Commercial Waste Management Services in Kansas City, MO

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M.N. Parker LLC

Kansas City, MO

M.N. Parker LLC specializes in dumpster rental and debris/junk removal services as well as demolition. We have earned a reputation for our expertise, integrity, and customer-driven services. Our goal is to exceed expectations while providing high-quality services we... more

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Huntley Disposal, LLC

Smithville, MO

Locally owned and operated, Huntley Disposal has been serving the Kansas City metro since 1986. We take pride in providing you with reliable and friendly service, and enjoy working with our many longtime customers. Headquartered in Smithville, Missouri, we offer a... more

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Bin There Dump That Kansas City

4.9
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Liberty, MO

Bin There Dump That specializes in affordable residential-friendly bin rentals. Bins are different than dumpsters as they are compact and can fit easily into driveways, alleys and tight spaces. They load from the rear with double door access. Our bins... more

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1-800-JUNKPRO Kansas City

5.0
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Kansas City, MO

1-800-JUNKPRO has been serving Kansas City and nearby communities since 1999. Our team is qualified to deal with the biggest and smallest waste disposal projects. Whether you are doing a remodeling project or you're cleaning out an entire house... more

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Royal Rolloffs Kansas City Division

5.0
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Lee's Summit, MO

Royal Rolloffs is a revolutionary dumpster company offering 24/7 dumpster rentals, swaps and pickups. We are based in Lees Summit and locally owned and operated. We have multiple crews on staff to handle all of your needs. We offer the speed... more

Commercial Waste Management Tips for Kansas City, MO

Commercial Waste Dumpsters

What sizes do front load dumpsters come in and how do I know what size my business needs?

Commercial front load dumpsters come in a range of different sizes, including 2 yard, 3 yard, 4 yard, 6 yard, and 8 yard.

These containers can usually be used for garbage or recycling depending on your area and service provider. 

If you are a new business and are unsure just how much garbage or recycling your company will be accumulating, here is general idea:

  • 2 yard: Small companies, restaurants, retail stores with 20 employees or less
  • 4 yard: Slightly larger companies such as office buildings, restaurants, etc. with under 100 employees
  • 6 yard: Larger stores or businesses, clinics, office buildings, apartments with under 250 residents or employees
  • 8 yard: Larger facilities and businesses with under 500 employees or residents

Keep in mind that the terms of your contract will determine the frequency of pick up which can be daily, weekly, bi-weekly or monthly. 

I just opened a new business and have never signed a commercial waste contract before, how does it work?

When signing on with a commercial waste hauler, it can be confusing if you are choosing the right company and contract.

Usually, cities do not have franchised haulers for commercial waste removal, so that means you will be in the market for a private hauler that offers commercial services.

Get multiple quotes. It is always a good idea to get a few quotes from local or national haulers before signing a contract for any length of time.

Negotiate. Commercial waste management can be a game of negotiation for the price and length of the contract. Try to sign the shortest contract with the best local company at a reasonable rate. A short contract allows you to get familiar with the company and decide if you want to stay on board long-term or find another hauler.  

Determine how often your dumpster will need to be emptied. This will be determined by the amount of trash consumed and pick up guidelines of the hauler. Not sure? Let your chosen hauler know and they can help you nail down a timeline that will work best.

Keep reading: Commercial Dumpster Service Guide for Business Owners