(22 feet long x 8 feet wide x 6 feet tall) – 12 pickup trucks
Our 30 yard dumpster is ready to handle your big job! Coming in at 22 feet long and 8 feet wide, it is one of our biggest dumpster sizes. It has 6 feet tall walls, with a swinging back door to make loading your dumpster easy and convenient. Since you can walk into the dumpster, you can load it from front to back with your heaviest and bulkiest waste. This dumpster container is longer yet can still fit on many residential driveways. Just be sure it will not block the sidewalk. Its 30 cubic yard capacity can hold the equivalent of 12 pickup loads of trash—that’s 180 contractor trash bags full.
Our 30 yard dumpster in Kansas City runs on average between $540 and $690 to rent. We offer a flat rate for all our dumpster sizes. This covers the rental fee, all taxes, and delivery and pickup. You don’t have to worry about hidden markups tacked onto the end of your rental period. We are upfront about our pricing. Your quote will include the total cost of your dumpster rental, and we fully explain the extra charges that could incur from an overweight load.
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Kansas City authorities only need permits if you must place you dumpster on the street or other public space. Private property placements typically don't need permits, unless your property is governed by a homeowners association (HOA). In that case, you will need to secure their permission first.
30 yard dumpsters are one of our largest sizes, and may not fit properly on some residential driveways. 30 yarders likely need permits for street placement. We also wouldn't recommend a 30 yard bin for most residential projects (unless you have a big house and are doing a full remodel).
Unfortunately, Discount Dumpster is unable to guarantee specific times of day for delivery or pickup. Our typical delivery window is 6 Am -6 PM, Monday through Friday. You are more than welcome to put in requests for certain delivery/pickup times and our staff will do everything possible to accommodate your rental needs.
Absolutely not. Electronics are classified as hazardous waste and not accepted in landfills. Items like electronics and batteries will not break down naturally and can leak toxic substances like battery acid or mercury into the soil. All electronics must be taken to a specialized electronic recycling plant for disposal.
You should never fill a dumpster over the top. Doing so will result in a pickup rejection by our hauler come the designated pickup day. Transporting an overfilled dumpster poses safety hazards to motorists and pedestrians. In the case of a pickup rejection, you will be charged a costly trip fee on top of your rental costs.