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Easy Concrete Disposal for Contractors & Homeowners

The Dumpsters.com team makes debris removal simpler with affordable dumpsters for concrete, dirt and other heavy materials. Whether you’re a contractor renovating a parking lot or a homeowner handling your own driveway repairs, we offer the roll off containers you’ll need for concrete disposal. Our order process is simple and you can depend on our experienced team for efficient empty-and-returns when you need them. Working with concrete is tough enough—let us worry about getting rid of it.

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PRO TIP: We don’t just haul concrete. In many areas, our dumpsters can also handle dirt, brick, block, asphalt and masonry.

Find the Right Concrete Disposal Dumpsters for Your Job

We can haul up to 10 tons of concrete or other heavy debris at a time. Check out some common options below to find the best fit for your needs. We also offer reliable empty-and-returns for jobs with more than 10 tons of debris, or you can rent multiple dumpsters right off the bat. Please note: Availability and weight limits can vary by location due to local regulations. For information specific to your area, call us at 1-844-444-3867*Weight limits can vary by location. *Exterior dimensions may vary, but the total volume is accurate.

10 yard dumpster

10 Yard Concrete Dumpster

Typical Covered Weight Limit: 10 tons
Typical Dimensions: 14 feet x 7.5 feet x 3.5 feet
Best for Projects Like:

  • Removing a patio or walkway.
  • Renovating a residential driveway.
  • Cleaning up after small-scale demolitions.
  • Dirt removal for small landscaping jobs.

Special notes:
Usually the best choice to avoid exceeding the weight limit. For large jobs with lots of debris, consider ordering multiple dumpsters or request empty-and-returns as needed.

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The Dumpsters.com Difference: We know the rules for disposing of concrete in your area and we’ll give you all the information you need to avoid any fees from the landfill. Our team is here to help you do concrete waste removal right.


20 yard dumpster

20 Yard Concrete Dumpster

Typical Covered Weight Limit: 10 tons
Typical Dimensions: 22 feet X 7.5 feet X 4.5 feet
Best for Projects Like:

  • Renovating a parking lot.
  • Removing in-ground pool decking.
  • Cleaning up after mid-size demolitions.
  • Dirt removal for larger landscaping jobs.

Special notes:
Fill only halfway to avoid exceeding your weight limit. For large jobs with lots of debris, consider ordering multiple dumpsters or request empty-and-returns as needed.

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The Dumpsters.com Difference: The weight of concrete can add up quickly but our team will make sure you know how high to fill your heavy debris bin to stay within your weight limit and avoid overage fees.


Why Toss Your Concrete Debris With Us?

  • Our flat rates cover all aspects of your rental, so you’ll know your true costs upfront.
  • No long hold times – when you call us, a real person will answer the phone fast.
  • Using machines to move heavy debris? Our dumpsters have doors for easy loading.

Not Sure How Many Dumpsters You Need?

Even a relatively small amount of materials like concrete or brick can get really heavy really fast. So, give some thought to whether a single 10-ton container is up to the task or if you should order multiple dumpsters. Our calculator below can help estimate the weight of concrete or you can use one of our other calculators for debris like brick and asphalt. If you’re still on the fence, contact us and we’ll help you make the best call for your project.

How many square feet of debris need to be disposed of? sq ft
What is the approximate thickness? inches

With Dumpsters.com, you can handle concrete disposal with one quick phone call no matter how much debris you’ve got. Just let us know what you need to toss and leave the logistics to us.

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