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November 8, 2022

Complete Guide on Concrete Dumpster Rentals in Phoenix

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Complete Guide on Concrete Dumpster Rentals in Phoenix

One of the most common reasons you might need a Phoenix dumpster rental is for concrete disposal. Concrete dumpsters are rather common and offer the right way to get rid of concrete. Since it’s a material that can be recycled, you want to make sure you work with the right dumpster rental service to recycle your old concrete. Many projects will require a concrete dumpster rental. These dumpsters tend to be smaller in size, due to the transportation restrictions on this specific material. When you rent a concrete dumpster in Phoenix, expect to use a 10-yard dumpster, 15-yard dumpster, or 20-yard dumpster.

Concrete Dumpster Restrictions 

The weight limit you will have to work within often means you can fill a 10-yard dumpster all the way, but a 20-yard dumpster can only be filled halfway. Going too far with concrete disposal can put you over the weight limit and cause extra work and fees to be charged by your dumpster rental company. Along with the weight limit, you will not want to mix in any other types of trash or junk. Since concrete can be recycled, your concrete dumpster will be sent to a recycling center in Phoenix. If you mix in other types of trash, it will have to go to a C&D landfill and the charge will be per ton for disposal. A good dumpster rental company in Phoenix will go over all the dumpster rental restrictions when you need to use a concrete dumpster. 

Materials That Can Go into a Phoenix Concrete Dumpster

While it’s called a concrete dumpster, you can toss out a bit more than just concrete. The concrete you toss out has to be classified as clean concrete, as well. This means it will need to be free of trash, dirt, and roots from trees. Clean concrete can have some metal in it, but it cannot have excessive metal or it won’t be considered clean concrete. Along with clean concrete, you can also dispose of bricks and pavers. Both of these items can also be recycled and can go along with concrete to the same recycling center in your roll-off in Phoenix. It’s also possible to toss out a mixture of clean concrete, bricks, and pavers in your Phoenix dumpster rental.

Common Projects Concrete Dumpsters Work For

Of course, anytime you need to get rid of clean concrete, bricks, or pavers, you will likely need a concrete dumpster rental. Some of the many projects you can use this type of roll-off dumpster rental for include:
  • Home slab removal projects
  • Driveway replacements
  • Brick home demolition
  • Retaining wall tear-down projects
  • Sidewalk replacement projects
  • Paver patio demolition
Any project that requires you to toss out concrete, bricks, or pavers, will fit best with a concrete dumpster rental. Make sure you consider the materials you need to toss out and the size dumpster rental that will fit best for you.¬† When you’re ready to rent your next concrete dumpster in Phoenix, just call Waste Removal USA today or get an online quote at your earliest convenience. Concrete Dumpster Rentals Available In These Cities:

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