Cleanups big and small are our specialty. Whenever you need reliable and budget-friendly waste disposal in the Cincinnati region, give Discount Dumpster a call.
We have dumpsters in sizes ranging from 10 to 40 yards. This makes us your best resource for everything from a basement decluttering to waste management for large events such as the Lebanon Blues Festival, Country Applefest, and events at the Warren County Fairgrounds.
Call us today to get our current pricing and availability and your free no-obligation quote.
Basement decluttering – Larger projects – Moving cleanup – Asphalt – Brick wall demo – Landscape debris – Community debris
One option for trash removal is a junk hauler. This is a service that comes to pick up bulky loads of waste at your site. But the cost of doing this over and over adds up quickly. You also have to bag all your trash. The better alternative is a rental dumpster. You’ll have round-the-clock access, can skip the bagging, and will save money over the course of your project. Call us to learn more.
We offer options for typical household and construction waste, plus solutions for extra heavy materials. We have a flat rate for each size container we offer. The standard rental period of 14 days can be extended if needed to accommodate your larger jobs. Call us to get a free quote and discuss all the costs of your dumpster. We’ll work hard to save you money and provide excellent service.
A permit is typically not necessary when it sits on your own private property. This includes your driveway or other areas of your home or job site. If it must be stored on a public right-of-way, then a permit could be needed. You also may need prior permission from your HOA. We will discuss any permitting issues with you when you call to set up delivery of your dumpster.
Construction debris and household waste is permitted in your rental dumpster bin. There are some prohibited materials. These types of items cannot be tossed into your roll off container in order to protect our operators and to comply with federal and local laws.
Examples include harsh chemicals, asbestos, propane tanks, CFL bulbs, vehicle fluids, medical waste, and flammable material.