Trash Dumpster Rental Cost
How much does a trash bin rental cost? Depends on what size trash dumpster you need. Rest assured Budget Bins has the guaranteed lowest prices! Price's subject to location.. Please call 818-355-9597 for a free quote in your area.
How to rent a dumpster?
1. give us a call 818-355-9597
2. Let us know what type of trash removal project you have, i.e small garage clean out, bathroom remodel to major demolition.
4. Set up your drop off time, date and location. At Budget Bins we work around your busy schedule. Let us know what time window works for you.
5. Done! Most our orders over the phone are set up and finalized within a few minutes. You can even rent a bin from our contact us form or email us @ firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be sure to get back to you within 1 hr or less!
How long can I keep the my dumpster? You may keep the trash bin normally 8 days unless otherwise arranged. Does that price include an unlimited amount of swaps since I paid for a week? No it does not. Our price is for one bin. If you fill it up and need us to dump it, then you would pay for extra charge per dump. How fast can you deliver my dumpster? If you call in the afternoon, we can usually get you a bin the next morning. If you call in the morning, we can usually get you a bin that afternoon. We appreciate having 24 hours notice, but we will always try to work with your time frame – it just depends on how busy we are.
Can I put anything in my dumpster rental? What materials am I allowed to put in the bin? You cannot put just anything in your bin. There are limitations as far as weight and hazardous material, and you have to make sure you get the right bin for the right job. If you’re getting rid of furniture, doors or large quantities of trash, you should order at least a 25-yard bin. You could use a 10-yard bin, but the walls of the bin are only 2 feet high, so you run the risk of piling the trash too high, and we cannot safely pick up any bin that is overloaded.What materials are considered hazardous? How can I properly dispose of them? The following materials are hazardous: asbestos, treated wood (telephone poles and railroad ties), oil, paint, chemicals, propane tanks, batteries, fluorescent bulbs, etc. If you have paint cans where the paint is totally dry, then it is not hazardous. Tires are not hazardous, but they pose a problem at the landfill, so we charge an extra $15 per tire. See below for a complete list
What about treated wood, cured wood, railroad ties, and telephone poles?
As of January 2006, railroad ties need certification from a laboratory that they are California Non-Hazardous Material, and need to be manifested. One lab that can perform the required tests is American Analytics in Chatsworth (818) 998-5547
There are 2 tests:
1- “8270” tests for levels of pentachlorophenol as well as other organic compounds and costs $225.
2- “ CAM metals” test looks for certain hazardous metals and costs $105. Telephone poles are exempt from having to be tested until January 2007. They are accepted at class 3 landfills as long as the material is manifested.
What is considered inert?
Inert material includes dirt, concrete, rocks, sand, stucco, tile, bricks, blocks, asphalt, re bar, metal, etc.
What is considered non-inert?
Non-inert material includes grass, roots (bigger than you finger), sod, trash, drywall, wood, stucco with paper, asphalt shingles, plastic, green waste, etc.
How much room do I need for the bin?
A 40 yrd container (our largest bin) you need approximately 60 ft in length, which is about 4 car lengths. The bin is 22 ft long, and our trucks are between 33 & 37 ft long. Also, the truck is 10 ft wide, so you need 12 ft in width to give the driver 1 foot on either side to maneuver.
How high can we fill the bins?
Never fill a bin higher than the side-walls. For 3-yard containers, the trash must be filled level with the top.
Is there a way to determine how many 10 yard bins I need to get rid of my driveway or concrete porch?
Use a volume Calculator.
How many tons of debris can I put in my Budget Bin?
That depends on the size. We allow 5 tons in a 40-yard container, 3 tons in a 25-yard container, and 800 lbs. in our 3-yard container. For our 10-yard container, the amount of tonnage depends on the material – if you fill up with inert material you can load up to 11 tons, non-inert 3 tons.
How much weight does water add?
Water weighs 8 lbs per gallon, so if we had a monsoon in California and your bin had 200 gallons of rain water inside,it would be less than a ton (~1600 lbs.)
How can I determine how much my bin weighs?
There is no easy way to determine that. For dirt and concrete, one cubic yard weighs approximately one ton, so a 10-yard container weighs approximately 10 tons when loaded with inert material.
How much will I be charged if my trash dumpster is overweight?
An overweight charge is $80 per ton.
Swimming pool chemicals
Nail polish remover
Hair dyes and permanents
Products in aerosol cans
Automotive Fluids and Batteries
Used motor oil and filters
Gasoline and diesel fuel
Auto body repair products
Windshield washer solution
Brake and transmission fluid
Lead acid batteries
Metal polish with solvent