louisville ky mini dumpster rentalYes! The space-saving design decreases the “footprint” of the dumpster, not the capacity. This means our dumpsters take up less space in your work area while holding just as much. Our “mini” dumpster rentals are available in 6, 9, 12 and 16 cu. yd. sizes.

Mini Dumpster Rental Louisville KY

By utilizing smaller dumpster sizes, Moon Mini Dumpsters is able to save you money! Most companies offer large, bulky dumpsters that use MORE of your work space and have TOO MUCH room. This means you’re paying for container volume that you DO NOT NEED!

Don’t let this happen to you! Most home renovations, clean outs, junk removal and DIY projects do not require excessive volumes.

In addition, our smaller containers are delivered by smaller trucks. This means they are easier to maneuver and place in a position that is OPTIMAL for YOUR needs. We can drop off the dumpster in a spot that is convenient for YOU and makes your job EASIER.

For a FREE dumpster size evaluation in Louisville, KY call Bob Jones (502) 772-2821.

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dumpster rental louisville kyWhether you are a Louisville homeowner or construction company, Moon Mini Dumpsters has the junk removal container for your next project. Our business plan is designed to save you money. We do NOT rent out large, bulky dumpsters with more space than you need.

Free Dumpster Sizes Evaluation

Not sure which dumpster size to order? No problem! Call Moon today at (502) 772-2821 and ask for Bob. He’ll asses your job requirements and get the garbage container that benefits YOU the most, not us.

Local Louisville Dumpster Rental

Moon started in 1992. That’s 22 years of service to the greater Louisville and southern Indiana region. We do what’s best for our customers not because it’s good for business, but because it’s how people should be treated. We care about our customers because we are Louisville residents ourselves. We take efforts to reduce our environmental impact. We recycle trash that would otherwise add to landfills and pollute our air, ground and water.

Come see for yourself! Let us show you what customer-focused service is.

As always, “Ask for the Moon, and get it!”

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owner bob jones next to louisville ky dumpsterSummer is here! The time for fixing up the house and completing DIY projects is upon us. Take advantage of the warm weather and complete your Louisville home or business renovations today!

Summer Dumpster Rental Louisville

Moon Mini Dumpsters provides roll-off containers for projects big and small. Our space saving design maximizes efficiency at a reduced cost. Rent a 6, 9, 12 or 16 cu. yd. dumpster for your residential or commercial project.

Need to fix the roof? Replacing the siding? Getting rid of old inventory? No problem! Moon dumpster rentals are designed to fit your specific needs. Our waste bins are easy to load and unload nearly anywhere! This means you can place the dumpster close to your work site for quick and easy completion.

Not sure which dumpster size to choose? No problem! Call Bob Jones today (502) 772-2821 to discuss the details of your task. He will make sure you DO NOT OVERPAY for container space you DO NOT NEED.

Don’t be left out in the cold this winter. Get your junk removal needs met today!

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Smoketown Louisville KYThe Courier-Journal is reporting that a new development planned near Smoketown continues to grow. The Floyd Street complex, just outside of downtown Louisville, now plans to include a fine dining restaurant, sports bar and “Bluegrass Music Kitchen,” among other additions. The overall $9 million investment is expected to be a big economic boost to the area.

The development is part of a bigger effort to improve the quality of the neighborhood. Old public housing units will be removed and replaced by more modern housing. The investing pair of Stinson & Lewis, developing the Floyd Street complex, have purchased additional buildings in the area to redevelop. The restaurant and music kitchen will hopefully be ready for the 2015 Kentucky Derby.

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cell phone recycling louisville ky

It is estimated that Americans get a new cell phone every 1-2 years. So what happens to the old phones? Hopefully, they get recycled! Below are some of the locations for recycling cell phones in Louisville and SE Indiana.

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louisville gas electric kentucky utilitiesEnergy saving ideas from Louisville Gas & Electric (LGE) and Kentucky Utilities (KU) can help residents save money and keep cool this summer. Here are some expert tips:

  • Repair insulation and sealing air leaks
  • Place air conditioning units in shade
  • Keep electronics away from thermostat
  • Use fan to spread AC air throughout house
  • Adjust your home’s thermostat up two degrees in the summer
  • Use curtains to block sun’s rays during the day

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Be sure to check out the Free Summer Movies at the Iroquois Amphitheater. Shows start at 8pm and doors open at 7.

Tonight’s free movie is FINDING NEMO!!!!
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louisville ky waterfront parkThe Courier-Journal has reported that Louisville Waterfront Park has lost $420,000 in annual funding. The downtown park board is cutting expenses and scouring for additional sources of funds.

Waterfront Development Corp. Executive Director David Karem cites several major changes in the budget due to the loss. Layoffs and security cuts are being avoided as best as they can. A number of major events, including Abbey Road on the River, the Forecastle Festival, Kentucky Derby Festival, and others will not be affected.

Louisville Waterfront Budget Cuts

  • $79,000 Fourth of July Independence Festival dropped
  • $32,000 Karem 15 percent pay cut to salary and benefits
  • $46,000 16 staff members foregoing 2 percent raise due to most city employees
  • $40,000 Reduction in maintenance, equipment, scenery, and Thunder Over Louisville party

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Louisville Metro CouncilThe Courier-Journal reported that the Louisville Metro Council narrowly voted for a 2 percent fee to be paid by many Louisville Gas & Electric natural gas customers. The fee was proposed by Mayor Greg Fischer last month. The expected start date of the fee is December 1.

Residents of old Louisville and the unincorporated county will be expected to pay an additional $13 a year per household. The increase will generate about $3.6 million a year. Mayor Fischer plans to use this money to fund public safety improvements, most notably new police officers to keep city streets safe.

As expected, there is much debate over this issue. Some city leaders say the increase is needed because the money for public safety programs is “not there.” Louisville residents feel as though they are taxed enough and would like the programs to be paid with existing funds.

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Moon-leeslandfillThe Louisville Courier-Journal is reporting that the EPA will be testing Riverside Gardens homes for toxic chemicals. Dangerous vapors from the Lees Lane hazardous waste landfill may be seeping into nearby homes.

Protecting Louisville, KY Environment

The sampling, which will start in late June, comes more than 15 years after the EPA first found problems with a methane-gas collection system that is also supposed to safeguard the Riverside Gardens neighborhood from chemical gases migrating from decades of buried waste.

Monitoring wells installed by the EPA last year found that methane no longer was a problem, but gas levels of seven other toxic chemicals were high enough to warrant testing homes. Contaminants of concern include Benzene, 1,3-butadiene, Carbon tetrachloride, Chloroform, Tetrachlorethylene, Trichloroethylene and Vinyl chloride.

It may take up to two months for test results to be returned.If necessary, the EPA will install remediation equipment.

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