Average dumpster rental prices in Colorado
The cost of renting a dumpster in Colorado 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 yard - $300
- 20 yard - $380
- 30 yard - $440
- 40 yard - $490
Closer to home, get an idea of what other Colorado residents have paid for their dumpster rental:
- 10 yard - $265 (bathroom remodel)
- 20 yard - $309 (yard waste disposal)
- 30 yard - $400 (construction debris)
- 40 yard - $420 (construction debris)
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.
E-waste is banned from Colorado landfills
Computers, printers, computer peripherals, mp3 players, DVD players, TVs and other electronics are banned from entering Colorado landfills. While this has been the case for businesses and corporations for quite some time, it is now the law for Colorado residents as well.
Senate Bill 12-133 passed in July, 2013 made it illegal for residents to dump any sort of e-waste into the trash.
So where can you dispose of e-waste?
The Colorado Department of Public Health suggests using one of the following to find a local e-waste recycler:
- Find one on the Map
- Find by your zip code (GreenGadgets.org)
- E-cycling Central: Colorado
Learn more about Colorado’s solid waste rules, regulations and laws
Colorado has a variety of statutes, regulations and laws governing the disposal and hauling of wastes within the State. It’s important to brush up on these to ensure you don’t violate any laws during your next bulk waste removal, renovation, roofing job or cleanout project.
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