20 Yard Dumpster in Peoria, IL

Get the right dumpster size for your cleanup project. Compare disposal services renting 20 cubic yard dumpsters in Peoria, IL. Medium-size roll-off containers are great for cleaning out a house or garage and construction debris removal.

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Serving Peoria, IL

Serving Central Illinois since 1997, Contractor’s Disposal is the experienced choice when it comes to dumpster rental. We carry several dumpster sizes, including our 20 yarder measuring 18 ft. L x 7 ft. W x 5.5 ft. H. Choose this container for home renovation, cleanouts, renovation and more!

(309) 740-9145

Unverified Disposal Services

PDC Services Inc
4700 N Sterling Ave, Peoria, IL 61615
(309) 688-0760
PDC Services
1113 N Swords Ave, Peoria, IL 61604
(309) 674-5176
Peoria Disposal
2231 W Altorfer Dr, Peoria, IL 61615
(309) 692-9688
Bubba Dump Dumpsters
407 S Lilac St, Elmwood, IL 61529
(309) 672-1879
Grimm Bros Trucking Inc
1111 Kingsbury Rd, Washington, IL 61571
(309) 444-8900
Grimm Bros Trucking Inc
1090 W Jefferson St, Morton, IL 61550
(309) 263-2390
Pekin City of
1130 Koch St, Pekin, IL 61554
(309) 478-5444
Captain Hook Inc.
309 S Glasford Rd, Glasford, IL 61533
(309) 565-7676
Ben Neville Disposal Service
210 W Olive St, Minier, IL 61759
(309) 392-2407
Wigand Disposal Company
19908 N State Route 29, Chillicothe, IL 61523
(309) 274-4589

About 20 Yard Dumpsters

How much does a 20 yard dumpster cost?

Rental rates vary based on several factors, including your location, type of debris and duration of the rental. Nationally, the cost of a 7-day 20 yard container rental ranges from $350 to $400, but costs in Peoria can be higher or lower. The best way to get an accurate look at the rental costs for a 20 yard roll-off is to call at least two local rental companies to compare pricing. Hometown’s verified dumpster rental companies offer free quotes.

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Wastes and debris types permitted for disposal in 20 yard dumpsters

Most any debris resulting from the following projects are good to go:

  1. Household cleanouts and junk removal
  2. Construction and demolition (C&D) debris disposal
  3. Renovation and remodeling debris

This includes, but is not limited to furniture, appliances (not containing Freon), wood, drywall, flooring, kitchen/bathroom fixtures and demolition debris.

Certain wastes are prohibited due to local and federal environmental laws. Common wastes that shouldn’t go into the dumpster include:

  • Motor oil and other liquids
  • Chemicals (e.g., insecticides or pesticides)
  • Scrap tires (sometimes acceptable for an additional fee)
  • Asbestos debris
  • Electronics (e-waste) – some companies may accept some e-waste