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Average trash dumpster rental costs in North Dakota
The cost of renting a dumpster in North Dakota varies based upon the location (city), container availability, dumpster size, type of waste, rental duration, and several other factors.
Get an accurate idea of local dumpster rental rates by contacting two or more local rental providers to request a free quote. Why at least two? That way you can make sure you’re getting fair market value for your rental.
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-$360*
- 20 yards - $380-$456*
- 30 yards - $440-$528*
- 40 yards - $490-$588
*The costs in North Dakota may be higher or lower than these averages. The exact cost will vary based on location, type of debris and hauler. Check with local dumpster rental haulers to get an exact quote.
Learn more: What’s included in the dumpster rental price?
In North Dakota, dumpster rental pricing is on par with national averages. That said, costs can vary by season, rental provider and other factors listed above. Call and get quotes for current pricing in your area.
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- Dumpster for rentt in Bismark
- Rent a dumpster in Fargo
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- Roll-off dumpsters for rent in Minot
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Composting at home reduces waste by 25%
About a quarter of the waste landfilled in the U.S. is compostable. This includes waste like yard debris, food waste, and paper products. Composting is great for the environment and can actually save you money in two ways:
- You’re making free 100% organic fertilizer for your garden, flower beds, indoor plantings, or to add to your top soil. You don’t have to buy it at the store.
- Composting can reduce the amount of waste you generate, which may allow you to downsize your waste container needs and save a few bucks on your waste hauling bill.
It’s easy to compost at home, and no, it doesn’t smell like rotting garbage if you do it right. It’s a matter of mixing “brown” materials like twigs, dead leaves and clean paper with “green” materials like coffee grounds/filters, fruit/veggie scraps, nut shells and egg shells (no whole eggs).
Mix in a higher ratio of brown materials to avoid a stinky batch of compost. Mix weekly and keep moist with water. That’s all it takes to start reaping the benefits of compost.