Bulk Waste Pickup
Here at SNH Disposal we offer a number of services that can be beneficial to our clients. We aim to take care of every need our clients may have and even the unforeseen problems that may arise. One of the services that we provide is the collection of your bulky items.
Bulky items are things like appliances, furniture and other objects within the home including tubs, toilets, and other belongings that will not fit inside of your typical trash can. These larger items are placed on the curb with the regular trash can; the only difference between the two aside from size is the number of days that it is picked up.
When placing your bulky items curbside, you should put a space approximately five feet between your regular trash can and the bulky item. SNH Disposal picks up the bulky waste twice a week.
If you need to toss a bulky item, like a dresser, refrigerator, freezer, washer or pretty much anything with a door that will not remain shut if it is closed; we ask that you either take off or seal the doors of your item shut so that no one is in danger.
SNH Disposal also collects your glass items as well. We collect your tabletops, mirrors, glass doors, and many more things, but all we ask is that you break the items down and place them inside of solid containers. There should be absolutely no trash bags.
Here Are a Few Rules When It Comes to Bulky Items:
Your bulky items must be bundled up, boxed or bagged. If you are going to use boxes to store your bulky items they cannot exceed 30 gallons. In the rain, we ask that you do not put your boxed bulky items out because the water will ruin the boxes. If you have all three, bundles, boxes and bags it cannot be more than 75 pounds. Should the bulky items not be put into their proper places of storage then they will be left curbside. Should you need to dispose of carpets or furniture then they can be put into the bulky collection as well.
Do you have an appliance that needs to be disposed of that has Freon in it?
If the answer to that is yes, then you can dispose of the appliance but you have to take it to a private company that removes the Freon and they will tag the item letting us know the Freon was removed. If the appliance does not have the tag then we will not be able to remove your bulky item. There are a number of places that can come and pick up your item or you can drop your item off at a place that accepts appliances with the Freon.
Are you interested in having your bulky items disposed of? Allow SNH Disposal to be the provider for disposing of your bulky goods. Give us a call and set up your first pick up date and the subsequent dates after. Fill out the free quote form at the bottom of this page and our representatives will call you to set up an appointment.
Solid Waste Pickup
SNH Disposal is here to try and decrease the amount of solid waste that is plaguing our environment. Solid wastes are a huge problem because when it is not disposed of in the proper manner the waste becomes a threat to the animals and the environment.
Solid waste is a very problematic issue because there is so much of it including municipal waste, household waste, e-waste, and hazardous waste to name a few. Another huge problem for the environment is non-degradable plastics because of their persistence and longevity in the environment. Disposable plastics are placed in landfills which takes up tons of space on our precious land.
There is about 230 million tons of solid waste every year in the United States; that is equal to about 4.6 pounds a day per person. Just try to imagine what that resembles and then you can see what that means for the environment and about ¼ of that is recycled which leaves the rest buried, littering the streets.
Many people wonder if you can bury solid waste and the U.S EPA has an answer for that. Most of the landfills that exists are no longer open for these two reasons:
1. They are all too full
2. The water in the ground was being contaminated by this type of waste and the water beneath was used for drinking water until this problem was discovered. Once drinking water is contaminated, it’s very costly to clean up and oftentimes nearly impossible.
Could The Solid Waste Be Burned?
You can’t really answer that with a yes or no. Burning can be done which will make energy, but it releases toxins into the atmosphere and makes ash that has to be discarded as a hazardous waste, which has to be placed in landfills which take us back to contamination of our drinking water. Many of our metropolitan cities don’t have enough space for their trash and this is becoming a huge problem.
Can Someone Be Paid To Take It Someplace Else?
No, we can’t have someone take the trash to another place. The population is continuously increasing which leaves no room for burying the waste in another place because we need places to live and the natural environment is shrinking due to population growth.
SNH Disposal has scheduled pickup times and locations, but you can also contact us as needed and our sanitation technicians will confiscate your solid waste and get rid of them properly. This helps to ensure the environment is not in danger and preserves our priceless water supply. We can be trusted to provide quality top notch service and our clients can sit back and relaxed knowing their waste is in good hands.
Give SNH Disposal a call at (603) 821-0146 so one of our technicians can dispose of your solid waste properly. For your convenience we have a contact form on this page which you can fill out and one of our customer service representatives will get right back to you either by phone or email.
Hazardous Waste Pickup
SNH Disposal’s job is to protect our environment along with the groundwater since this is a valuable and essential water resource. We offer an alternative to disposing of your hazardous waste recklessly and we offer proper and safe disposal of hazardous waste.
Our sanitation technicians will come to your home, pick up your hazardous waste and dispose of it safely and properly. Our team is here to offer our clients a safe and reasonably priced way to get rid of their hazardous waste without having to worry about improper disposal of the waste and dispel your fears of being in non-compliance.
There are a number of hazardous waste products and materials which include pesticides, chemicals from labs, toxic materials, flammable items, medical waste from clinics, soil that is contaminated, lead, and mercury. We are able to safely dispose of all these hazardous materials.
Hazardous wastes are a danger now and in the future. They are not only a danger to the environment but to humans and animals as well. There are special and specific ways that you must deal with hazardous waste and we are above the competition when it comes to the disposal of these materials.
If you have liquid or solid waste that has over 39 mutagenic, carcinogenic or teratogenic compounds which are above the required set limits, then you have hazardous waste. If your solid or liquid materials can catch fire, such as gas, solvents and paints, then this is hazardous waste. Does your liquid have a potential to release fumes that are toxic or may be an explosive risk like ammonia, bleach (yes, your laundry bleach) then all of these items are hazardous as well and should be discarded by a professional that can guarantee that the laws that are set for their disposal are followed.
Most people aren’t aware that their cleaning supply which includes the drain cleaners that we use to unclog our sinks and the oven cleaners that we spray on our appliances are all hazardous waste products and should be treated as such. Each and every time we fail to discard of these items properly we are damaging our environment and all of its inhabitants. There are more than five hundred named hazardous materials which you should be aware.
There is not just one person or company that has the responsibility of making sure hazardous waste are discarded properly; everyone has that responsibility. Those people that own gas stations, auto shops, and a bunch of other places have an obligation to the law that they must follow to ensure their hazardous waste is properly disposed of.
Allow SNH Disposal to be the company that discards your hazardous waste for you. We follow all state and federal guidelines for disposing the waste. We can be reached at (603) 821-0146, or you can fill out the contact form on this or any page and a customer service representative will be in contact shortly to schedule your hazardous waste pick up.