Commercial Services are designed for Small and Medium sized businesses that need regular refuse collection. Larger commercial businesses, and industrial buildings may need a larger disposal solution, such as a trash or recycling compactor. Information for compactors can be found on our website.
We provide service Monday through Saturday with flexible schedules including Daily, Weekly, Bi-Weekly, Monthly for both trash and recycling.
Commercial Service is recommended for
- Small Businesses
- Medium Businesses
- Home Shops
- Strip Malls
- Apartment Complexes
- Gas Stations
- Auto Shops
- and more
Not sure which service is right for you? We can help!
Commercial Container Information
Health, Safety, and Upkeep
We recommend the following things to prevent health and safety issues and for general upkeep.
- Choose the dumpster for your needs. If you frequently have extra refuse above the normal capacity of your dumpster, it may be time to upgrade size or frequency. A dumpster that is overflowing with refuse, preventing your lid from closing, or causing refuse to fall on the ground, will encourage illegal dumping, rodents, insects, code enforcement visits, and health inspections.
- Keep your dumpster on solid surfaces when possible. This prevents weeds from growing under and around the container, and helps to discourage rodents or other small creatures from living inside or under your dumpster.
- Avoid throwing liquid waste into your dumpster. Our dumpsters are not meant for liquids and will leak any liquid thrown away. The landfill prohibits liquids from being disposed of.
- Restaurants, Auto Shops, and other places of business with liquids to dispose of should contact the proper companies for their liquid. You can search for proper disposal locations for hazardous refuse at Earth911.com.
A list of unaccepted items.
Our commercial dumpsters come in various sizes.
1 1/2yd, 2yd, 3yd, 4yd, 6yd, and 8yds are available in both Front and Rear load styles.
City in Texas
Allen is a city in Collin County in the U.S. state of Texas, and a northern suburb of Dallas. According to the 2020 U.S. census its population was 104,627, up from 84,246 in 2010. Allen is located approximately twenty miles north of downtown Dallas and is a part of the Dallas–Fort Worth metropolitan area.