Lancaster County Dumpster Rental

As a true family-owned business with years of experience in dumpster rentals, Tri-State Waste & Recycling knows the needs of Lancaster County the best. Namely, a diverse and strong regional farming industry (like almost half of Lancaster county) needs a flexible and competitive provider of dumpsters and waste removal. Services like waste containment and removal need to be highly coordinated with such industries, and always able to work with them at sometimes short notice. Further, the beloved tourist spots and Amish communities that cover the Lancaster county area are founded upon the singular agrarian charm of Lancaster’s agrarian landscape, a landscape that needs effective waste removal from professionals that know the area best. Whatever the case, whether its services for small, metropolitan needs, or demanding, large-scale agricultural waste management, Tri-State can offer the crucial, professional tools and services required for keeping the Lancaster region productive and beautiful.

Most farmers throughout the 320,000 acres of agriculturally zoned land in Lancaster County have a variety of needs throughout the year, and require service in the most remote of locations. Tri-State prides itself in being equipped to handle these requirements: with over six sizes of dumpster containers, ranging from 10 to 40 cubic yards, varying needs and situations, whether permanent or temporary, can be met wherever and however they present themselves, and with a fleet of top-of-the-line roll-off dumpster trucks, no location is too remote and no load is too bulky. These trucks work with a hydraulic lift specifically designed for the dumpsters provided, able to lift and elevate the container reliably and stably, no matter what has been put in it! As farmers in Lancaster know, agricultural waste can come in a variety of unpredictable quantities and dimensions, so the reliability and endurance of Tri-State’s top of the line equipment is all but essential.

Tri-State keeps its services straightforward and costs transparent, first and foremost aiming to give the beloved “Garden Spot of America” the crucial services it needs. There are no hidden fees and no extra costs when you order a dumpster from Tri-State: your payment provides the delivery, one-time fill-up, and disposal of the dumpster, with no extra “Environmental costs” or transportation costs (however remote you may be). Rest assured that your home construction waste, or agricultural waste, can be taken care of without any stress and at a fair price.

Tri-State Waste & Recycling staffs only the most seasoned and trained professionals to fill your orders. These service people know and care about Lancaster County, and are proud to provide crucial waste services throughout the area. And the services they provide are not just well-equipped and ready-to-go-wherever, but are also prompt and generally available to time-sensitive needs. Tri-state knows that Lancaster County is completely within the Chesapeake Bay drainage basin, and is a nationally-beloved area in part for the natural beauty of the simple human agricultural relationships the Amish communities throughout the county exhibit. Because of this Tri-State’s services can be called upon at typically a day’s notice, but often available even sooner; any important waste transportation need required to keep the area clean and scenic, is quickly met by Tri-State, who knows that the county with some of the most fertile, non-irrigated soil in the region needs services that can protect it effectively, exhaustively, and with environmentally-sound methods.

Lancaster County is also filled with some of the most beautiful historical residential constructions in Pennsylvania: boroughs like Akron and Elizabethtown feature incredible family homes from throughout the 19th century. Homeowners are attracted to not just the historical charm of these structures, but their solid timeless design. But as any homeowner of a historical construction knows, renovation and remodeling is always an eventual need, and Tri-State Waste & Recycling has catered towards non-professional, home construction waste containment and transport for decades. Our professionals can help you make the reasonable and effective choices for your construction situations, and provide plenty of options no matter where you are. Whether you are remodeling your kitchen, or installing a new roof, Tri-State can help, and knows what you need.

In all, you will find Tri-State ready to offer their distinguished services to the varied communities and areas below. With years of consistent, family-owned experience in dumpster rental and transport, there is nowhere in Lancaster County Tri-State hasn’t gone, and because of this, there is no better company you can find to help you with your waste needs in the area. Competitive pricing, flexible scheduling, and top-of-the-line professionals and tools are already a given with our company, and we truly feel like we go the extra mile by remaining close to the many local communities in Lancaster County and beyond.

Quarryville PA 17566

Quarryville, as the name suggests, was founded due to its proximity to a series of lucrative quarries in its immediate vicinity. With a local economy so dependent on mining, using large roll-off dumpsters to transport heavy rocks is commonplace throughout Quarryville.

Denver PA 17517

Denver, not to be confused with its namesake in Colorado, was founded by Swiss immigrants in the eighteenth century. The majority of households in this neighborhood are couples with children, so clearing out a house often requires the use of a large twenty-yard dumpster.

East Earl PA 17159

Any project in East Earl should take note of safety guidelines surrounding dumpster usage. It may seem like an easy solution to throw all waste on a construction site into the dumpster, but certain materials cannot be disposed of together, so it is always a good idea to follow the instructions given to you by your dumpster rental service.

Ephrata PA 17522

The most populous borough in Lancaster County, Ephrata was named by its German founders for the Biblical town of Ephrath. With its booming population, dumpster usage is often centered around construction sites and home developments, so the larger roll-off dumpsters are frequently used throughout the city.

Lancaster PA 17603

The symbol of Lancaster City is the red Lancaster rose, which adorns countless monuments and cultural attractions in Lancashire, the borough’s British namesake. No matter what the material, it is imperative not to the top of a dumpster with loose objects lest they fly off in transit and create a safety hazard.

Leola PA 17540

Leola, part of the Leacock-Leola-Bareville borough, is home to significant Amish and Mennonite communities as well as Americans living more modern lives. The Amish do not use dumpster trucks or any other modern technology, but in the surrounding metropolitan areas dumpsters are popularly used to dispose of yard waste, construction debris or moving a business from one place to another.