Dumpster Rental Livonia MI
Having trouble finding the right kind of dumpster rental in the Livonia 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.
10 Yard 11'L X 8'W X 4' 20 Yard 22'L X 8'W X 4'H 30 Yard 22'L X 8'W X 6'H 40 Yard 22'L X 8'W X 8'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.
|Green Street Fair Lifts Off|
The recycling bins are out, the trash-to-art projects are under way in Kellogg Park and the booths for vendors selling jewelry, natural soaps, energy-saving windows, rain barrels and wholesome snacks are up. Plymouth's annual Green Street Fair, which debuted in 2008, is back for a fifth year, a sure sign the event is taking root. “I think it's a great fair this year,” said Plymouth City Commissioner Ed Hingelberg as he headed to his Cass Community Social Services' booth, where doormats made of recycled tires are sold. Hingelberg is an administrator at the Detroit-based social services agency. Fridays are normally a little slow for fair attendance, but, “It's picking up now that we're after the school hours,” Hingelberg said. The fair, which runs through 5 p.m. Sunday in Kellogg Park and on adjacent streets, features vendors and businesses that use recycled or organic products, nonprofits that have a nature or environmental focus, and companies that offer products that can save energy, such as new windows or fuel-sipping vehicles. There is also a play area for children in the park with “Flip Your Lid,” a chance for visitors to help create murals out of plastic bottle caps, and “Fort Box,” a tot-sized city made of corrugated cardboard that children can help create and decorate. Sam Blanchard of Plymouth Township planted a turquoise flag on one corner of a box building to mark his time at Fort Box.