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Dumpster Rental in Little Falls, MN

Call locally owned companies directly to get the best deal on roll off dumpster rental in Little Falls, Minnesota.  Hometown has done multiple industry surveys comparing prices for local haulers to companies like Waste Management and to out-of-state dumpster brokers.   There's no doubt... you get better prices when you rent directly from a local hauler. 

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temporary trash bin delivery
Serving Little Falls, MN

A-1 Hauling was founded in 1999 and remains a family owned and operated company committed to competitive prices and the best service.  Our trucks are compact enough to deliver a dumpster into alley ways and tight driveways, which can help you save money by avoiding expensive street permits.

(763) 244-3808

Unverified Dumpster Rental Services

Otremba Disposal Systems
9992 Highway 10, Little Falls, MN 56345
(320) 632-9305
City Sanitary-Commercial
1216 Parkview Dr, Little Falls, MN 56345
(320) 632-8234
Lemieur Bob
14827 Pine Ave, Little Falls, MN 56345
(320) 632-9141
A Quality Electrical Services
179 Po Box, Little Falls, MN 56345
(320) 616-2043
Pierz Sanitation
330 Main St S, Pierz, MN 56364
(320) 468-6622

More tips on renting a dumpster in Little Falls, MN

How long can I keep a temporary dumpster?

A 7-day rental period is often standard, although this can vary by company. Some dumpster services 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 trash bin picked up earlier than the agreed upon pick-up date by calling the company and requesting a pick-up.

Can any of my trash or debris be recycled?

Household junk or trash is taken to the landfill.  Some types of construction and demolition debris may be able to be recycled, but it depends mostly on whether recycling facilities are available in your area.  In recent years, recycling efforts have picked up significantly 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.  

The best way to know if your debris can be recycled is to first ask your selected disposal service. 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.