This procedure must be done quickly after the sanitation services department picks up the garbage. Make sure the dumpster is completely empty.
Take the dumpster to a relatively open place, preferably the edge of the driveway or alley.
Put a nozzle at the end of your hose. Ideally, the nozzle must control the output of the water, but if it is not available, a simple nozzle would also be useful.
Rinse the entire dumpster by spraying steady stream of water. You can enhance the pressure by placing a finger at the nozzle. The main objective is to clean all the dirt.
Now, put some water in the dumpster, and add a couple of cups of liquid bleach or any other disinfectant.
Now, it is the time to use the mop. You can also use an old scrubbing brush at this stage. Remove all the debris by moving the mop vigorously.
Allow the liquid bleach to stay in the dumpster for 15-20 minutes. Clean with the water, hosing down the inside of dumpster.
Let the water drain out. You can always put the dumpster in the sun, leaving it open to dry. Don’t put any garbage until it is completely dry.
After ensuring that the dumpster is totally dry, put it back to the original place. It is clean, and ready to use once again.