You can take care of your whole dumpster rental in Savannah, GA in five easy steps.
Whether you live in the Historic District, the Victorian District, or out on Tybee Island, chances are you have clutter somewhere in your Savannah, GA home. Fortunately, our dumpster rental service is here to help eliminate the stress of disposing of your trash. Whether your unwanted debris is in the basement, attic, or garage, it’s easy to get rid of it when you have an on-site dumpster.
If you’re working on a new home build or a construction job site, we’ve got the right roll off dumpster rental for you, too. Unlike a lot of other dumpster rental companies, we offer you a flat rate for a 14-day rental that includes all taxes and fees. There are no hidden charges, and if your project takes more time than anticipated, you can keep your dumpster longer.
Give us a call to get your dumpster rental today!
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We make it easy to toss your waste in Savannah, GA. Our dumpster services and roll off containers have helped on all kinds of projects, from home renovations and cleanups to retail construction and professional job sites.
We want you to have the best dumpster rental experience possible and work hard to provide a clear step-by-step process for everyone.
There are many advantages to having a roll off dumpster on your jobsite. You have at least 14 days of access, so you can toss your trash while you work on your project. The material you dispose of is concealed and not sitting out at the curb. You can work around your own busy schedule. A dumpster also holds a lot more than a junk hauler’s truck.
Renting a dumpster is cost-efficient and takes the stress out of hurrying to meet a collection window. We offer flexible pickup times, so if you need to call a friend to help with heavy items, you don’t have to worry about a truck arriving before you’re ready.
The best time to use a junk hauler is when you have recyclable items such as old TVs, mattresses, electronic waste, and appliances. Schedule a time for the collection crew to pick up your items and take them to a recycling center.
We deliver your dumpster rental all around the Savannah, GA area. The best way to find out if we can deliver to your home is to call us! We'll do our best to get your dumpster rental out to you.
To calculate the cost of your dumpster rental, we consider your location, the dumpster size you need, your rental period, and the weight of the material you are going to dispose of. Your dumpster will have a weight limit that’s based on the size you rent.
Our expert team can give you a flat-rate quote that covers all charges and taxes. The exact weight of your trash is calculated at the landfill; if your bin is overweight, prorated charges may apply.
If you are disposing of concrete or asphalt, keep in mind that these materials are recyclable. We can deliver them to the proper place, but concrete and asphalt cannot be combined in one dumpster.
Give us a call to find out more about our pricing and how we can help you get rid of your waste!
If you can have your dumpster placed in your driveway or on your property, you do not have to obtain a permit. You should also consult your homeowners’ association, which may have additional rules or fees for rental bins.
If that is not possible and your dumpster will block public property, such as a sidewalk or a city street, you will need to apply for a permit.
The Environmental Protection Agency regulates what can and cannot be put into landfills and trash bins. Please do not put the following items into your dumpster:
Our team can give you a complete list of prohibited materials.
Many banned items are recyclable. If you have any questions about where to drop them off, please call Public Works at 912-652-6840.
You can also contact Chevis Road Garbage Dump and Recycle Center at 912-921-5857. The facility is located at 763 Chevis Road.
Another option for Savannah residents is the Bacon Park Transfer Station at 6400 Skidway Road. The facility accepts recyclable material, yard debris, four tires per residence, and household trash. If you have questions about where to dispose of your trash, please contact the Acting Refuse Disposal Director’s Office at 912-651-6626.
The scale that weighs your dumpster when it arrives at the landfill can’t determine what is water weight and what is not. If you are concerned about water weight, please put a tarp over your container. If you do end up exceeding the weight limit, don’t worry. Our prorated overweight charges are very affordable: 5 cents per pound.
Appliances, particularly refrigerators, freezers, and air conditioners, contain coolant that is dangerous to the environment, so they can’t go straight into a landfill. Trained technicians can safely remove the refrigerant, so you may want to call a collection company if you have large appliances to get rid of.
Most small appliances, such as blenders, electric toaster ovens, and mixers, can be recycled. These items have metals and parts that can be repurposed and reused. Contact the Appliance Recycling and Disposal Center. You can find the location closest to you on the website:
Televisions have special disposal requirements, so they can’t go into a trash can or dumpster. Older TVs contain heavy metals and cathode-ray tubes, which are a hazard to the environment. In newer TVs with liquid crystal displays, you will find mercury, which is toxic to people and the environment. That’s a problem if the TV breaks at the landfill and leaks toxins into the ground water. It’s best to recycle or donate your television if possible. If you’re worried about moving your TV and accidentally breaking it, contact a collection service to pick it up.
Mattresses and box springs should be recycled instead of tossed in a landfill. Over time, the springs can damage the lining of the landfill, and foam mattresses can take up to 1,000 years to decompose. In the meantime, they provide a home for rodents and other critters that can carry rabies.
In Savannah and Chatham County, you can arrange a pickup by calling 311. Or, if you're interested, you can read our blog on how to break down a mattress yourself!
Discarding tires can seem like an expensive hassle. Fortunately, the Bacon Park Transfer Station, located at 6400 Skidway Road in Savannah, will take four tires per year per residence. If you are purchasing new tires, most tire dealers will dispose of your old tires for a small fee.
Discount Dumpster is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. On Saturdays, we’re open from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Mountain Time.
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