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What you can put in a rented dumpster largely depends on the policies of the dumpster rental company and local regulations. Typically, you can dispose of various household and construction debris such as:

1. Household Junk: Furniture, appliances, clothes, toys, etc.
2. Construction Debris: Wood, drywall, flooring, roofing materials, etc.
3. Yard Waste: Branches, grass clippings, leaves, etc.
4. Concrete and Bricks: Usually in designated dumpsters for heavy materials.
5. Metal: Scrap metal, piping, etc.
6. General Waste: Non-hazardous materials from cleanouts or renovations.

However, there are items that are usually not allowed or have additional fees, due to safety or environmental concerns. These might include:

1. Hazardous Materials: Paints, solvents, batteries, chemicals, asbestos, etc.
2. Electronics: TVs, computers, monitors, etc. (Some companies have specific e-waste disposal services.)
3. Tires: Often prohibited due to regulations.
4. Mattresses and Upholstered Furniture: Some companies have restrictions due to recycling challenges.
5. Refrigerators and A/C Units: These might contain refrigerants and need proper disposal.
6. Medical Waste: Need specialized disposal methods.

Always check with the dumpster rental company about their specific guidelines on what you can and cannot put in their dumpsters. Disposing of prohibited items could result in extra charges or refusal to pick up the dumpster. If you have question concerning what is allowed to be put in our dumpsters please give us a call at 417-241-2996.

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