Most non-hazardous waste, garbage and debris are allowed in garbage bins. Household garbage and debris from construction or home improvement projects are usually allowed in a dumpster. This includes remodeling debris such as drywall, wood, flooring, cabinets and siding, as well as general household items from cleaning projects. Learn more about items that can go in a dumpster in most areas.
Usually, any non-hazardous material can be put in a garbage container. Most household waste, bulky furniture, construction debris, garden waste and household appliances are perfectly acceptable. Below is a list of the most universally accepted materials along with some exceptions. If you jump a fence, walk through a gate, or somehow walk onto private property to dive into the dump, you may be entering without authorization.
Many stores have back areas that are still considered private property. The exception would be any store that has its garbage on a public street in the city.