This week, the Associated Press made a change to its style guide that has the word garbage dump in lower case. This comes after capitalizing the word in the past, since Dumpster is a generalized trademark of an American brand for a type of mobile garbage bin. Construction containers are also known as rolling containers due to the wheels on the bottom that help transport them. With capacities ranging from 10 to 40 cubic yards, they are an ideal solution for a wide range of cleaning projects, including building remodeling, demolition, roof removal and garden waste. The Dempster-Dumpmaster became the standard design for every garbage truck that followed it.
Over the years, other manufacturers have attempted to improve on the original Dempster system, designing containers and trucks for side and rear loading. However, no matter how hard they try, none have been able to create a more efficient system than Dempster's. The brand is a blend of 'Dump' and 'Dempster'.The original brand (and some associated things) are no longer trademarks, as the three trademarks involved have expired or have been canceled. So what is the actual name of a dumpster? The answer is simple: it's a Dumpster. This term has become so widely used that it has become a genericized trademark.
It's used to refer to any type of large mobile garbage bin, regardless of the manufacturer or brand. Dumpsters are incredibly useful for many different types of projects. They can be used for construction sites, demolition sites, roofing projects, and even garden waste removal. They come in various sizes and capacities, ranging from 10 to 40 cubic yards.
They are also designed with wheels on the bottom for easy transportation. No matter what type of project you're working on, having access to a Dumpster can make your job much easier. It's important to remember that Dumpster is a genericized trademark and can be used to refer to any type of large mobile garbage bin.