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Graham Waste Services

Serving Barnstable, MA

Graham Waste Services offers 10, 15, 20, 30 and 40 yard roll-off dumpsters at competitive prices that are ideal for residential and industrial projects. Call us for any type of bulk trash or debris removal today!

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(781) 383-3383

Coastal Waste Management

129T Shellback Way, Mashpee MA 2649

Coastal Waste Management was founded by two local friends with a passion for the waste and recycling industry. We aim to make dumpster rental accessible to everyone! We take pride in getting rid of waste responsibly, efficiently and affordably. Get your free roll-off dumpster quote today!

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(508) 648-9230

Roll Off Dumpster Tips for Barnstable, MA

Roll-Off Dumpsters

Different Types of Bulk Waste Containers

Roll-offs: These are the most popular choice for a wide range of cleanups, including construction jobs, demolition, household cleanouts, roofing work and more. Roll-offs are rented for a temporary basis and the rental provider drops it off, picks it up and disposes of the debris for the customer. Roll-off dumpster sizes range from 10 to 40 cubic yards. Commercial or business dumpsters: These bins are used by businesses for weekly trash removal needs. Commercial dumpster sizes generally range from 1 to 8 cubic yards. The waste hauler empties the container at a set interval, similarly to that of weekly trash pickups offered to residences. Rubber-tired dumpsters: These are used similarly to roll-offs. They may be referred to as 'rubber-wheeled dumpsters' or 'trailer dumpsters' as well. Because these bins are on wheels, they're ideal for use on softer ground. Not all waste haulers offer dumpster trailers. Sizes are generally smaller compared to roll-offs. Bag-style: These are designed for small amounts of renovation or demolition debris (e.g., 3 cubic yards or less). They’re made from tough materials that are flexible, yet strong. The “Bagster” is a popular bag-style waste container that’s available at most home improvement stores or through waste hauling companies. You’ll generally pay for the bag and for disposal costs. Learn more: Dumpster Rental 101: How to Rent a Dumpster