Get a Dumpster Rental in D.C.
If you have debris, we have dumpsters in D.C. to get rid of it quickly. Just let us know what you’re tossing and our expert team will get you the right container for the job. Whether you’re planning a junk removal project for your home in Columbia Heights or need to set up reliable trash collection for your Logan Circle business, call our waste management team today.
Our Dumpster Rental Process:
- Call and tell us about your waste removal needs.
- Choose a bin to handle your trash.
- Set up delivery with a date and location.
- Fill the container and we'll haul it away.
Find Roll Off Dumpster Rental Prices in Washington D.C.
We keep your trash removal project on track and on budget, whether you’re a Brentwood homeowner clearing out your garage or a contractor in need of a construction dumpster for a build in Chevy Chase. Our flat rates include delivery and pickup costs, taxes and a covered weight limit so you won't be surprised when you get your bill. Give us a call for a free quote and get straightforward dumpster rental prices in D.C.
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Roll Off Dumpsters for Any Project
Whether you're replacing old appliances or cleaning out the garage, toss it out and we'll haul it away.
From home renovations to demolition jobs, get rid of building debris easily with a roll off container on-site.
Yard Waste Disposal
If you're landscaping your yard or cutting back tree limbs, rent a dumpster to get the job done efficiently.
Simple Washington D.C. Junk Removal
Taking on a major home cleanout? Our roll off dumpster rentals make it easy to keep up with the clutter. From old furniture and exercise equipment to mystery boxes stashed in the attic, we’ll haul away the bulky trash your D.C. curbside collection won’t accept. Call us today to schedule a dumpster service for your residential or construction needs.
Set Up Commercial Dumpster Service in D.C.
With us, organizations of all shapes and sizes can find garbage collection services tailored to their needs. We take the time to get to know your business, ensuring you get the right front load bin and waste management schedule to make trash pickup as simple as possible. And with our flat rate prices, you won’t have to wade through confusing line-items on your bill. Call our team to set up a trash dumpster agreement today.
Benefits of Our Service
We keep your payment information securely on file to streamline monthly invoicing.
Get wheels to move smaller bins around or a lock bar keep your bin secure.
Simply give us a call to change dumpster sizes or adjust your pickup frequency.
What Can I Throw Away in My Washington D.C. Dumpster?
Residential & Construction
We accept the following debris in our roll off dumpsters:
- construction debris
- wood & drywall
- roofing materials
- household junk
- mattresses & box springs
- yard waste
Restrictions or special notes may apply.
We accept the following debris in our front load dumpsters:
- general trash
- food waste
- packaging materials
- office supplies
- broken dishware
What Can’t Go in My Dumpster?
While our containers can handle plenty of debris, there are prohibited items that require special disposal, including hazardous or toxic substances. To make it easier for you, we’ve researched local disposal options for these materials.
Household Hazardous Waste Disposal
D.C. residents can take hazardous wastes like paint, fuels, tires and car batteries to the Department of Public Works’ monthly hazardous waste drop-off.
Fort Totten Transfer Station: 4900 John McCormack Road Northeast, Washington, D.C. 20011 | 202-715-7570
Do I Need a Dumpster Permit for My D.C. Project?
Yes, dumpsters placed in a public space require a permit in Washington D.C. If you simply need to place a dumpster on the curb as you clean out your home or remodel your kitchen, apply for a roll off debris container permit. If you need to temporarily place a bin in another public space like a roadway, alley or sidewalk, get a construction staging area permit.
Visit the DC.gov website to apply for your permit.