Dumpster Rental Dearborn MI
Having trouble finding the right kind of dumpster rental in the Dearborn area? Synergy Environmental provides dumpster units up for rent, for all your disposal needs. We have roll-off dumpsters (construction dumpsters) used for commercial and residential construction projects. We also have front loading containers (commercial dumpster rentals) for small businesses, resturants, schools, apartment buildings and office spaces. Synergy Evironmental provides the most reliable and affordable dumpster rental services in all of Michigan. If you're interested in renting a dumpster in the southeast Michigan area call Synergy Environmental at (866) 872-7450.
2 Yard 3'D X 6'W X 3'H 4 Yard 4'D X 6'W X 4'H 6 Yard 5'D X 6'W X 6'H 8 Yard 6'D X 6'W X 6'6'H
Our Service Area
Synergy can provide a variety of roll-off sizes for any location in need of container service for large waste volumes. Roll-off container service is designed for large waste streams that are difficult to compact. Applications include construction and demolition projects.
Front Loading Containers
Our front loading containers are designed for all types of waste streams from commercial, industrial and institutional customers. This waste receptacle is found behind and services most commercial businesses in a cost effective manner.
|New Michigan Media Pushes Foreward|
Michigan is home to a variety of ethnic media outlets: the Jewish News, the Latino Press, the Michigan Chronicle among them. Dr. Hayg Oshagan, a professor at Wayne State University, looked at the outlets and had a vision: What would happen if they were brought together? So, in 2005, he met with editors from the News, Press and Chronicle -- and the Korean Weekly and the Arab American News. These five papers have a combined circulation of more than 130,000, and a readership reach above 400,000. And while circulation declines have bedeviled the mainstream newspaper world -- a 30 percent drop nationally between 1990 and 2010 -- some of the these properties (Arab American News, Latino Press) are showing surprising resilience in their subscriber ranks. Together, they are now New Michigan Media.
Oshagan's goal was to make issues and concerns of ethnic and minority communities more visible to the surrounding community -- to make minority communities more visible to one another and to promote their contributions to the region. “Minority interests have been largely ignored by mainstream media,” said Oshagan. "The collaboration aims to change the existing narrative by bringing to light issues as a group -- and making people see the economic, social, moral argument of immigration to this nation and region.”