Containers

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Container sizes

10 Yard:

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Dimensions: 4' tall x 7' wide x 12' long.
To request 10 yard container(s), please call, email, or request using the buttons provided below.

10 Yard enclosed

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Dimensions: 4' tall x 7' wide x 12' long.
To request 10 yard container(s), please call, email, or request using the buttons provided below.

20 Yard:

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Dimensions: 4' tall x 7' wide x 23' long.
To request 20 yard container(s), please call, email, or request using the buttons provided below.

30 Yard:

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Dimensions: 6' tall x 7' wide x 23' long.
To request 30 yard container(s), please call, email, or request using the buttons provided below.

Helpful information for container rentals

It is important for us to have properly loaded containers/dumpsters so that the tarps on our trucks/trailers can properly cover the containers/dumpsters once they have been loaded. We want to avoid losing items on highways to prevent an unsafe obstacle from falling from containers/dumpsters which could cause injuries and to avoid littering our highways and country roads. 

Please see pictures below to see what an overloaded container looks like versus a properly loaded container. Overloaded containers will result in additional costs.

Items Prohibited in a Dumpster!

NOTE: Take care not to put dirt, gravel, rock, block, horse manure or other heavy items in containers/dumpsters as they add more weight than most people realize and may end up costing you additional money if they make container go over weight. Please call us if you have questions on any heavy items you may be wanting too to dispose of, so we can try to prevent additional costs to you.

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    Asbestos

    Asbestos, PCB waste, transformers

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    Batteries

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    Contaminated Absorbents and Soils

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    Electronics

    Computers, Monitors, TV’s, Electronics.

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    Fluorescent and Mercury Bulbs

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    Fuel

    No type of fuel can be put in a dumpster.

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    Industrial Drums

    Substances inside are considered hazardous.

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    Infectious Waste

    Consists of materials used in medicine, such as used bandages or discarded surgical gloves.

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    Liquid Chemicals

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    Medical and Hazardous Waste Oils

    Oil, oil filters, antifreeze or any oil used in automobiles or as general industrial lubricants.

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    Paints and Lacquers

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    Propane Bottles/Tanks

    Propane tanks/bottles of any kind, pressurized containers, fire extinguishers.

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    Refrigerators, Freezers and Air Conditioners

    Only those that are certified properly drained and tagged of refrigerant can be thrown in a dumpster.

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    Tires

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    Wet Concrete, Mud or Slurry

For your convenience look at the chart below to determine how much a roll off container will haul compared to your pickup truck.

Full Size Long-Bed Pickup Truck Capacity

The bed of a standard long-bed pickup has dimensions of: 8' long X 5.33' wide X 1.5' high. When loaded level full, a truck of this size will hold approximately 2.5 cubic yards of material. The following chart outlines some additional common capacities of the full-sized pickup truck.

Depth of material loaded in pickup bedCapacity
27 inches deep3.5 cubic yards
22.5 inches deep3.0 cubic yards
18 inches deep2.5 cubic yards
15 inches deep2.0 cubic yards

Full Size Short-Bed Pickup Truck Capacity

The bed of a standard short-bed pickup has dimensions of: 6' long X 4.5' wide X 1.5' high. When loaded level full, a truck of this size will hold 1.5 cubic yards of material. The following chart outlines some additional common capacities of the short-bed pickup truck.

Depth of material loaded in pickup bedCapacity
30 inches deep2.5 cubic yards
24 inches deep2.0 cubic yards
18 inches deep1.5 cubic yards