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TABLE 4-2-3A
Data on the Types and Sizes of Containers Used
for the Onsite Storage of Solid Wastes
Capacity
Dimensions(1)
Type
Unit
Range
Typical
Unit
Typical
Small:
Container, plastic or
gal
20-80
30
in.
20D x 26H (30 gal)
galvanized metal or
wheeled
Barrel, plastic,
gal
20-65
30
in.
20D x 26H (30 gal)
aluminum, or fiber
Disposable paper bags
Standard
gal
20-55
30
in.
15W x 12d x 43H (30 gal)
Leak resistant
gal
20-55
30
in.
as above
Leakproof
gal
20-55
30
in.
as above
18W x 15d x 65H (10 ft3)
Disposable plastic bag
in.
Medium:
yd3
72W x 42d x 65H (4 yd3)
Container
1-10
4
in.
Large:
Container
yd3
8W x 6H x 20L (35 yd3)
Open top, roll off
12-50
--(2)
ft
(also called debris
boxes)
yd3
8W x 6H x 18L (30 yd3)
Used with stationary
20-40
--(2)
ft
compactor
yd3
8W x 8H x 22L (30 yd3)
Equipped with self-
20-40
--(2)
ft
contained compaction
mechanism
Container, trailer-
mounted
yd3
8W x 12H x 20L (35 yd3)
Open top
20-50
--(2)
ft
yd3
8W x 12H x 241 (35 yd3)
Enclosed, equipped
20-40
--(2)
ft
with self-contained
compaction mechanism
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(1) D = diameter, H = height, W = width, d = depth
(2) Size varies with waste characteristics and local site conditions.
gal x 0.003785 = m3
Note:
in. x 2.54 = cm
yd3 x 0.7646 = m3
ft x 0.3048 = m
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