What Is a 2 Yard Bin?
A 2 yard dumpster is a permanent container to keep for trash collection at a set location. These containers are designed to fit in nearly any setting and are perfect for organizations that need a bin in tight spaces like alleyways. Call today to see if this front load size is right for you.
Are you a homeowner? Check out our range of roll off dumpster sizes for temporary projects.
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More Size Details:
2 Yard Dumpster Dimensions
The standard size for this bin is 6 feet long, 3 feet wide and 3 feet high. It can hold 2 cubic yards of garbage, which is equivalent to about a dozen 33-gallon trash bags, or four 96-gallon containers.
2 Yard Dumpster Rental Cost
The national average cost of a 2 yard dumpster is $130, with prices ranging from $100-$160 per month at a once-a-week pickup frequency. Our upfront rates combine the costs of each scheduled pickup and landfill disposal charges so you can budget easily.
Please note that the exact price will depend on where you’re located, what you’re tossing and how often your garbage gets picked up.
Weight Limit of Your Container
Our 2 yard trash bins can hold 400 pounds and 2 cubic yards of garbage, which is covered in your bundled price.
Remember that the weight of your trash can add up quickly. If you’re concerned about overages, contact your dedicated account manager to discuss adjusting your front load bin size or collection frequency.
Available Features for Your Bin
Freely move your bin in areas with limited space like alleyways.
Secure your dumpster with a lock to prevent illegal dumping.
Keep your container clean to pass health inspections.
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2 Yard Dumpster FAQs
What are the dimensions of a 2 yard dumpster?
The dimensions of a typical 2 yard container are 6 feet long, 3 feet wide and 3 feet high.
How much weight can a 2 yard dumpster hold?
A 2 yard bin can hold approximately 2 cubic yards and 400 pounds of trash. This is equal to about a dozen 33-gallon garbage bags.
How many gallons fit in a 2 yard dumpster?
A 2 yard container can hold about a dozen 33-gallon trash bags, which is equal to 400 pounds of debris.
How wide is a 2 yard dumpster?
The standard width of a 2 yard bin is 3 feet wide. The container is also 6 feet long and 3 feet high, making it a nice fit for small businesses.
How much does it cost to rent a 2 yard commercial dumpster?
The national average cost of a 2 yard dumpster is $130, with prices ranging from $100-$160 per month. Keep in mind that the exact price will depend on your location, debris type and garbage pickup schedule.
What does a 2 yard dumpster look like?
Commercial dumpsters are square-shaped bins with a lid for easy business trash disposal. The walls of a 2 yard dumpster are about hip-to-waist high for an average person. The smaller size fits well behind businesses like convenience stores and restaurants.
What is the smallest commercial dumpster size you can rent?
2 yard containers are typically the smallest commercial dumpster size you can rent. These dumpsters are often found behind businesses like restaurants and beauty salons in need of ongoing trash service.
Commercial Trash Pickup Tips
Don’t Toss Restricted Items
Certain materials aren’t allowed in 2 yard bins like batteries and tires. Our
prohibited items guide gives more details.
Don’t Overload Your Bin
If the dumpster is so full that the doors or lid can’t be closed, you may have to pay an overloading fee.
Consider Building an Enclosure
Use our 7-step guide to learn how to build a dumpster corral to keep your property clean and keep out unwanted trash.