Priority Waste Asks Residents in the Metro Detroit Area to Keep Dumpster Lids Closed

Priority waste When emptying dumpsters that were rented by private and commercial customers, the weight has increased across the board. Drivers have seen that the weight gain is often due to heavy rainfall or snow building up in the dumpsters. “We would like to warn private customers and dumpster tenants to keep the lids of the dumpsters closed as far as possible to avoid unnecessary accumulations,” said a company spokesman. “It works better for everyone when the devices absorb less stress – which leads to more wear and tear and earlier replacement.”

“Along with rain, ice, and snow accumulating in the open-top dumpsters, animals like stray cats, rodents, raccoons and other animals can easily fall or crawl into dumpsters for shelter in bad weather or to eat . Drivers and others Priority waste The staff do not want these animals to be thrown into their trucks as this is an imminent danger to them and the animals. “

Priority waste is a local and operated full-service waste and recycling service. 10, 20, 30 and 40 cubic meter open containers as well as 42 cubic meter compressor receiving container available. Leasing of equipment, including stationary compressors, self-contained compressors and bailers. Waste disposal for private, commercial and industrial customers. Same day / next day service. Price protection guarantee!

About Priority Waste, LLC

About Priority Waste, LLC
Priority Waste is a Detroit-based provider of solid waste transportation services. The company operates two transfer stations in the Detroit area and has three transportation locations. Priority Waste also offers roadside services to residents of Hamtramck, New Baltimore, Grosse Ile and Utica under long-term municipal contracts. Recent PW acquisitions include certain key assets from Cohen Scrap Metal Inc., Austin Containers and the Wolverine Transfer Station in Hamtramck.

More information is available at: www.prioritywaste.com
42822 Garfield Rd,
Clinton Twp, MI 48038
(586) 228-1200

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