Front Load Dumpsters
Sunshine Recycling offers front-load dumpster rentals for long-term waste management solutions. Compared to roll-off dumpsters, front-load dumpsters are typically more square and smaller. They are most often used to dispose of trash, and to separate and collect paper, cardboard, plastic and aluminum waste for recycling.
Our front-load dumpsters are made of heavy gauge steel, and include a high density polyethylene lid. The dumpsters are primed inside and out to prevent rust and corrosion and are fully-welded to contain discarded waste. The majority of the front-load dumpsters in our inventory have slanted-tops, but we also provide flat-tops upon request.
Who can use a front-load dumpster?
Front-load containers are an efficient, permanent solution for compactable items and ongoing trash removal. These types of dumpsters are typically used by businesses, retail stores, shopping malls, schools, restaurants, beauty salons, hotels and motels, apartment buildings, condominium complexes, municipalities and secured access facilities.
Sizes and Dimensions:
Our front-load dumpsters are available in four sizes: 2, 4, 6 and 8 cubic yards.
- 2-yard dumpsters can hold two cubic yards of trash, or about 30 13-gallon garbage bags, These dumpsters are approximately 3 ft. long x 6 ft. wide x 3 ft. high.
- 4-yard dumpsters can hold four cubic yards of refuse, or about 60 13-gallon garbage bags. These dumpsters are approximately 4 ft. long x 6 ft. wide x 5 ft. high.
- 6-yard dumpsters can hold six cubic yards of refuse, or about 90 13-gallon garbage bags. These dumpsters are approximately 5 ft. long x 6 ft. wide x 5 ft. high.
- 8-yard dumpsters can hold eight cubic yards of refuse, or about 120 13-gallon garbage bags. These dumpsters are approximately 6 ft. long x 6 ft. wide x 6 ft. high.
Front-Load Hauling Services
Unlike roll-off dumpsters, front-load containers are never removed to be emptied, and remain on your property as long as you have an active contract with us. We service front-load dumpsters for trash collection on a daily or weekly basis, depending on the needs of your particular business. A garbage truck will pick up the dumpster and empty its content into the truck, and then place the emptied dumpster back into position. The truck will transport only the refuse to the landfill or waste energy facility.