Lancaster County, named for the city of the same name in England (which was, in turn, named for the Lancaster family who contested the English throne during the Wars of the Roses), has a strong local farming industry. The rich, fertile soils of Lancaster County provide the foundation for almost a fifth of Pennsylvania’s overall agricultural output, which makes sense considering that around half of the county’s land area is zoned for agricultural work. Of course, agricultural waste requires the extensive use of coordinated waste management systems, such as dumpster rental and waste transport. Many tourists come to Lancaster County to observe the lifestyles of the Lancaster Amish community, living their simple, pre-industrial agrarian lifestyles within hours of bustling cities. Of course, the Lancaster Amish do not produce nearly as much waste as the other residents of the area, who depend heavily on dumpster rental to keep Lancaster’s soil and water clean and fit for growing produce and feeding swine and cattle. The vast volume of agricultural waste in addition to ordinary metropolitan waste means that dumpsters of varying sizes and types are used widely across Lancaster County for a variety of purposes and types of waste. Having seasoned, trained professionals handling the waste produced in Lancaster County is a major facet of keeping the area clean and habitable. Dumpster trucks, designed specifically to handle and empty dumpsters, traverse enormous distances all across Lancaster County to keep the area clean and hygienic. The roll-off dumpster truck uses a hydraulic lift beneath the flatbed to elevate one end of the bed, allowing the full dumpster to easily roll off with the help of a winch. Because they do not have to lift the dumpster on extended prongs as with a conventional dump truck, roll-off trucks can handle bulky, heavy loads with ease.