Hazardous waste cannot be placed in the garbage container. This includes televisions, monitors, refrigerators, paints, solvents, liquids, or any type of asbestos. Renting a rolling trash can is great if you have a TV to throw away as part of cleaning your house. However, there may be restrictions due to local regulations.
However, if you have one or two televisions or other personal electronic devices, most cities allow them in a landfill. There are some areas where local regulations strictly prohibit any electronic waste from being placed in a garbage container. In most service areas, you can throw individual household electronics in a garbage bin. However, if you're cleaning an office or have to dispose of a large amount of electronic devices, you'll probably have to recycle them as electronic waste.
Common household items, such as clothing, various personal items, and household items, can be thrown into a garbage bin. If you're renting a dumpster due to a remodel, you can place most of the debris in it, including wood, drywall, floors, siding, and cabinets. If you're cleaning your house and you find an old mobile phone or tablet, throw it in your rental rolling container. The first simple way to determine if an item can go to a rolling container is to check if there are warning labels on it.
Whether you're remodeling a bit or moving and getting rid of unwanted items, a roll-up container can help you dispose of most of your waste easily and efficiently.