When you're looking to downsize or needing a place to dispose of remodel and construction waste, you want a dumpster that you can rely on. When you rent with us, you'll get our quality containers as well as our excellent customer service. Follow these five steps to get started on your next dumpster rental.
At Discount Dumpster, we offer waste management services in Cherry Creek and the surrounding Denver Area. With low flat rates and same-day delivery, we provide your waste management needs on time and under budget. We work with community partners to make sure we dispose of your waste properly and safely.
From delivery to pickup and disposal, our large array of different sized containers is sure to match your disposal needs. Call today to get started on your quote.
We calculate quotes by looking at the size of the dumpster you need, the weight allowance, the length of the rental, and your location. In the end, we'll come up with a quote that includes all fees and taxes so that you know what you're paying for.
We include our two-week rental, container delivery, and transportation in your final cost, so you'll never see surprise fees at the end.
Call today to learn more about our pricing and to talk about your next quote.
If you want the dumpster on the street, yes, you will need a permit from the city. City officials require permits because they need a heads up so they can accommodate for any inconveniences for foot and vehicle traffic that may arise. These permits tend to cost around $50. Permits cannot be issued for arterial streets, nor can any mixed-heavy container be placed in the street.
Permits are not need if the dumpster is going on your own property, such as a driveway. A container on your own driveway will not inconvenience anyone (unless you parked your car in the garage and can't get it out!) You can find more information in the links below.
If you have any questions about the permit process or dumpster placement, feel free to give us a call!
If you need to dispose of chemicals, a good rule of thumb is to not put them in the dumpster. Certain chemicals are bad for the environment, or could make their way into the water supply. These materials should be taken to the proper facility so they can dispose of them safely.
Cleaning chemicals, medical waste, and car fluid are among hazardous materials that also should not be placed in the dumpster. Certain appliances like TVs, air conditioning units, and refrigerators should not go in your container.
Other examples that are prohibited include tires, batteries, electronics, paint, solvents, oils, railroad ties, and hot water heaters. SOD is fine for disposal in a 20-yard dumpster (or smaller) only.
For a complete list, call us today!