In most cases, you can add appliances or commercial appliances to a trash bin. Some landfills have restrictions on the dumping of appliances. It's more difficult to throw away appliances such as air conditioning units and refrigerators, as they require freon. Appliances such as microwaves, blenders, coffee makers and toasters are suitable for disposing of garbage containers.
Rules and regulations change depending on the appliance you must dispose of, such as refrigerators and washing machines. It's almost always safe to throw smaller appliances into a rented dumpster. Certain items, such as upholstered furniture, appliances, electronics, and mattresses, are allowed inside a trash bin in some areas. Since waste regulations can vary from state to state, and even city to city, this isn't the case everywhere.
Usually, any non-hazardous material can be placed in a garbage bin. Most household waste, bulky furniture, construction debris, garden waste, and appliances are perfectly acceptable. Below is a list of the most universally accepted materials, with a few exceptions. Adhesives, such as glue or epoxy, should be disposed of with regular household waste or recycled instead of in a roll-up container.
Loose adhesives can damage the container. They can also cause waste to stick to each other or stick to the walls of the container, making it difficult to remove. Depending on the regulations in your area, throwing appliances and electronics in a garbage bin may result in a disposal fee per item. Certain appliances and electronics can often be thrown in a landfill, but it's not always best to call ahead before throwing these items in the trash.
Appliances such as microwaves, stoves, and dishwashers are generally acceptable, but refrigerators cannot normally be thrown away.