So I am beginning to see how things work. I did 2 excessive debris jobs in the last 2 weeks(over 35) and both show my 14x8x5 dump trailer fully loaded 5 times per job time and date stamped with a member of my crew standing on top of them. I just get the most make me want to puke email saying that this is within allowable. Tree branches can be broken more. I am in a state of shock, both properties were excessive landscape which we have to trim all shrubs from property, tree branches, and dead vegetation that took my guys between 12-16 hours to make them flawless. Just on the yard, when I called to inquire I get this runaround- Landscape needs to be compressed not like regular debris. So I ask for the compression method 2 trashbags to 1 cyd? No, every case is different. Then we actually have a tense argument and she says forward to another rep maybe they will count differently. It basically means that my 21cyd dump trailer only holds 7cyds of landscape and trash. They must not realize dump fees are higher for Green Waste in Riverside County. Sometimes, it is just so discouraging.... Booo! So my question is what is the problem. Is it the properties not holding enough value to spend money on an additional 25cyds, or is it that no-one wants to be the person to approve overages and lose these million dollar companies $400?