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Roll-Off Dumpster Rentals for Asbestos Disposal

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Safe Asbestos Removal

Asbestos removal is a tedious process that must be handled with caution as it is a special hazardous waste material. Inhalation of asbestos materials can cause extreme health problems, like lung cancer.

Although dangerous, asbestos is still used in roofing materials, vinyl tile, corrugated sheeting, and sometimes in cement piping. In the past, it was used in many places including heating insulation systems, floor tiles, wallboard, and fireproofing materials.

Why choose Sourgum to help with your asbestos removal? Unlike most waste companies, we are able to handle asbestos waste because we partner with haulers certified to handle the dangerous material.

Friable Vs. Non. Friable Asbestos

FriableNon-Friable
Definition: Friable asbestos refers to asbestos-containing materials that are easily crumbled or pulverized, leading to the release of asbestos fibers into the air.Definition: Non-friable asbestos refers to asbestos-containing materials where the fibers are firmly bound in a matrix, making it less likely to release fibers into the air under normal conditions.
Characteristics: It can be reduced to powder by hand pressure, and the fibers are loosely bound.Characteristics: It cannot be easily crumbled or reduced to powder by hand pressure.
Concerns: Friable asbestos is considered more hazardous because the loose fibers can become airborne and be inhaled, posing significant health risks. Common friable asbestos-containing materials include certain types of insulation, pipe insulation, and sprayed-on materials.Concerns: While non-friable asbestos is generally considered less hazardous than friable asbestos, it can still become a concern if the material is damaged or deteriorates over time. Common non-friable asbestos-containing materials include vinyl floor tiles, roofing materials, and cement products.

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Why Use A Dumpster for Asbestos Disposal?

Our closed-top and lined dumpsters are great options for asbestos disposal for a few reasons.

  1. Gives you a safe and secure place to put all your hazardous materials.

  2. Our professionals are trained and certified to handle asbestos, meaning you won't face any fines for improper disposal.

  3. They can hold a large amount of material which is perfect for medium-large projects like renovations and demolitions.

Why is a Special Dumpster Needed for Asbestos Disposal?

Our asbestos waste containers are specifically made to handle and secure asbestos materials to ensure they cause no harm.

You can choose either a closed-top dumpster or a dumpster liner to handle your asbestos. We provide both options to make sure your asbestos removal is safe and harmless to you.

How to Load an Asbestos Dumpster

When loading an asbestos dumpster, remember to:

  1. Bag all waste before placing it in the container to avoid any harmful dust particles escaping.

  2. Keep the top of the dumpster closed unless you are loading it.

  3. Do not overload the dumpster so that it cannot properly shut.

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Sourgum Waste celebrates planting a tree for every dumpster rented

One Dumpster Rented = One Tree Planted

For every dumpster rented from Sourgum, we contribute to reforestation through One Tree Planted. Order your roll-off dumpster today and make a positive impact with every disposal.

Trees planted so far: 32,923

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