What we do
Residential Curbside Pickup
Need to get rid of household waste?
Call us for weekly pickup service that’s simple, cost effective and convenient.
We take extra items, such as; carpeting, furniture, appliances, construction debris, and anything that is not normally put out weekly, for an additional charge.
(sorry we cannot list all items considered “extra or bulk” – call our office to arrange and our customer service representatives will be happy to answer any questions).
Curbside Recycle Pickup
We offer commingled curbside recycling. Toss all recyclables items into one container to make it more convenient. Choose between a variety of container sizes.
Yard Waste Pickup
Call our office to see if we do yard waste and leaf pickup in your area! Major Waste also offers separate containers for yard waste debris, such as; grass clippings, leaves, and tree limbs.
Residential Yard Waste Collection starts May 1 and ends November 30
Note: yard waste can not be disposed of or set out with your regular household trash – containers for these items are separate – container rental sizes vary depending on location.
Bulk Item Removal
Call or email our office ahead of your regular scheduled pick up to schedule removal of larger items – furniture, carpeting, appliances, mattresses, etc.
waste removal and recycling services for your business
Regularly scheduled service for large and small businesses, along with multi-family locations. We offer both Rear and Front load containers for distinct sized spaces. 1-8 yard containers available.
Lake County , Geauga County, Cuyahoga County, Ashtabula County.
We provide custom recycling programs that are suitable for your business.
Roll-off Containers Available
Offering 10 - 40 yard Containers
10 yard – 8.5 X 12.5 ft long, 4 ft tall
approximately 4 pickup truck loads
15 yard – 8.5 X 15 ft long, 4 ft tall
approximately 6 pickup truck loads
20 yard – 8.5 X 22 ft long, 4 ft tall
approximately 8 pickup truck loads
30 yard – 8.5 X 22 ft long, 6 ft tall
approximately 12 pickup truck loads
40 yard – 8.5 X 22 ft long, 7 ft tall
approximately 16 pickup truck loads
servicing within a 50 mile radius of our office
- Construction Sites
- Garage Clean Out
- House Cleanup
- House Tear Down
- Yard Waste
- Home Remodeling
All of our roll-offs have rear entry doors with a floor height of 10″ and dimensions are measured from the inside unless otherwise mentioned.
We serve Lake, Geauga, Cuyahoga and Ashtabula counties for roll-off containers.
We haul yard waste in 10, 15, 20, 30 or 40 yard roll-off containers only. It must be clean yard waste for recycling purposes and cannot be mingled with other trash:
- No dirt
- No rocks
- No treated wood
- No brick or concrete
- No trash
When roofing, keep in mind . . .
- 3 bundles equals 1 square.
- 1 square covers a 10’ by 10’ area.
Do you have 2—or maybe even 3—layers of shingles? Then you must double or triple your estimate. Instead of 20 squares, for instance, you could have 40 or 60 squares.
- A 10-yard container will fit up to 20 squares of shingles.
- A 15-yard container will fit up to 30 squares of shingles.
- A 20-yard container will fit up to 40-48 squares of shingles.
* This is if the container is loaded evenly with shingles only
Frequently Asked Questions
What should I consider in protecting our driveway?
Be aware of weight on your driveways – particularly cement driveways—to avoid cracking. Sorry, we are not responsible for damage to your driveway. But don’t get discouraged, there is usually a way to resolve this problem.
How can I put roll-off containers on asphalt?
When placing roll-off containers on asphalt, 2” by 6” pieces of wood at least 4’ long should be placed under the wheels of the roll-off, so as not to sink into the asphalt.
What about concrete?
When placing on concrete, wood is not always necessary, but it could help avoid slight scratching. If any scratching occurs at all, it usually wears off.
Any other concerns? These are pretty heavy trucks.
Be aware of septic tanks and underground piping that could get damaged if the truck needs to drive through your yard.
How should the load be prepared?
When loading the container, the load must be level with the top of the container. Nothing can stick out of the side of the container. We must tarp the load (it’s the law!). We need to be safe.
Can you handle construction waste?
We have 20-, 30- and 40-yard containers available for demolition and larger construction jobs. For new home construction or remodeling, 10- and 15-yard containers are commonly used.
All containers should be paid for at the time of drop-off using cash or check or at the time of order with a credit card