What materials can be loaded in the dumpster?
Construction Debris Containers – mixed construction debris
Household Debris Containers – misc. household junk (can have mixture of construction, yard waste and household junk)
Solid Fill Recycling Containers – Concrete, Brick, Asphalt, Sod or Dirt only – no garbage or other debris allowed
Metal Recycling Containers – Metal only – no garbage or other debris allowed
Yard Waste Recycling Containers – Tree Debris, Clean Green, Stumps and Land Clearing – no garbage or other debris allowed
*Please ask sales representative for best disposal fee options for recyclable materials
What materials can’t go in roll-off containers?
Batteries, paints, chemicals, asbestos, gasoline, oils, food waste, propane and oxygen tanks, drums, major appliances, refrigerants, hazardous waste, medical waste and all toxic materials. Small numbers of televisions, computer monitors and tires are allowed in containers at an additional charge. Please ask for specific details regarding these items. We also offer major appliance and scrap tire removal by separate truck.
What are the dimensions of the containers?
Container Size: Length Width Height
10 yard container: 10’L 8’W 4’H
20 yard container: 14’L 8’W 5’H
30 yard container: 16’L 8’W 6’H
40 yard container: 20’L 8’W 7.5’H
*All container sizes are cubic yards.
*All dimensions are approximate, depending on manufacturer and style.
How far in advance do I need to order a roll-off container?
24 hours notice is appreciated. When possible, we will provide same day service. We can do multiple pick up and deliveries in the same day on a job site. We can also arrange to do “load and wait” containers if proper notice is given.
How much do roll-off containers cost?
Containers are priced by the size and type of debris being hauled. Containers start at 10 cubic yards with a 2.5 ton limit and go to 40 cubic yards with a 8 ton limit. Container prices include drop off, pick up, hauling, mileage and a 5 – 7 day rental. There is an additional charge for extra days after the initial rental period. Please contact us for current rates.
How high can I load my container?
Please only load to the top of the wall edge of your container. If over-loading occurs, additional charges will be assessed. If unsafe, the container will have to be unloaded to a safe level before we will remove it.
Do we need a permit?
Some cities or towns require a permit for containers when they are placed on a public street. Please check with your local city for current rules. It is the customers responsibility to obtain and pay for all permits.
How much space do we need?
Depending on the size of the container you order, you may need anywhere from 50 – 80 feet of length for delivery. We also need clearance overhead for power, cable lines and tree branches when unloading the container on your site.
Do I need to put plywood down to protect my driveway?
The containers range in weight from 2,000 – 3,000 pounds. They have steel wheels and skid pads that they rest on. While extreme care is taken when unloading and loading containers, there is always a small risk that damage may occur. It is the property owners responsibility to provide protection for their driveway.
How and when do we pay for the container?
We accept cash, checks, money orders and credit cards. We require payment upon delivery of container.
What areas do you service?
We service the Greater Seattle area including all of King County, Snohomish County and most of Pierce County. Please call or email us with job site address and size of container needed for current pricing.