Roll Off Dumpsters in Billings, MT

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Earth First Aid

451 Charles Street, Billings MT 59101

Earth First Aid is the leading source for all things recycling in Billings, MT and surrounding areas. Give us a call, and we’ll get you started with three bins for paper, plastic, and aluminum/steel cans. We also accept ...

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Mackenzie Disposal Inc

1041 4th Ave N, Billings MT 59103

Mackenzie Disposal Inc. is a locally owned and operated waste hauling company committed to excellence in service and value. We offer a broad range of disposal solutions, including residential/commercial trash service, dumpster rental and junk hauling.We have a ...

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Roll-Off Containers

How much is it to rent a temporary dumpster?

A 20 yard roll-off bin can cost as little as $350 in some cities, while in other cities rental fees can top $550 for the same size container.

The standard rental includes seven days and a set weight allowance which varies by company.

Rates can vary widely depending upon where you live, so be sure to call at least two rental providers before booking one to be sure you’re getting the best deal.

Larger containers carry heftier fees compared to smaller bins.

For example, 40 yard roll-offs generally start in the $550 range and go up from there.

Again, this can vary by location and according to your individual needs.

 Other fees to consider (these don’t apply in every case):

  • Exceeding the weight allowance leads to overage charges ($75-$100 per ton, typically)
  • Daily fee for keeping the container longer than the standard rental period
  • Charges for disposal of “special” wastes, such as scrap auto tires

What sizes do dumpster rentals come in?

The most common roll-off dumpster sizes include:

Your dumpster rental provider will help in choosing the ideal container size for the job.

Learn more: The Ultimate Guide to Dumpster Sizes