Our specialty is helping you get rid of all the trash from your project regardless of how big or small it is. We’ll provide the right-sized roll off bin for you for a flat rate with no hidden charges. We deliver to commercial jobsites and homes in Baltimore, Maryland, and the surrounding area.
You can keep your container for 14 days or longer (if you need to). When you’re done decluttering your home or garage, just give us a call. Our pickup times are flexible.
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A suburb of the Baltimore Metropolitan Area, Parkville is an unincorporated community. If your driveway or an area of your property can accommodate a roll off dumpster, you may not need a right-of-way permit. However, if it is a large dumpster that will block the sidewalk or sit on a city street, it’s likely you will need a permit.
You should also contact your HOA if your neighborhood is governed by one. The neighborhood covenants may differ from Baltimore County rules. To be sure you’re in compliance, contact the Permit Services Supervisor at the County Office Building located at 111 West Chesapeake Avenue, Room 100, Towson, MD. The phone number is 410-887-3900.
You can use your dumpster for household trash and construction waste. However, hazardous materials are not allowed: fuels, oils, electronics, CFL light bulbs, medical waste, tires, pesticides, and paint. You can call our team to get a full list of items we cannot accept in our bins.
Discount Dumpster encourages you to be eco-friendly and keep recyclable material out of your bin. You may be able to recycle Ni-Cad, car, motorcycle, and boat batteries by taking them to a local drop-off point. You can recycle computers, monitors, printers, and modems also. You may get recycling information from Baltimore County officials. Most Staples stores will accept computer monitors.
Any resident of Baltimore County can drop off four clean and rimless tires for free at one of three local recycling centers. If you’ve got more than four tires that are clean and have the rims removed, Emanuel Tire will take them. The phone number is 410-947-0660.
Local landfills are listed at the link below.