3395 North Okatie Hwy
Ridgeland, SC 29936

Beaufort Ridgeland - Savannah
Richmond Hill - Hilton Head

(843) 645-7867
deglerwaste@hargray.com
105 David Avenue
Wellford, SC 29385

Greenville
Spantanburg

(864) 439-6000
degler@deglerwasteservices.com
3395 North Okatie Hwy
Ridgeland, SC 29936

Beaufort Ridgeland - Savannah
Richmond Hill - Hilton Head

(843) 645-7867
deglerwaste@hargray.com
105 David Avenue
Wellford, SC 29385

Greenville
Spantanburg

(864) 439-6000
degler@deglerwasteservices.com


Degler Waste Services Blog, Ridgeland, SC

On our blog, you’ll find helpful tips and advice for keeping your septic system in Ridgeland, SC in great shape.

At Degler Waste Services, we set out back in 1965 to provide our customers in Ridgeland, South Carolina with great service while educating them about how their septic system works. As an extension of this goal, we regularly update our blog with information about our services and advice for maintaining the septic system on your property.

5 Tips for Using Roll-Off Containers

5 Tips for Using Roll-Off Containers

Roll-off containers are typically used for large home renovation or building projects. They are the most convenient way to dispose of large materials. They are delivered on a large truck and “rolled off” the back of the truck, which is where they get their name. They are open containers that get...
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Considerations for Renting Portable Toilets

Considerations for Renting Portable Toilets

Outdoor events are so nice because you have more space for people to park and move around. Also, when it’s nice weather, it’s just good to be outside. If food is served as a part of an outdoor event, it is less work to clean up afterward than if you serve food at an indoor event. For so many...
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An Explanation of the Need for Grease Traps

An Explanation of the Need for Grease Traps

Grease is difficult to get rid of, but in its liquid form, it is tempting for many people to just pour it down the drain. The issue with putting grease down your drain is that once it has cooled off, it becomes solidified again.  With grease lining your pipes, they get clogged. This causes backups...
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