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Find a reliable dumpster rental service in Lake City, Florida.  Compare container sizes, services, company profiles, and verified reviews to identify quality companies.  Then contact local dumpster services directly to get the best price when you rent a dumpster for construction debris, bulk trash, and any cleanup project..

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Container Pro

401 NW Waldo Street, Lake City, FL 32055
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Container Pro is the South's premier roll-off dumpster rental company. We offer a wide selection of containers available ranging from 15 to 40 yard dumpsters. Since our beginnings in 1973, the key to our success has been our focus on service and customer satisfaction.

Call (386) 867-8175
  • Our management team has over 1000 years of experience
  • 15 yard dumpsters, 20 yard dumpsters, 30 yard dumpsters, 40 yard dumpsters
  • Professional, experienced, hard working and dedicated employees

Unverified Dumpster Rental Services

Southland Waste Systems
13331 S Us Highway 441, Lake City, FL 32025
(352) 373-6776
Wright Container Services
Lake City, FL
(386) 364-5021
Lundy Septic
Lake City, FL
(386) 364-5485
Columbia Railroad
Lake City, FL
(386) 754-0307
Wilson's Containers
1291 E. Baya Ave., Lake City, FL 32025
(386) 755-7060

Dumpster Rental in Lake City, FL

How long can I keep the dumpster on site?

A 7-day rental period is pretty standard, although this can vary by dumpster rental company. Some companies offer 14-day rental periods included in the price while others may charge a fee for each extra day you have the container.

Most companies allow you to keep the container longer by paying a per day or per week rental fee, which typically ranges from $5 to $10 per day (but can vary). A maximum number of days may apply. You can also have the bin picked up earlier than the agreed upon pick-up date by calling the company and requesting a pick-up.

Do dumpster companies recycle the debris?

Some do and some don’t, though it depends mostly on whether recycling facilities are available in your area.  In recent years, recycling efforts have picked up drastically and so an increasing number of roll-off companies are able to offer recycling of C&D (construction and demolition) debris, asphalt roof shingles, concrete, and some other debris types.  General household trash is not recyclable and generally ends up in the landfill.

The best way to know if your debris is recycled is to first ask if it’s offered. If so, you’ll need to keep recyclables in a separate dumpster. For example, concrete debris should go in one dumpster and non-recyclable mixed trash in another.