Steel Commercial Garbage Dumpsters

Smart Dumpster Solutions for Businesses

Dumpsters are an important part of most business operations. These containers provide efficient ways of collecting, storing, and disposing of all types of waste generated in industrial and commercial practices. However, the type of dumpster chosen will play a large part in the longevity of the waste receptacle. Dumpsters are made with a variety of materials, including plastic, aluminum, fiberglass, wood, composite materials, concrete and steel.

Steel Commercial Garbage Dumpsters
Steel Commercial Garbage Dumpsters for sale

Why Steel Dumpsters are the Best Choice Commercial Use

The word ‘steel’ itself typically makes one think of strength. One great example is the popular superhero, Superman, who was said to have been ‘made of steel’.  Steel is an iron metal that has been alloyed with less than 2% carbon. There are many other components that may be added to create numerous grades of steel with various properties, including chromium, manganese, and nickel.

What is the Difference Between Steel and Metal?

Metal is a term used to describe any type of conductive and solid materials that are able to be hammered or pressed permanently out of shape without destruction. The bottom line is that steel is all metal, but not all metal is steel.

What are Commercial Dumpsters Used for?

  • Bulk Waste Disposal: Items that are too large for regular track pickup, including appliances, equipment, furniture, etc.
  • Construction and Demolition Projects: Debris from construction projects, such as concrete, drywall, metal, wood, etc.
  • Hazardous Materials: Medical facilities and manufacturers for healthcare industries require special containers and removal for medical waste, hazardous materials and industrial chemicals. Steel commercial dumpsters are designed to meet the strict regulations required for safe handling and disposal.
  • Industrial Waste: Manufacturing by-products, packaging, scrap materials, and other types of waste from manufacturers are easily disposed with large, heavy-duty steel dumpsters.
  • Organic Waste: Waste from grocery stores, restaurants, landscapers, and other relevant businesses require reliable waste containers. This may include food scraps, expired foods, biodegradable materials, yard trimmings, etc.
  • Recycling: These commercial dumpsters make it possible for businesses to separate materials for recycling, such as cardboard, glass, metal, paper, and plastic.
Steel Commercial Garbage Dumpsters

The Benefits of Using Steel Commercial Dumpsters

Most businesses have a goal to run their company with the best possible equipment and materials available in order to get the best return on their investment. Owners and managers quickly realize that buying equipment and materials that have a short shelf life and cause workers to have to spend more time to get their job done efficiently. Eventually deficient waste and recycling containers will take their toll on budgets. Dumpsters for waste and recycling are no exception.

Buying a dumpster rather than renting a dumpster will also make a positive impact on commercial budgets over time. Buying commercial dumpsters are smart investments because these waste and recycling containers offer a long list of advantages.

Below are just some of the ways these commercial dumpsters give back:

  • Customization: These dumpsters are created specifically for each company based on their own specific needs and requirements. This will help to save space and to create more effective operating, loading, and transporting practices. Logos, colors, and other features may also be added for company branding and to create a more professional appearance.
  • Durable: As noted above, steel containers are the toughest type of waste and recycling containers available. Regardless of mishandling, severe weather conditions, etc., these receptacles will far outlast dumpsters made of inferior materials. Needless to say, more resilience will result in a less frequent need for replacement.
  • Easy to Maintain: Unlike plastic, aluminum and other dainty materials, steel dumpsters are much easier to keep clean with simple washings. Touch up painting on occasions will help to prevent rust and keep dumpsters looking their best at all times.
  • Pest Resistant: Some of the most common complaints from businesses about their dumpsters are wildlife and insects breaking in or chewing through waste containers. Steel containers cannot be destroyed and lock lids will prevent these intruders from entering from above.
  • Recyclable: Every good thing will eventually come to an end. Although these commercial dumpsters are top quality and long lasting, when these containers have finally had enough, they may be recycled.
  • Resalable: When a business is ready to sell, or no longer has a need for their steel dumpster, there are plenty of other businesses who are interested in buying a used steel dumpster that is still in good condition. Therefore, the initial investment can be recouped.

Request a Quote from Some of the Best Steel Dumpster Manufacturers in the USA

Southeastern Steel Manufacturing Co. | SSMC in North Carolina offers steel commercial dumpsters for sale for businesses located in the mid to eastern regions of the United States. Our team has more than 20 years of welding experience and strives to always produce waste containers made of the highest quality and standards. We also understand that time is of the essence and maintain some of the industry’s short lead times.

We make buying a dumpster easy and offer both front end loaders and rear load dumpsters for sale.  Steel roll off containers are also available. Call us today at 833-872-7762 or simply request a quote online. A representative is always available to answer any questions or concerns you may have.

Below are the regions we currently serve:

  • Alabama
  • Arkansas
  • Connecticut
  • Delaware
  • Florida
  • Georgia
  • Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Iowa
  • Kentucky
  • Louisiana
  • Maine
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts
  • Michigan
  • Minnesota
  • Mississippi
  • Missouri
  • New Hampshire
  • New Jersey
  • New York
  • North Carolina