Rent a Dumpster in Crossville, TN
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At Dump Your Junk LLC, we’re your locally owned and operated dumpster rental solution. Our stock of 12 to 25 cubic yard dumpsters can accommodate any size cleanup. We offer speedy service and affordable rental rates. The vast majority of the time, we can drop off the same day!
Zters Waste Value works hard to provide outstanding customer service. We offer a variety of waste management solutions including temporary dumpster rental, storage containers, portable toilet and portable fencing rental. Call today and our friendly representatives can quickly help you schedule a roll-off dumpster.
Locally owned and operated, Selk Sanitation serves all of Crossville and Knoxville, Tennessee. They offer free, hassle-free quotes and boast the best rates in town. They specialize in dumpster rental, junk removal, port-a-toilets, and more.
Santek Waste Services has been serving the waste management needs of homeowners, commercial and industrial customers for more than 25 years. Our vast knowledge in landfill management ensures eco-friendly disposal of all the waste we haul.
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How long can I keep a temporary dumpster?
A 7-day rental period is pretty standard, although this can vary by company. Some dumpster services offer 14-day rental periods included in the price while others may charge a daily fee for longer rental periods.
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. 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 provider. 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.