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Roll Off

Barry Bros. provides 10, 15, 20, and 30 cubic yard open top roll-off containers throughout Eastern and Central Massachusetts for non-hazardous clean outs, concrete, construction and demolition debris, yard waste and stumps.

We also provide 10-42 cubic yard permanent compactor units for commercial and industrial rubbish removal as well as cardboard and paper recycling.

Customer duties & liability: Customer agrees to hold harmless and indemnify Contractor against all claims, lawsuits, and any other liability for injury to persons or damage to property arising out of the possession or use of the equipment by the Customer, his agents, officers, clients, or customers.

Charges over 30 days from date of invoice will be charged a FINANCE / LATE CHARGE of 1.5% a month (18% Per Annum). Customers shall be liable for all Contractor’s attorney fees and costs of collection if Customer fails to make any payment or breaches any provision or any of the terms of this contract. There will be a $25.00 fee every time a check is returned.

If initial payment was made by credit card, all additional charges will be directly charged to the credit card when the service is performed. All customers that paid by cash or check agree that any additional charges over 20 days past due will automatically be charged to the credit card that was given for deposit.

All equipment furnished by the Contractor for use by the Customer which the Customer has not purchased, shall remain the property of the Contractor and the Customer shall have no right, title of interest in it unless specified in a separate contract.

Customer shall not load Roll-Off equipment in excess of 24,000 pounds. Customer shall not load equipment to protrude above the height of equipment sides. Any charges or fines that occur will be billed back to the customer.

Contractor must have clear access to appointed equipment to be dumped. Customer is responsible for fees for time lost due to customer error (examples: undeliverable container, over filled containers, blocked container, over weight, or any other reason container is unserviceable, etc.). Minimum charge of $150.00 for Contractor to return.

Customer shall not place any acidic or hazardous waste materials in the equipment. Any items that are deemed hazardous waste or difficult to manage by our dumping facilities will be charged back to the customer at a reasonable rate. The rates change periodically so please call for current rates (examples: appliances, batteries, tires, TV’s, monitors, box springs & mattresses, propane tanks, freon products, etc.). Any questions about these items or any other items please call the office.

Service/Overage Fees: Commencing one week after delivery, a rental fee will be applied on all Roll-Off containers. Overage fees apply to all containers above predetermined weight limits. There is a 60 day limit on all containers.

Driveways and Parking Areas: Customer warrants that any right of way provided by the
Customer, from Customer’s equipment location to the most convenient public way, is sufficient to bear the weight of all the Contractor’s equipment and vehicles reasonably required to perform the service herein contracted. It is the intent of this agreement that the Contractor shall not be responsible for damage to any private pavement or accompanying subsurface of any route reasonably necessary to perform service herein.

If the area surrounding the location of the roll-off equipment causes any of the Contractor’s equipment to have to be removed by towing or any other means, the Customer will be responsible for those costs. In addition, the Customer will be charged $75.00 per hour for the period of time the Contractor has to wait.

If Contractor has to relocate container at any time, there will be a minimum charge of $75.00 for on-site relocation and a minimum of $150.00 for off-site relocation.

“Waste Bans” are restrictions on the disposal and transfer for disposal of certain hazardous and recyclable items at solid waste facilities in Massachusetts. The bans are located in the state’s solid waste facility management regulations, 310 CMR 19.017.

The following items are banned and can not be disposed of in our containers
(you will be subject to additional handling fees* levied by the disposal sites if
any of these items are found in our containers):

CFC Items: Including but not limited to refrigerators, air conditioners, dehumidifiers. ($55)

Cathode Ray Tubes (CRT): Any intact, broken or processed glass tube used
to provide the visual display including but not limited to televisions and
computer monitors. ($55)

White Goods: Appliances employing electricity, oil, natural gas or liquified
petroleum gas including but not limited to refrigerators, freezers, dishwashers,
clothes washers, clothes dryers, gas or electric ovens and ranges, and hot
water heaters. ($55)

Batteries: Lead-acid batteries used in motor vehicles. ($30)

Whole Tires: Motor vehicle tires of all types. ($55 truck tires/$30 car tires)

Propane Tanks: Drained, 5 gallon. ($55)

Mattresses/Bulky Waste: ($55)

NO LEAVES OR YARD WASTE

NO HAZARDOUS MATERIALS

Fees are subject to change without notice.

If you have any questions please contact us. Thank you for your cooperation.

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Roll Off, Storage Containers, Clean Out, Portable Toilets