We have the whole range of rentals, from guests who create zero trash, to those who smash everything into our inside cans, tear the bags, leave leaking bags outside, throw trash into out neighbors recycling bins, etc. the worst cases we have to clean and wash all our cans and bins inside and out.
Like many areas of the rental biz, it is not a one size fits all. Legit production companies consider your space a filming location and expect to haul away their trash. Guests having a party would prefer to walk away at the end of an event.
I have had multi-day pop-up rentals who rented a dumpster knowing they would generate a large amount of trash over 5 days, with multiple pickups. I had a 4-day rental last week and suggested they might want to rent a dumpster, but they passed. They did not generate an abundance of trash, but when they left there were an extra 6 bags of trash left behind our space. They had some other overages, and I added $25 to contribute to the disposal of the extra trash.
For events and off-site, explore options for trash removal and charge if necessary. And explain your rules and policies in advance.