Our dumpsters come in a wide range of sizes to best fit the needs of both residential and commercial clients. No matter what waste or debris you need to remove in Memphis, TN, we have the perfect dumpster for the job. Our containers have the capacity to get your job done at a price you can afford.
There are two options available when trying to remove a large amount of waste and debris: hire a junk removal service or rent a dumpster. While there are benefits to hiring someone else to take care of your trash, renting a dumpster is often a better choice. For example, having a dumpster at your site works well for ongoing projects and large amounts of trash. When you rent a roll off container, you have the time to complete your project on your schedule. Renting a bin from Discount Dumpster is an affordable, convenient choice.
Discount Dumpster’s units come in a wide variety of sizes to best fits your needs. Most residential projects don’t require more than our 15 yard model. On the other side of the spectrum, we’re also here to support large commercial projects that require ongoing or recurring services. When you call us, we’ll discuss your project and find a container size and rental schedule that will work with your budget.
Whether you’re renovating your company’s office or decluttering your home, Discount Dumpster’s team of experts is here to make your junk removal process an easy one. After figuring out the right size and rental duration for your project, one of our team members will find an accessible location for your dumpster and deliver it to you at a convenient time. Once your project is complete, just call us to schedule collection.
If your project takes place in a neighborhood with a homeowner’s association, you may be required to get a permit to keep a dumpster on your street. The easiest way to know for sure if you are following regulations is to check with your local city office. Not every residence or business will need a permit to rent a dumpster, but it’s important to make sure you know whether those permit requirements apply to you. Check with the city of Memphis, for more specific permitting regulations.
Dumpsters are best used for landscaping, construction, and demolition projects. Household debris, wooden furniture, concrete, asphalt, bricks, wood, and roofing shingles are generally acceptable. However, hazardous materials cannot be disposed of in roll off bins. Prohibited items include tires, car batteries, contaminated soils, flammable liquids, propane tanks, and asbestos. If you have questions about using your dumpster safely, just give us a call, or check out our prohibited items page.
Current landfills we use include: