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Dumpster Rental in Kalamazoo, MI

Surveys of 10 yard and 20 yard dumpster rental prices showed that homeowners and contractors looking to rent a roll off dumpster can save money by calling locally owned dumpster companies directly.  On average, renting directly from a local, smaller dumpster service saved $50 - $150 when compared to large, national trash services like Waste Management. It's the same for out-of-state dumpster brokers who claim to be"budget", but  are actually charging an additional 10% to 20% on top of a local hauler's price.  Rent local and save!

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Serving Kalamazoo, MI

We rent dumpsters for contractors, industrial, commercial, and residential customers. Our goal is to offer the best service in the industry. We offer competitive prices to help with your waste removal need. Call today for trash removal or construction debris removal jobs that require a temporary dumpster.

(616) 259-5832

Unverified Dumpster Rental Services

Allied Waste Services
3432 Gembrit Cir, Kalamazoo, MI 49001
(877) 840-3560
Affordable Waste Services
7768 N. Riverview Dr., Kalamazoo, MI 49004
(269) 599-4465
Best Way Disposal
2314 Miller Rd, Kalamazoo, MI 49001
(269) 388-3300
EverKept Disposal
2011 Palmer Ave, Kalamazoo, MI 49001
(269) 324-6022
Best Way Disposal
2314 Miller Road, Kalamazoo, MI 49001
(800) 950-5519
Crosstown Hauling Service
6560 Picadilly Dr, Kalamazoo, MI 49048
(269) 344-0946
Going Green
1050 E Michigan Ave, Kalamazoo, MI 49048
(269) 381-1213
Best Way Disposal
38016 W Red Arrow Hwy, Paw Paw, MI 49079
(269) 657-4101
Magic Disposal Service P 0
284 Po Box, Hartford, MI 49057
(269) 621-2665

Construction Debris Disposal and Dumpster Rental in Kalamazoo, MI

If I'm remodeling my home in K-Zoo, how do I dispose of the renovation debris on the cheap?


Unfortunately, the City of Kalamazoo does not lump renovation/construction/demolition debris into the free monthly bulk waste pick up.


If you try to slide under the radar and place these items to the curb it could result in you being charged for the cost of removal and it would be a violation of City Code. 


A lot of C&D debris (construction & demolition debris) are recyclable materials, but Michigan does not have strict recycling laws regarding C&D debris.


If reuse or recycling is the name of the game for you, you could contact a free recycling center or call Kalamazoo Habitat for Humanity to see if they are interested in any of your reusable construction materials.


Another tip... check out the Department of Environmental Quality in Michigan's website for helpful information and tips about green building and how to deconstruct in an environmentally friendly way.


Okay... back to your question, how do you dispose of renovation debris on the cheap?  Well, disposal of non-reusable debris is not free... but it is convenient.


The best way to remove and dispose of renovation debris that is not reusable is to rent a roll off container from a local dumpster rental provider in Kalamazoo.


The provider will drop off a dumpster to your location and you call them when it is ready for pick up. Bing, bang, boom, your done! You're looking at a price of about $270 - $370, which is not bad considering hauling and gas, labor, and landfill fees involved in the collection and transport.

More tips for renting a dumpster in Kalamazoo, MI

TIP: Work with a locally owned and operated dumpster service, which is almost always the cheapest way to rent a dumpster.  Avoid the most expensive rental options:

  1. Very large, national companies like Waste Management are more expensive than smaller, local companies.  We compared Waste Management's dumpster prices to locally operated companies in 48 metro areas and found WM was over $100 more expensive, on average.
  2. There are a lot of brokers in the dumpster business.  Some, like Zters Waste, are reputable. Many others are not.  Brokers are an out-of-state middleman that books the dumpster at a higher rate than the local going rate, takes a cut, and passes the order on to a local hauler for the delivery and pickup.  They aren't local and don't actually own any dumpsters, though some pretend as if they do.  Worse, some claim to be "budget" dumpster companies that have lower prices... which is almost always false.

Calling a locally owned and operated hauler directly is how to get the best price on dumpster rental.  

See our guide to dumpster rental prices for more info.