees Summit, Lenexa, Linwood, LS, Mission, N KC, New Century, NKC, Olathe, OP, Overland Park, Peculiar, Prairie Village, Raymore, Riverside, Shawnee, Shawnee Mission, SM, Spring Hill, Stilwell, Waldron Zip Codes Service Area 64012, 64015, 64030, 64050, 64051, 64052, 64053, 64054, 64055, 64056, 64057, 64058, 64063, 64064, 64065, 64078, 64081, 64082, 64083, 64092, 64101, 64102, 64105, 64106, 64108, 64109, 64110, 64111, 64112, 64113, 64114, 64116, 64117, 64118, 64119, 64120, 64121, 64123, 64124, 64125 Counties Service Area Johnson County 816-298-9035 Ask us how we can save you time and money.
Actions:   E-mail | Permalink