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Expert Concrete Haul Away Services

Whether you’re a homeowner breaking up your patio or a contractor replacing an old sidewalk, we make it easy to get rid of your heaviest debris. Our team of professionals will advise you on the size and number of dumpsters you need to accommodate heavy materials like concrete, brick, block, asphalt, dirt or gravel. Let us do the heavy lifting so you can focus on what’s important.

Use our weight calculator to find the right size bin for your debris.

Roll Off Dumpster in Driveway Filled With Concrete.

Nationwide Coverage. One Point of Contact.

Do you seek concrete hauling services often? Our account managers get to know your debris removal needs and handle all your dumpster orders so you don’t have to search for a bin again.

Call 877-778-8440 to speak with a concrete disposal specialist.

Why Trust Us with Your Concrete Debris Removal?

Efficient Deliveries

We'll place your bins right where you need so you don’t have to touch debris twice.

Responsible Disposal

We can provide recycling tickets to support sustainable business efforts.

Guaranteed Service

We fulfill high volumes of dumpster requests using our network of haulers.

Our Most Rented Concrete Dumpster Size

We recommend our 10 yard dumpster to efficiently load heavy debris. This size is most popular because it makes it easier to avoid exceeding the weight limit and an overage fee.

Typical Weight Limit: 10 tons or 20,000 pounds

Average Cost: $395 to $597
Prices vary depending on location and may fall outside this range.

Need a different size? Our 15 and 20 yard dumpsters can also haul heavy debris, but still need to adhere to the same 10 ton weight restriction. Check our other roll off container sizes.

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Estimate Your Concrete Disposal Needs

Our concrete-only dumpsters will help you clean up after a variety of demolition jobs. Whether you’re tackling a DIY project or managing a job site, we’ll make sure you have what you need.

Best for Projects Like:

  • Renovating a parking lot.
  • Removing a paver walkway.
  • Renovating a residential driveway.
  • Cleaning up after mid-size demolitions.

If you're tossing other weighty materials, you'll need a mixed-heavy debris dumpster. If you have other construction debris to get rid of, we may recommend multiple dumpsters to avoid extra costs at the landfill.

Concrete Weight Calculator

The Cost of Concrete Disposal

The 10 yard dumpster, our most popular size for concrete disposal, typically costs between $395 and $597 depending on your location.

Keep in Mind: To haul the concrete to the landfill yourself, you will pay between $32 and $40 per ton plus the price of a vehicle rental. A junk removal truck to remove two tons of concrete can cost up to $550 alone.

Concrete Dumpster on Work Site.

Concrete Dumpster FAQs

Can you put concrete in a dumpster?

Yes, we recommend renting a dumpster specifically for concrete or heavy debris. Keeping these separate from other materials will help you avoid overage charges and other fees. Slurry, or wet concrete, cannot go in the dumpster and concrete pieces should be broken up into manageable sizes.

How much concrete can you put in a 20 yard dumpster?

Our team typically recommends only filling a 20 yard dumpster halfway to avoid going over the heavy debris 10 ton weight limit. When you call, we’ll typically recommend a 10 yard container instead to help you avoid an overage fee.

Where can I dispose of concrete?

Get a concrete dumpster rental and we’ll handle disposal and billing for you. You can take concrete to the dump yourself, but it will likely take you multiple trips and you may be charged a disposal fee each visit.

More Resources for Concrete Disposal

Need tips on for heavy debris hauling? From breaking up concrete to construction recycling tips, we’ll help you clear the way for what’s next.