Front End Loader Trucks
Front End Loaders (FEL) are used to service businesses with disposal needs of can sizes from 2 cubic yards to 10 cubic yards. The service level can be from an every other week service to a daily service.
For the 2, 3, and 4 yard containers there is an option to have wheels on the containers if you find you need to move the can around your property, or if the driver needs to move the can for better access for service.
Recycling is available in FEL containers.
Services for the front load truck:2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 10 cubic yard containers
Trailer cans are custom made for your needs. They are usually used in residential communities, but businesses use them also if they need to move the dumpster around frequently. They are made to hitch them onto the back of a vehicle to move around the community, or as needed.
Trailer cans are available in 3 and 4 cubic yard containers only.
We have locking lids available for those who are having issues with others using their dumpster with out permission. The lock bar goes across the lids then is locked by using using a lock of your choice. We do not need the key or combination. The locking mechanism automatically unlocks when the can is tipped upside down for service. Locking lids will be put on the container per customer request.
Lid savers are used to help keep the lids from falling behind the container, which could be difficult to reach to close the lids on the can. Lid savers also help keep the enclosure from damage. With strong winds, the lids can flap in the wind, banging against the enclosure damaging the wall. With the lid savers, the lids don't come close to damaging the enclosure because they don't hit the enclosure wall. Plus, the lids automatically close when the driver dumps the can.
Rear End Loader Trucks
Rear End Loaders (REL) trucks are used to service accounts that have limited size entry into the container. REL service only includes 2 and 3 cubic yard containers. Due to regulations and limitations of the REL system, hazardous waste, medical waste and heavy materials such as concrete and dirt cannot be serviced.
Rear load trucks are used for allies, bulk pick up, communities with hand throw, and many other services. With REL, the driver has to get out of the truck to hook up the container to the back of the truck to dump. We service many cities with a neighborhood bulk pick up program where all items are placed on the curb of their home and our drivers go along and throw all items in the truck by hand. They are very helpful in alley ways for restaurants and businesses. REL trucks are smaller than FEL trucks so they are easier to get into smaller openings.
Locking lids are available for rear load containers, although our drivers do need to be provided with key copies in order to service.
Lid savers are not used on these containers. These cans are much smaller than front load containers and are shaped differently, so the lid savers would do no good on these containers.
Compactors and Roll Offs
For business remodeling or large quantities of garbage, please visit our construction collection page.
Fuel Surcharge Table
Ace Disposal charges a fuel surcharge based on the average price we pay for diesel. The fuel surcharge is only assessed on the hauling portion of the service. No fuel surcharge is assessed on landfill of disposal costs.
What about Hazardous Materials?
Due to regulations and limitations of the FEL and REL system, hazardous waste, medical waste and heavy materials such as concrete and dirt cannot be serviced (click here to learn how to dispose of hazardous waste).