Common Questions2023-05-16T18:23:59+00:00

Some Commonly Asked Questions

Dumpster Rentals for demolition and solid waste hauling is our specialty!

Need to eliminate clutter or doing some home renovations?

Take a look at our commonly asked questions to learn how to deal with large or tricky items you’re left with after your next project.

If your items aren’t in good condition, the best thing you can do is find a local recycling facility that accepts them or dispose of them responsibly. For non-recyclable debris, renting a dumpster is an efficient, cost-effective bulk trash removal option. Always do your research on recycling and disposal regulations in your area before disposing of any of the above items. Or contact Rovic Transport; we’re always happy to help you.

What is the cost to rent a dumpster?2022-06-11T18:16:50+00:00

Our customers tell us Rovic Transport is very competitive on price. The cost depends on the size of the dumpster and the address it is being delivered in. All of our rates are flat rates and we do have weight limits for each size of a container.

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How much notice is required to schedule a drop-off or pick-up?2022-06-11T19:04:16+00:00

One day notice is all that is required. We can often accommodate same-day service if our schedule allows.

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What items ARE accepted?2022-08-08T18:12:03+00:00

Acceptable materials include: Structural steel, Plasterboard, Pipes, Floor coverings, Structural fabrics, Poly fiberglass-polished glass, Lumber, Insulation material, Floor, wall, and ceiling tiles.

Glass wire (optical cable), 1/8 tire segments, Cardboard and paper, Open paint or mud cans, Logs, Tree stumps (may be extra), Root mats, Topsoil and vegetation, Rock, brush, and limbs, Earthen material.

Please don’t hesitate to ask one of our representatives if you have any questions or concerns about what you’ll be disposing of.

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What items ARE NOT accepted?2022-06-11T18:46:53+00:00

Prohibited items include: Batteries, TV sets, Whole tires, Appliances, Drums (open or closed), Municipal solid waste (MSW), Household garbage, Hazardous waste, Bio-hazardous waste, Bio-medical waste, Infectious waste.

Oil, gasoline and benzene, Highly flammable materials, Paint or other organics, Creosote, Closed containers, Tar sealant material, Radioactive waste, Volatile waste, Liquids, Explosive materials, Toxic materials.

Please don’t hesitate to ask one of our representatives if you have any questions or concerns about what you’ll be disposing of.

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How long is the rental period?2022-06-11T18:14:19+00:00

The rental period is typically 7 days, but we realize each project is unique and may need extra time. Just give us a call and we will accommodate as best as possible.

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What forms of payment are accepted?2022-08-08T18:12:41+00:00

We accept all major credit cards: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover.

How much can I put in my dumpster?2022-08-08T18:13:20+00:00

You can fill the dumpster, as long as it doesn’t go beyond the rim of your container. If you overfill it, you’ll have to remove the excess until it is level with the rim. Save yourself time and money and don’t overfill! If you are afraid there won’t be enough room, consider ordering a larger size to avoid any penalties.

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Will the dumpster damage my pavement?2022-06-13T19:37:29+00:00

Our drivers are professionals and take every measure to avoid the possibility of damaging your pavement. Our trucks lower the dumpster with remarkable control, setting it gently on the ground. Our record of success in preventing damage to your pavement is quite low. If you are concerned, you can increase your pavement protection by placing a sheet of plywood before we lower the dumpster onto your pavement. This small measure will prevent minor surface scratches.

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A good rule of thumb is, if you can throw it out in your trash can you can throw it in the dumpster. Things like old blankets, toys, curtains, rugs and similar non-organic trash can all be put in a dumpster. While you can throw in things like cardboard or old books, we urge you to sort and recycle those materials instead to help out the environment.

Per New Jersey DEP regulations, all hazardous materials are prohibited from going into the dumpster. This includes materials that can be toxic or pose a safety hazard,  including wet paint, asbestos, sealed tanks, or any combustibles.  This not only helps protect our hard working men and women, it helps our environment.

Always remember, when in doubt, give Rovic Transport a call. We are always happy to answer any questions you may have. Don’t risk the chance of getting hit with extra fees or causing harm to others.

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