Daytona Self- Contained Garbage Compactor

Compactors provided in Daytona Beach, FL

2337 Bellevue Avenue, Daytona Beach, FL 32114

If you need to dispose large volumes of garbage in a minimal space, our self-contained compactors, or breakaway compactors, are the perfect solution. We offer several kinds of compactors great for anything from mixed solid and food waste, to paper and cardboard waste. These high-powered hydraulic compactors compress your garbage to one fourth of original space. Ranging up to 40 yards, our large self-contained compactors are ideal for factories, grocery stores, apartment complexes, shopping malls and more.

Small Space and Large Volume

For limited space and high garbage volume, our front loading compactors are the perfect solution. Easily situated in small areas, front loading compactors are well suited for restaurants or apartment complexes, providing a reduced-odor alternative to the typical front loading dumpster. We also offer recycling services to fit your specific need and provide an environment friendly solution.

Compactors Make it Easy

Renting a compactor is simple. You fill it up, the compactor does the work, and we haul it away –easy as that. Servicing your self-contained compactor can be as frequent as once a week depending on your volume. Our self-contained compactors are highly durable, reliable and safe.

Find the right self-containing compactor that fits your needs and budget.

Easy online ordering in Daytona Beach, FL

When you take on a home repair, remodel, roofing project or cleanout, it can generate a lot more waste than usual. To help manage the mess, We offer open-top roll-off containers for rent in 10,20, 30 or 40 cubic yards and concrete 20yd dumpsters. They can be used for all levels of non hazardous waste collection, as well as recycling collection.

Unverified Waste Companies & Services

Container Systems
506 Bellevue Avenue, Daytona Beach, FL 32114
(386) 253-5555
J & S Salvage & Hauling
Waste Pro of Daytona
925 S. Clyde Morris Boulevard
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
(386) 295-4948
1378 S Volusia Ave, Orange City, FL 32763
(386) 774-6162
2715 Staten Ave, Orlando, FL 32804
(407) 299-1380
Masterline Dumpster Service
360 N Delaware Ave, Deland, FL 32720
(386) 740-8600
Advanced Disposal
9526 Sidney Hayes Rd, Orlando, FL 32824
(407) 855-3400
Construction Services
6291 All American Blvd, Orlando, FL 32810
(407) 298-8025
Southeastern Data
142 Park Rd., Oviedo, FL 32765
(407) 971-4654
Brian’s Truck & Tractor Services
4868 W Ponkan Rd, Apopka, FL 32712
(407) 889-9185
Gel Corp
1200 S. Leavitt Ave., Orange City, FL 32763
(386) 775-5385

Disposal Service Guide for Residents of Daytona Beach, FL

Earn rewards for recycling

If you haven’t already, sign up at Waste Pro Rewards to start saving on disposal service bills. This program rewards residents who recycle on a consistent basis. It’s free to participate.

Where to dispose of household hazardous wastes (HHWs)

Bring these wastes to the Tomoka Farms Road Landfill. There’s also a paint exchange program run at this facility. Call the landfill at 947-2952 for more information.

Contact the Solid Waste Management Division at 386-671-8670 for questions regarding garbage and recycling in Daytona Beach.

Landfill Fees

Landfills usually charge by the ton and that cost will get passed on to the individual booking the roll-off dumpster. The landfill fees in one city could be anywhere between 3 and 4 times the cost in a another city, which substantially impacts rates.

Sort of Waste Material

Heavy waste material like construction waste or roofing shingles will be more expensive to get rid of than lighter general every day debris. When the construction debris or shingles are recyclable locally, then that type of waste might actually be cheaper than general household rubbish. Generally, the price to dump at a recycling station is significantly less compared to the price associated with dumping in a landfill.

Transport Costs

Gasoline costs and also the location of the location where the debris container will be delivered influence rental prices as well. If the location is far away from a recycling center or landfill, then the transport expense is likely to be more.

Recycle Florida Today

Recycle Florida Today (RFT) takes a proactive approach to boosting recycling rates and overall sustainability in the State of Florida. It keeps the public informed of recycling legislation and laws pertaining to recycling in the State. It also hosts an annual conference to help bring together leaders in the recycling industry in an effort to exchange ideas, improve recycling technology, and to further the State’s progress toward reaching its 75% recycling goal.

Posted on January 7, 2016 in