Often, in our fast-paced modern world, we can become oblivious to our high quality of life. Conveniences, amenities and services become so ubiquitously intertwined with our everyday lives that we start to take them for granted, or scarcely pay any attention to them at all. Some things, like traffic lights, maintained roads and clean water, are so commonplace that we pay them little to no mind until they stop functioning. When was the last time, for example, that you had to think too long about how to handle your trash output? Bucks County, in Philadelphia’s southwest, is home to over six hundred thousand people, all of whom produce waste on a daily basis. Six hundred thousand people throwing out milk cartons, mail packaging, used coffee cups and an innumerable amount of other items every day quickly becomes an intimidating volume of trash. Tourists in particular produce unthinkable volumes of waste, as they often consume pre-packaged or take away food rather than cooking at home as residents are more likely to do. Fortunately, since the 1930s, Americans have been using dumpsters and dumpster rental services to handle their waste in a manner that is both efficient and cost-effective. You probably see dumpsters and dumpster trucks around Bucks County every day, most likely surrounding near schools, industrial complexes, work sites and sport events. Often, these dumpsters are collected and emptied weekly by specialized trucks, beginning the cycle of waste production and management anew. Those looking to clear out the massive waste produced at tourist attractions, need look no further than an array of twenty-yard roll-off dumpsters, which can be used to equal effect for home remodeling and clearing out an office. Dumpsters can be used for a variety of projects, from the removal of waste from yard work and redevelopment to immense industrial projects.