Community members and professionals in the Memphis, TN area trust Discount Dumpster for all their dumpster rental needs. Whether you need a roll off dumpster at a commercial construction site or just in your own driveway, we have the selection, price, and service you are looking for. Give us a call today!
There are some differences between a junk removal company and a roll off dumpster rental company. By choosing a dumpster rental, you’ll have more flexibility, ease of scheduling, and you’ll save money. Using a junk removal service can cost you several times more than having a rental dumpster on site. With a longer rental window, you’ll be able to utilize your roll off rental as long as you need it on site.
When you call Discount Dumpster, you’ll connect with friendly and knowledgeable staff who can help you choose and schedule the right size for you. Simply describe your needs and your job site, and we’ll help you determine the correct size. We offer flexible drop-off and pick-up scheduling, so you can be sure that our service will work with all your needs.
When you arrange for a dumpster rental with Discount Dumpster, you’ll get prompt and on-time delivery. You keep your dumpster until your job is complete and then arrange pick-up with our accessible and helpful customer service team. Pick-up is easy to schedule and our team will get your dumpster picked up easily and on time.
Whether or not you require a permit for a dumpster rental in West Memphis is determined by the placement of the dumpster and any local regulations. You generally only need a permit if you are placing your dumpster on public property, like sidewalks, streets, and other public places. In general, you will not need a permit to place a dumpster on your own private property. Discount Dumpster will help determine any permitting needs. You can also check with the city of West Memphis, for more specific permitting regulations.
While most waste, junk, and debris can be placed in a dumpster, there are some items that should not. These include batteries (car, alkaline, lithium and rechargeable), tires, paints and solvents, pesticides, and oil and gas. These items should be disposed of through a community recycling or hazardous waste collection program. For a full list of materials that are not allowed, visit our prohibited items.
Current landfills we use include: