Are you located in the Detroit area and in need of a dumpster rental? Well lucky for you, Discount Dumpster is the best in the business. Here in The Friendly City, we believe that your rental process should be just as friendly.
Our team of expert professionals will help you find the best rental container for your project, all for a low, flat rate. Give us a call today!
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Are you trying to dispose of specialty items, such as a refrigerator? If so, you might want to call your local junk removal company. However, if your project involves more general waste removal, then renting a roll off waste container is more cost effective.
Also, you’re able to have a more hands-on experience, given that you have 24/7 access to your rental for 7 days.
Here at Discount Dumpster, we only offer the lowest, flat rates for your dumpster rental needs. All our rates are based on your rental’s size, location, and weight, and they include all additional costs and fees. That way, there aren’t ever any surprises at the register. Give us a call today, and we’ll find you the best plan for your budget.
Dumpster rentals frequently face the question of whether to get a Right of Way permit. In a nutshell, a Right of Way permit is required when your container is blocking the public’s right-of-way, such as a sidewalk or the side of the street.
In Oakland County, a permit is usually required when the container is placed on public property. However, if you’re able to contain the container within private property – such as within a driveway – a permit is typically not required.
Now, don’t assume that you can throw just anything into your dumpster rental. Hazardous waste materials – things like asbestos, flammables, batteries, etc. – should never be put into a dumpster.
You also shouldn’t be throwing car parts, electronics, or large appliances into your dumpster rental. Instead, you need to contact your local authorities to learn how to best dispose of such items.