How much is a dumpster rental?
There is no fixed rate. The price is based on several factors, such as: dumpster size, location where dumpster is needed, amount of time dumpster is to be retained, and the amount of weight being added to dumpster. For a free quote please call our office to speak with one of our representatives at (888) 565 4634. 

What does the bill cover?
For each dumpster the quote you get will cover a weekly basis service, delivery, pick up and dumping fees according with the specifications of the dumpster you want to rent.
*Please see Services for more specific details

What methods of payments are accepted?
You may pay with a credit card or you can also download our Credit Application and set up an account with us. We’re sorry, but as of 1/01/08, we will no longer accept payment on-site.      

How soon can I get a dumpster?
It depends on how busy we are at the time the request is received, however, to insure a more accurate delivery date we ask for a 48-hour courtesy notice prior to the delivery time.

Do you have same day service?
Yes we do. If the order is received before noon we’ll most likely be able to provide service that same day.  

How can I determine the amount of weight in a dumpster?
There is no way of knowing the weight in a dumpster until it is actually weight. For weight regulations our customers can refer to the instructions on the work order that’s given upon delivery. Be aware that certain materials such as, but not limited to; drywall, roof shingles, stucco, etc. can make a dumpster heavier. Something else to keep in mind is that tree trunks and tree stumps are large items and a hard to handle fee may apply.

What happens if I go over the limit weight?
There will be additional charge per ton. Also, because of safety regulations from the California Highway Patrol (CHP), if a dumpster exceeds 10 tons or is not filled uniformly it will not be pick it up and there may be additional trip charges.

Will rain add a significant amount of weight to a dumpster?
Not likely, because most of the water will seep to the floor of the dumpster and eventually drain out. However, some inert materials do retain some water.

If a dumpster is placed on my driveway, will it damage it in any way?
An important factor to consider before placing a dumpster is the sturdiness of the driveway, sidewalk, curbs, or lawn where dumpster is to be placed. We recommend the usage of plywood between the dumpster and surface in order to avoid scratches, although, major damage can still occur due to the weight of the dumpster once its fully loaded. 

Do I need a permit to place a dumpster on the street?
Yes, all municipalities require a temporary street use permit when a dumpster is going to be placed on the street, and it’s the homeowner or contractor responsibility to obtain the appropriate permits.  For more information on how to obtain a temporary street use permit see our Links or contact your city’s Public Works Department.

How much space do I need for a dumpster?
It varies depending on the size of dumpster needed. Please, visit Services for more precise specifications.
Keep in mind that our trucks need a minimum of 36 feet long, 10 feet wide, and 14 feet high of space to maneuver safely. Convenience is secondary to safety.

How can I determine the best size dumpster for my project?
40-yrds dumpster are mainly used for:
Major demolition or construction projects, weed abatement, etc.
(No inert should go into this dumpster)
25-yrds dumpster are mainly used for:
Mid-size demolition or construction projects, garage clean-ups, etc.
(No inert should go into this dumpster) 
10-yrds dumpster are mainly used for:
Inert materials such as: concrete, asphalt, stones, tile, sand, gravel, blocks, bricks and dirt.
(No trash should go into this dumpster)
3-yrds dumpster are mainly used for:
Small demolition projects, home clean-ups, junk disposal, etc.
(No inert should go into this dumpster)
*Please see services for more specific details.

What does C&D mean?
Construction and Demolition debris.

What materials are considered C&D?
Usually materials that are generated from construction and demolition projects, such us: lumber, carpet, drywall, stucco, metal, etc.

What materials are considered inert?

Materials such as: Concrete, asphalt, stones, bricks, blocks, roof tile, and dirt.
Note: roots, grass and undergrowth are not considered inert.

Is there anything I can do to help recycle?
Yes, by keeping inert materials separate from C&D debris. Not only will it help us recycle more efficiently but it can also help you save money.

Note: 10-yard dumpsters should be used for inert materials only. 

Can I put anything I want into a dumpster?
No, there are some hazardous materials that are harmful to our environment and need to be disposed of properly.

The following is a list of waste material that is NOT accepted: 
  ·     Paint ·     Pool chemicals  
  ·     Paint thinner ·     Photography chemicals  
  ·     Stains ·     Liquids of any kind  
  ·     Lacquer ·     Tires  
  ·     Varnish ·     Vehicle batteries  
  ·     Sealants ·     Railroad ties  
  ·     Adhesives/glues ·     Telephone poles  
  ·     Roofing cement ·     Treated lumber  
  ·     Wood preservatives ·      E-waste: electronic waste  
  ·     Pesticides ·      Biological medical waste (included but not limited to:)  
  ·     Weed killer   Wastes from:    
  ·     Fuels   1.    Medical facilities 4.    Mortuaries
  ·     Antifreeze   2.    Nursing homes 5.     Laboratories  
·     Motor oil   3.    Medical practitioners    

 Inappropriate disposal of hazardous materials is harmful against the environment and is


AGAINST THE LAW. Penalties include, but not limited to, fines and imprisonment.

*Please see Links for information on how to properly dispose of hazardous materials