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We Take Responsible Waste and Recycling Service Seriously

We take our commitment to providing responsible waste and recycling service extremely seriously. Whether we’re talking about curbside pickup or dumpster rentals, we’ll work with you to find the right solution for your waste management needs. As a leading waste disposal company in Chicago and the suburbs, your trash is our treasure. When it comes to garbage, size matters. Thankfully, SBC has many different sizes of dumpsters and containers available to accommodate all of your waste collection and recycling needs. We make waste management convenient so you can focus on running your business.

DUMPSTER RENTALS

We offer dumpster rentals to residents and businesses in the communities we service. We rent out front-load, rear-load, and roll-off dumpsters. With a range of sizes, we can accommodate everything from spring cleaning to construction projects.

COMMERICAL

SBC Waste Solutions works with businesses of all sizes, including retail stores, restaurants, apartment buildings, offices, and more. We will work with you to find the perfect waste management solution for your business. 

RESIDENTIAL

At SBC, we work hard to provide the residential areas we serve waste removal that is responsible and sustainable. We care about the communities of Chicago and make it a point to give back and to provide great customer service.

RECYCLING

We are committed to taking care of the environment. Recycling helps keep the neighborhoods of Chicagoland cleaner while helping to deter pollution. We offer weekly recycling pickup to businesses and residents in the townships we service.

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Woman-Owned Waste Disposal Company in Chicago

As a woman-owned business thriving in a traditionally male-dominated industry, we take pride in our unique position and embrace the challenge. Certified by the prestigious Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), we are committed to empowering fellow women entrepreneurs and supporting family-owned businesses throughout Chicago.

Our core values of unity and humility guide us in fostering a collaborative community, as demonstrated by naming our first two trucks after these principles. We believe in continuous improvement and acknowledge that there is always room for growth.

We are honored to serve as a family-owned waste disposal company in Chicago, dedicated to uplifting other female-led businesses and contributing positively to our local community.

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With over 100 years of combined experience, we have the expertise to get the job done and the passion to do it right. We offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee because our customers are our top priority.  We offer many services as a Waste Disposal Company In Chicago and Suburbs, get your quote today. 

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SBC recently celebrated its third anniversary as a company. As one of the newer waste disposal companies in the Midwest, we have a lot to prove. We love working in this industry, and we want to use our passion to connect with the people of Chicago and provide services that make the communities we serve safer and healthier.

Your Waste Is Our Business

SBC Waste Solutions is a family and woman-owned waste disposal company based in the Chicago area. Our 100 years of combined industry experience helped us to build a waste company that puts people first. The initials of SBC stand for Sustainable (S), Beneficial (B), and Capable (C). These values drive everything we do. We genuinely care about the environment and about our clients, so we work hard to keep Chicagoland clean for future generations.

Why Choose SBC Waste Solutions?

Residential & Commercial Waste Services, Done Right At An Affordable Rate.

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FAQ

Getting a quote from us is super easy. Just give us a ring at 312-522-1115 or drop a message through our “Contact Us” page. Don’t forget to tell us your address, phone number, and the kind of service you’re eyeing – waste collection, recycling, or maybe yard waste/organics collection. Once we have your info, one of our friendly SBC team members will get back to you to chat more about it.

Getting a quote for your business services is as simple as giving us a call at 312-522-1115 or connecting with us through our “Contact Us” page. Just let us know your business address, contact number, and the specific services you’re looking at – whether it’s waste collection, recycling, or yard waste/organics collection. Following your request, one of our team members from SBC will be in touch to go over the details.

If you have a question or need to tweak something in your account, we’re here to help. Simply give us a call at 312-522-1115 or use the “Contact Us” form on our website. One of our friendly SBC team members will be in touch to assist you with your request.

Besides the usual curbside pickup service, SBC also offers a backdoor collection service. This service involves waste pick-up from the back or rear door of a single-family home. However, it’s available only if the local municipal contract permits, and there might be an extra charge associated with it.

If for some reason your waste hasn’t been collected by 6:00PM on the service day, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Just give us a call at 312-522-1115 to report the missed pickup.

We understand that some items are just too big for your regular carts or containers – think mattresses or sofas. That’s our bulk item service steps in. Depending on the terms of the municipal contract, these bulky items may require stickers, or pre-payment, or can be picked up for free. If you have more questions or need further clarity on bulk item pickups, feel free to give us a call at 312-522-1115 or reach out via our “Contact Us” page

Our e-waste collection services vary depending on the municipality’s contract. We offer a special collection for electronics, as they need a different approach compared to regular trash or curbside recyclables. Some e-waste collections might need you to put in requests during certain collection months. To know about your municipality’s electronics collection schedule and related deadlines, take a look at their guidelines. If you have any more questions about our e-waste services, feel free to reach us at 312-522-1115 or via our “Contact Us”

We observe six holidays, which are all listed on our holiday page. If you need to know which days our services might be affected due to these holidays, just check out that page for all the information.

No worries if you missed your weekly pick-up. We can arrange for a special pick-up service for you. This would incur a $35 charge to your account. You can schedule this by giving us a call or by contacting us through our website.

If you need to cancel or make changes to your service order before the contract ends, please note that early termination charges may apply and they can vary based on location and service. To proceed with canceling or tweaking your trash or recycling service, just give us a call at 312-522-1115, and we’ll guide you

Dumpster rental should generally be considered when you’re planning any large-scale project. By having a dumpster onsite, you’ll have an easy way to dispose of all the waste that your project generates. For instance, if you are planning an epoxy floor installation, then renting a dumpster is essential for getting rid of any debris created by demolishing and removing existing floors. You’d also want one to store all the hazardous materials like paint or adhesives that may occur during the installation process.

A roll-off dumpster is a large, open-top waste container typically used for commercial and industrial rubbish disposal. These containers are delivered to a specified location by truck – usually at the request of the customer – and then rolled off using an onboard hydraulic lift system. The sides of the dumpsters are generally equipped with doors or locks that allow customers to conveniently load their waste into them.

These types of receptacles can handle large amounts of debris, ranging from household items like furniture, appliances, demolition debris, yard waste, and more. They also come in different sizes depending on your particular needs; most often they range between 10-40 yards in capacity and are designed to safely transport even heavy amounts of material without compromising safety or convenience. Depending on your local regulations it may be possible to rent these dumpsters for as little as one day up to a few weeks or longer depending on your project’s requirements.

Roll-off dumpsters offer numerous advantages over other forms of trash removal such as skip bins or bulk pick-up services; they are easier and safer than manually loading heavy loads onto trucks while providing more cost-effective solutions since there is no need for multiple trips thus eliminating additional fuel costs associated with collection services. Furthermore having these containers readily available helps reduce transportation time allowing you complete control over when you want your waste collected rather than waiting until designated collection times arrive like with curbside garbage pick-ups scheduled days before holiday weekends etc.…  With this type of solution, businesses can count on consistently reliable service whenever needed!

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Finding a dumpster near me can be surprisingly tricky! However, with the right resources and knowledge, it is achievable.

One way to search for a nearby dumpster is through online directories or websites dedicated to trash disposal. These sites often provide detailed information about the various services they offer—such as waste containers and junk removal—including their availability in your area by zip code or city name. Additionally, these services may also offer contact information so that you can call them directly with any questions or concerns.

Another option would be to look on local government websites for sanitation companies in your area that deal specifically with trash collection, recycling, and disposal. You can sometimes find in-person locations of these types of companies as well as contact numbers and even email addresses where you can request more information about their services before choosing to work with them.

In addition to these two methods, it’s also useful to enlist the help of family and friends who may have already found success in finding a great dumpster near them! If anyone knows of an especially reliable service provider they’d be willing to recommend then you could save yourself time while still ensuring quality results from your search efforts.

Ultimately, no matter what method you use – whether online directory searches or asking friends – conducting research should be done thoughtfully as some companies may charge exorbitant fees for rental periods longer than one day whereas others will waive certain fees if commitment length is extended beyond seven days upfront. As always make sure all finer details are discussed before signing any contracts!

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Yes, you can recycle electronics and appliances at a recycling center near you. The recycling of electronics and appliances is an important part of helping the environment by reducing waste going into landfills. Not only that, but it also helps to reduce the use of raw materials in manufacturing and extractive processes.

Recycling centers have specific criteria on what kinds of items they will accept for recycling. Most electronic items such as computer components, monitors, printers, tablets, cellular phones, etc., will be accepted by any certified e-waste recycler. Appliances such as refrigerators or ovens may need to be taken to a metal recycler unless it’s an Energy Star appliance in which case programs are available specifically for their proper disposal like “The Green Program”.

It’s always wise to contact your local recycling center before taking anything down for disposal so that you know if the item or appliance is eligible for collection and reuse by them. You can usually find out more information about local options online or by contacting your city/county public works department/public utilities company directly.  Additionally many communities have special “e-cycle days” when they set up additional sites specifically for assisting with e-waste management – these events are typically advertised through mailings to residents and often through local news sources too so keep an eye out!

Overall – don’t donate used electronics unnecessarily; do research on where the best place is to take them; see if someone else might make better use of your unwanted item (any good condition technology might be donated instead); contact manufacturers directly about product take-back programs; consider retailers who offer trade-in programs; look into specialized tech dealers who help get old computers out into second life uses rather than generating environmental damage from disposal measures etc… There are lots of options these days when it comes to properly disposing of our electronic devices!

The frequency of garbage pickup depends entirely on your local regulations and services. Generally, cities offer weekly or bi-weekly pickups. In some instances, such as apartment buildings located in downtown areas with limited space, curbside pickup may occur less frequently than once a week. On the other hand, rural and suburban neighborhoods may have pickup schedules that are more frequent than once a week.

When considering the timing of garbage collection in your area it’s important to consider what kind of waste is being collected – anything from electric appliances to garden clippings can be put out for disposal but their respective pickups will vary significantly which could result in needing to adjust one’s schedule accordingly.

Weekly curbside collections typically last anywhere from an hour to three hours depending on the size of the city Households usually get about 30 minutes to place their materials outside before collection begins and this time decreases as collection goes on; normally ending at 8:00 AM or 9:00 AM (local time). For businesses that do not provide private pick up, recycling and trash day follows similar guidelines although dumpsters are usually kept much longer due to higher volumes produced by commercial properties.

In addition, some municipalities also provide bulk items collections (think furniture items) which run every month or quarter depending on location so it’s always useful double double-check your local service provider just in case!  Finally, if all else fails there are always public transfer sites where people can drop off larger debris like furniture and construction waste for proper disposal which again varies state by state/county by county so please make sure you verify any relevant information prior to taking action!

Waste disposal is a critical part of maintaining a healthy and sustainable environment, and there are several key methods for disposing of it effectively. Common methods include recycling, composting, incineration, landfills, anaerobic digestion, and pyrolysis.

Recycling involves sorting out recyclable materials (glass, plastic, paper) from the rest of the waste and then recovering them with specialized processes such as melting or dissolving so they can be reused in new products. Composting turns organic waste such as food scraps into rich soil through the process of decomposition via microorganisms like bacteria or fungi. Incineration is when solid wastes are burned at high temperatures to convert them into ash or energy which can be used to produce electricity. Landfills store non-recyclable materials that cannot be converted into other usable objects; although these sites have become less common due to environmental concerns about long-term pollution caused by landfill leachate entering nearby habitats like rivers and lakes. Anaerobic digestion breaks down biodegradable material in the absence of oxygen using bacteria to create biogas which can then be used for fuel or fertilizer production while also reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Pyrolysis heats up organic matter in an oxygen-free environment converting it into oil which can later be refined into gasoline among other uses.

Overall no one method offers a perfect solution but different disposal techniques each offer their own set of benefits depending on how they’re applied – using various options allows us access to more diverse sources from waste management while also reducing our reliance on singular practices that may come with drawbacks over time such as landfilling leading to water pollution if not properly managed correctly.

While trash collection services typically pick up a wide range of household waste, there are indeed limitations on what you can put out for pickup. Regular household trash and recyclables are generally accepted. However, certain types of items are often not allowed in regular trash pickup due to environmental regulations and safety concerns.

Hazardous materials, including paints, batteries, motor oil, chemicals, and certain electronics, are usually not accepted in regular trash pickup. These items contain harmful substances that can pollute the environment if not disposed of properly. Similarly, large items such as furniture, appliances, or construction debris may not be eligible for regular trash pickup and may require special bulk waste collection or recycling programs.

It’s also worth noting that organic waste such as yard trimmings or food scraps might need to be separated from regular trash in some areas, particularly where composting programs exist. Always check your local waste management guidelines or contact your local waste management facility to ensure you’re disposing of items correctly. Doing so not only helps keep our communities clean but also contributes to environmental sustainability.

Yes, you can recycle electronics at many recycling centers near you. Many facilities accept e-waste, which includes items like old TVs, printers, computers, phones, monitors, and small appliances. They are equipped to handle these items and dispose of them in a way that is safe for the environment. Some locations even offer services for recycling specific items such as mobile phones and computers.

However, it’s important to note that not all recycling centers accept all types of electronic waste. Some centers may have restrictions on the types of electronics they accept due to certain regulations or their own capabilities. Therefore, it’s always a good idea to check with your local recycling center to find out what types of electronic items they accept before you drop off your items. Additionally, some cities and states have specific programs or locations for electronic waste recycling, so be sure to check with your local government for any such services.

What is a “scavenger service charge?

This is the trash disposal charge for the billing cycle.

What is a Processing Fee?

S.B.C. Waste Solutions Inc. is committed to providing high-quality service. We are constantly working to provide exceptional service at an economical price. The Processing Fee is established at $2.50 per invoice. This cost is to cover administrative process and payment. If you have additional questions, please contact customer service at the telephone number listed on our website.

What is proration?

Because services are pre-paid, if you start service after our billing date, your first invoice will show a pro-ration from the day you started to the date of the next billing date.

What is an “Administration Fee”?

The Administration Fee is established at $5.00 per invoice and is charged only when your balance is past due over 60 days. Customers who pay their bills in a timely fashion will not be charged this fee. If you have additional questions, please contact Customer Care at the telephone number listed on our website.

Why am I getting charged a City Permit Fee?

It is a fee from the City of Chicago that will appear on a bill every 3 months (January, April, July, and October). This fee started in April of 2009.

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What is the “Fuel/Environmental Recovery Fee”?

We work hard to contain costs. However, we are unable to control fuel and environmental expenses. The Fuel Recovery Fee and Environmental Recovery Fee are charges to recover these costs and achieve an acceptable operating margin. The two separate fees appear as a single invoice line item called “Fuel/Environmental Recovery Fee.” The amount of the environmental fee is not represented to be a direct offset of S.B.C. Waste Solutions’ actual environmental costs to service any individual account. Instead, the fee is intended to address S.B.C. Waste Solutions’ overall costs, which may include, but are not limited to, the following:

• Commodity value, processing, handling and related costs
• Engineering
• Permit and license compliance
• Landfilling / Transferring
• Employee training and certification

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• Federal, State, and Local Regulations
• Environmental Insurance and Surety Bonds
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• Battery disposal

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