Some projects don’t require a large 30 or 40 yard dumpster, and that’s where 10 yard and smaller dumpsters come in handy.
When talking about small or “mini” dumpsters, there are three primary options: roll-off dumpsters, trailer dumpsters, or bag-style dumpsters.
Dumpsters come in a wide range of sizes and types. You’ve likely seen traditional roll-off dumpsters at construction or demolition sites. Dumpster trailers are a variation of a traditional roll-off that works great in many situations. These bins are also referred to as trailer dumpsters, rubber-wheeled dumpsters, and dump trailers.
This guide will cover the differences between traditional roll-off dumpsters and trailer dumpsters, and go over the benefits of each, including when one container type might be a better choice than the other.