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Dumpster rental costs in Alaska

The cost of renting a dumpster in Alaska varies greatly depending upon the location (city), supply/demand, size of the container, type of debris, rental duration, and several other factors.

The best way to get an accurate picture of how much a dumpster costs in your area is to contact two or more local rental providers to request a free quote.

Based on several years of data collected by HometownDumpsterRental.com, we have determined the national average cost to rent a dumpster are as follows:

  • 10 yards - $300
  • 20 yards - $380
  • 30 yards - $440
  • 40 yards - $490

Closer to home, get an idea of what other Alaska residents are paying for their dumpster rental:

  • 10 yard - $247
  • 20 yard - $355

Dumpster costs vary based on the city/metro you reside, as well as the other factors previously mentioned. For example, during the busy dumpster rental months (e.g., spring), containers are in limited supply, so costs may be slightly higher during this time. On the flip side, slow times of the year may net you a better deal on a dumpster.

Most common roll-off container sizes

Roll-off dumpster sizes vary, but the most common are:

  • 10 yard: 12 ft. x 8 ft. x 3.5 ft. (LxWxH)
  • 20 yard: 22 ft. x 8 ft. x 4 ft. (LxWxH)
  • 30 yard: 22 ft. x 8 ft. x 6 ft. (LxWxH)
  • 40 yard: 22 ft. x 8 ft. x 8 ft. (LxWxH)

The container sizes in your area may vary based on what the dumpster rental company carries, as well as the availability of specific containers. If you can’t find the container size you’re looking for, check with a different rental company near you.

Other relatively common container sizes include 8, 12 and 15 yarders. Still, other container sizes are also sometimes available. Trailer dumpsters are a roll-off dumpster alternative that work great for a wide range of situations.

You may need a permit to dispose of construction and demolition debris

The State of Alaska issues one-time disposal authorizations for asbestos or construction and demolition (C&D) debris totaling up to 1,000 cubic yards.

You must fill out the permit application and pay any applicable fees.

In most cases, your dumpster rental provider will handle this step for you or walk you through the permitting process.

Where can I find a landfill, composting facility or recycler in the State?

The State maintains a database of useful maps and information pertaining to landfill locations, accepted materials, contact information, etc.

***You can access a full list of the landfills here.

Contact information for the Division of Environmental Health Solid Waste Program

If you have questions about laws related to waste disposal in the State, or you need to learn more about anything pertaining to solid waste or recycling programs throughout the state, you can contact the Solid Waste Program offices in Anchorage at (907) 269-7802.