5280 Terms and Conditions
Waste Hauling and Disposal Service
5280 Waste Solutions LLC
7010 Broadway, #107
Denver, CO 80221
5280 Waste Solutions (5280) will provide waste hauling and disposal service using our roll-off containers. Service will be provided on a next day basis providing service orders are received by noon of the day proceeding the service request. Same day service may be provided when our scheduling allows on an as-available basis.
Non-Hazardous Solid Waste Only. Customer agrees not to deposit any waste that is liquid, or any waste that is or contains radioactive, volatile, corrosive, highly flammable, explosive, biomedical, biohazardous, infectious, toxic or hazardous waste or substances (“Prohibited Waste”) into 5280’s containers. Prohibited Waste includes, but is not limited to tires, paint, herbicides, pesticides, electronics of any kind and large tree stumps. Appliances including refrigeration and air conditioning items are not allowed unless customer has certification that they no longer contain refrigerant and customer has provided valid certification to 5280 prior to service. The purpose of 5280 service is solely to remove and dispose of customer’s non-hazardous and non-toxic solid waste. Click Here to see a list of items considered to be toxic waste.
Inspection; Rejection of Prohibited Waste
Title to and liability for Prohibited Waste shall remain with Customer at all times. 5280 shall have the right to inspect, analyze or test any waste delivered by Customer. If Customer’s waste is reasonably believed to be Prohibited Waste, 5280 can, at its option, reject the Prohibited Waste and return it to Customer or require Customer to remove and dispose of the Prohibited Waste at Customer’s expense. Customer shall indemnify, hold harmless and pay or reimburse 5280 for all costs, damages and/or fines incurred as a result of or relating to Customer's deposit of Prohibited Waste in 5280’s containers or other failure to comply or conform to these terms and conditions, including costs of inspection, testing and analysis.
Volume and Weight
State law governs gross vehicle weight. Customer agrees to pay for overweight charges. Disposal charges are also directly related to weight. Customer’s use of 5280’s service includes the cost of hauling and disposal of up to 5 tons of debris in a container. Additional charges will apply to debris in excess of 5 tons. In no event will customer load debris weighing 10 tons or more into a container. Containers may not be filled above the top edge. 5280 reserves the right to refuse hauling of containers filled over the top or containers that exceed the legal weight limit. 5280 reserves the right to terminate service if customer does not abide by these regulations.
Trip Charge and Relocation Charges
Customer agrees to pay for truck time if a container is overloaded, overweight, or if the container itself or a location designated by the customer for service by our container is blocked so that we cannot complete the service. The designation of fees associated with any of these failed service attempts is a Trip Charge and this charge may be assessed at rates up to $145 per event. Relocation of a container from one job site or location to another may also be assessed at rates up to $145 per event, or higher, depending on distance and time involved.
All containers and equipment used to provide the service to the customer is and shall remain the property of 5280. Customer assumes responsibility for any damage to containers beyond normal wear and tear. Customer agrees to provide 5280 with access to its containers at all reasonable times in order to provide service, over surfaces that can sustain the weight and operation of 5280’s trucks and containers. Customer acknowledges that 5280 shall not be liable for any damage to driving surfaces resulting from 5280’s trucks serving containers on the agreed upon areas.
Customer agrees to pay 5280’s invoices upon receipt. Customer agrees that any account that is past due 30 days or more is deemed delinquent and 5280 shall have the right to terminate service under this agreement. Customer also agrees that a late fee of 1.5% per month shall apply to customer’s account if it becomes delinquent. Should 5280 be forced to initiate collection action against a customer’s account, Customer agrees to pay 5280’s reasonable costs of collection, attorney fees and court costs.