Our Community Goals
5280 believes in good corporate citizenship. But that’s not enough. Because of what we do, we see ourselves as agents for change for the better in our hometown. We live here, we’re from here, we raise families here. 5280 works hard every year with the goal of finding opportunities to make things better than they are today. Here are a few ways we make things happen.
Create programs that generate cash donations and show support for those in need and those on the front lines helping those in need.
Create an opportunity for our non-profit recycling and reuse partners to drive revenue through their networks to support recycling and reuse.
Create an opportunity for families, groups, and individuals to use our services, at below market rates, to invest their time productively – in home improvement projects, recycling projects or clean-up activities in their neighborhoods that might otherwise not have a chance to get done.
Our Community Partners
Recycle Colorado is an organization with the goal of making Colorado a national leader in waste reduction, recovery, and diversion. They work on projects relating to infrastructure and end markets for material recovery, reuse and manufacturing. Recycle Colorado works with local and state policy that supports keeping valuable material resources out of landfills.
Gone for Good is a full-service, eco-friendly company offering junk and furniture removal inDenver. 5280 has partnered with Gone for Good to provide a "House Clean out" package. The package includes a 30-yard dumpster and a 16-ft box truck to recycle items and keep them out of the landfill, plus labor to move items out of the house -- all in one day. Speed up your house-clean out project and feel better that 50% or more of your items will be going to a second home.
Extreme Community Makeover coordinates volunteer teams to partner with underserved people to improve their own homes and neighborhoods. 5280 Waste Solutions provides discounted dumpsters for these community clean-up projects around Denver. These projects build safer environments; cultivate community among residents, neighborhoods, and networks of local resource providers; and connect residents to a permanent path towards healthy, hopeful, and stable lives.
When you implement a recycling program for your Denver home or business, it’s essential to turn to a recycling company that can offer consultation services. At 5280 Waste Solutions, we keep our expertise in recycling techniques through our partnership with CDRA. The Construction & Demolition Recycling Association promotes and defends the environmentally sound recycling of the more than 583 million tons of recoverable construction and demolition (C&D) materials that are generated in the United States annually.
What Terms and Conditions am I Responsible For?
Review our Terms and Conditions page.Terms and Conditions
How Fast Can I Get Delivery?
Same day if you order early enough or next day based on normal order volume.
What Can’t I Put in My 5280 Roll-Off Dumpster?
By law, 5280 Waste Solutions cannot accept any toxic/hazardous waste. Here is a list of prohibited items and where you might find them on your property.
Items from the garden:
- Auto body filler
- Batteries (automobile and motorcycle)
- Brake fluid
- Car cleaners, waxes, and chrome polish
- Carburetor cleaner
- Diesel fuel
- Engine degreaser
- Oil (used or unused)
- Oil filters
- Power steering fluid
- Radiator flushes
- Transmission fluid
Items from the garden:
- Roach and ant killers
- Rodent poison
- Soil fumigants
- Weed killers
Items you might find in your house:
- Abrasive cleaners
- Aerosols and aerosol cans
- Ammonia-based cleaners
- Asbestos roofing tar
- Batteries (non-alkaline)
- Bleach cleaners
- Compact fluorescent lights (CFLs)
- Drain openers/cleaners
- Floor cleaner and wax
- Fluorescent bulbs and tubes
- Fluorescent lamp ballasts
- Furniture polish
- Kerosene and lamp oil
- Mercury switches
- Metal cleaners
- Moth balls
- Nail polish and remover
- Pool chemicals
- Propane/compressed gas cylinders
- Rug and upholstery cleaner
- Rust and spot remover
- Silver cleaners
Pet, hobby, and paint items:
- Caulks, glues, and cement
- Chemistry sets
- Flea collars
- Flea powder, sprays, and shampoo
- Helium tanks
- Lacquer and stain
- Mineral spirits
- Model airplane paint
- Paint (latex and oil-based)
- Paint remover/stripper
- Paint thinners
- Photographic chemicals and solutions
- Propane tanks
- Resins, fiberglass, and epoxy
- Rust proofing products
- Wood preservatives
- Special waste: Ammunition, Appliances (including those containing freon), Asbestos insulation, tile, and linoleum, Computers, Cooking oil/grease, Electronic equipment, Fire extinguishers, Fireworks and flares, Medical waste, Mobile phones and tablets, Needles, syringes, and lancets, Prescription drugs, Radioactive materials, Smoke detectors
- Appliances (including those containing freon)
- Asbestos insulation, tile, and linoleum
- Cooking oil/grease
- Electronic equipment
- Fire extinguishers
- Fireworks and flares
- Medical waste
- Mobile phones and tablets
- Needles, syringes, and lancets
- Prescription drugs
- Radioactive materials
- Smoke detectors
Can I Fill My Container To The Top?
By law, 5280 Waste Solutions is required to tarp each load for transport, so all materials must fit inside your roll-off dumpster. Nothing may overflow the top of the container. All materials that exceed the container top must be removed. We cannot pick up a container that is overfilled.
Where Can Dumpsters Be Placed?
Your roll-off dumpster can be placed in any spot on your property or building site that’s convenient for your purposes and doesn’t pose a safety hazard.
For residential homes, driveways and yards are the most common areas for dumpster placement. For construction sites, any clear spot within property boundaries may work. If you wish to put the dumpster on a city or county street, you’ll most likely have to obtain a permit from the appropriate agencies.
Generally speaking, roll-off dumpsters are best situated on flat and hard surfaces. You should avoid putting a dumpster on sloped grounds, soft grounds, or too close to a neighboring property’s boundary line. You assume the risk for potential damage to whatever surface you ask us to place the container on. Concrete specifically has
potential to be damaged by heavy containers and trucks.
You can do some things to cover or distribute the weight of a container, but ultimately you have to assume the risk for selecting the placement.
Permits are often obtained by the city, depending on where you live. Our customer service representatives will be able to help you find out if you need a permit and where you can get one.
Will a Roll-off Dumpster Damage My Driveway?
The short answer is yes, for sure it can. We place dumpsters in driveways all the time, but our customers take full responsibility for any damage. Most driveways are designed to sustain the weight of a container or a truck, but not all. Plus, conditions change over time and there is no way to know for sure what will happen. If this is something that you are worried about, we recommend obtaining a permit and having the dumpster placed on the street in front of your property instead. If you do decide you want the container in your driveway, we’ll place it carefully.
What Size Roll-off Dumpster Rental Do I Need?
The size of the roll-off dumpster you need depends on the scope of your project and the space you have available for placement of the unit. 5280's sizing guide is a helpful way to determine which size you need.
A very rough guideline for the proper use of our various sizes of roll-off dumpsters is as follows:
- 10-yard: Recently vacated apartments or small houses, small room clean-ups, room remodeling, or individual roof shingle replacement
- 12-yard: Remodeling and cleanup of mid-sized residential properties
- 20-yard: Cleanup and remodeling of larger homes, and cleanup of moderate construction and industrial projects
- 30-yard: Industrial waste collection and multi-property residential projects
- 40-yard: Major commercial construction and demolition cleanups
How Many Days of Dumpster Service Am I allowed?
5280 Waste Solutions offers a variety of service packages ranging from 3 to 10 days, each priced differently. And there will be a charge per day for extra usage. The rates may change with the season or based on the availability of our containers. Be sure to always check our website for the latest offers and specials and call us for a quote.
Is There a Weight Limit For My Container?
Our 10-yard container has a weight limit of 5 tons. The other containers have a 10-ton limit. The physical weight limit of the container is different from the amount of weight included in your rental price, please keep that difference in mind. Additional charges apply for weight that is over the amount included in the price, regardless of the weight limit of the container.
How Do Delivery and Pickup Work?
Call us to schedule the delivery of your dumpster. Our customer service staff can help you decide on the right size dumpster for your project and assist you with determining the best placement for the dumpster on your property or construction site.
After confirmation, deliver your roll-off dumpster to the address you’ve specified.
When you’re finished with your project, call us to arrange for pickup. Make sure the load in the dumpster is level and even with the top of the bin. Verify that our truck has clear and unblocked access to the dumpster with no obstructions or objects in its path.
We'll pick it up and that’s it!
What Are The Common Uses for Dumpster Roll-Offs?
Roll-off dumpster rental is suitable for a great number of large-scale trash and refuse removal situations.
Some of the most common include:
- Junk removal
- Construction and demolition
- Landscaping projects
- Roofing and shingle disposal
- Concrete and asphalt removal
- Yard waste removal
If you don’t see your exact need listed above, consultants at 5280 will be happy to talk with you to determine whether your project is appropriate for a dumpster rental.
Does Dumpster Rental Require a Permit?
If you want to place a roll-off dumpster on a public street or road, you’ll most likely need to have us get a permit for you beforehand, depending on the city and county regulations
where you will be using the container. Placement on publicly owned property must be in full compliance with local regulations. No permit is required if you plan to use a roll-off dumpster entirely on your property or within the bounds of your construction site. If we get a permit for you, an additional charge will occur on your invoice to cover that cost.
Can I Move the Container Once It Has Been Placed?
No. Roll-off dumpsters can only be moved by specially designed vehicles and equipment. Attempting to move a dumpster to another spot could result in damage to the dumpster and may cause severe physical injury to persons who try to move it without the right equipment. If you need to move the dumpster after it’s been delivered, call 5280 for assistance.
Do I Need To Be Home For Dumpster Delivery or Pickup?
You do not. However, for dumpster delivery, make sure our consultants are fully aware of where you want the dumpster to be placed. 5280 consultants will always ask you where you want the dumpster to be placed on your driveway or property when you place your order, so as long as placement instructions are clearly communicated, there’s no need for you to be on the premises when the roll-off dumpster company delivers your rental.
Likewise, you don’t need to be around when we come by to retrieve the dumpster after you’re through with it. Just make sure our truck will have clear, unimpeded access so we can easily replace the dumpster on the truck bed while you’re away.