Frequently Asked Questions
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Roll-off dumpsters are used for many purposes, including large cleaning projects, large events, and construction projects such as:
- Spring Cleaning
- Cleaning out a House
- Kitchen & Bath Remodels
- Roof Tear-Offs
- Replacing Siding & Windows
- Commercial Construction
The most common dumpster sizes are 10, 20, and 30 cubic yards, but the right dumpster for you will depend on the size and type of project you’re undertaking. Our team can help you estimate the dumpster size that’s right for you – just give us a call!
Where you’re located and how much debris you’re handling can radically affect the price of a dumpster. Different dump sites charge different tonnage rates, but we can help you estimate how much your rental will cost if you give us a call.
Avoid companies who charge additional fees for delivery, landfill costs, fuel charges etc. Look for flat-rate prices based on dumpster size, number of days, and tonnage so that you can properly compare companies.
Renting a dumpster is an easy process with On Call Services & Rentals. Simply find out how much debris you’ll need to remove, give us a call, schedule a delivery date and time, then when you’re done with it just let us know!
If you’ve fallen behind on your septic maintenance, you may begin to notice signs like a strong odor of sewage in the yard, backed-up toilets, clogged drains, or standing water in the yard. If you have a newer septic system, you may have an alarm flashing.
When it comes to human waste being dumped into your yard, you really don’t want to be cheap. Sanitation and hygiene are far too important to put off proper septic pumping. Neglecting your tank till it’s backed up can cause dangerous bacteria, phosphorus, and nitrogen to leach into your groundwater, affecting your garden and family.
Most porta potties are used short term and only need to be emptied when they’re picked up, but for long-term rentals and large events like county fairs, they’ll likely need to be emptied a few times before they’re collected. We recommend having it emptied every 80 to 100 uses, which could be daily for a large event.
Most porta potties are manufactured from polyethylene plastic and aluminum, with steel fasteners and plastic or wooden rails.
Portable restrooms tend to be lightweight, and Oklahoma winds can be quite strong. It’s always a good idea to stake down a porta potty to prevent tipping.
There is no reason why you can’t use a portable restroom in a hot climate. Modern porta potties are designed with airflow in mind.
The average porta potty is four feet by four feet, though ADA-compliant portable toilets are often as large as 40 square feet. Most standard porta potties are between seven and eight feet tall.
Porta potties tend to include an anti-slip floor, a translucent roof, air vents, self-closing doors with locks, “occupied” indicators, seats with lids, and often a non-splash urinal.
We drain the portable restrooms into special trucks that deliver the refuse to a wastewater treatment plant for processing.
Most porta potties simply open into a holding tank and do not flush. There are, however, high-end portable restrooms with fancier features.