Memphis, TN Dumpster Rental For Demolition Projects
Roll Off Dumpster Rental in Memphis, TN
Roll-off construction dumpsters for jobs of any size
Arwood Waste Memphis, TN Division offers a variety of roll-off and construction dumpsters that are ready to meet the needs of any-sized construction or demolition project. From a small renovation or landscape project to a new building constructions, Arwood Waste provides the right-sized dumpsters, a reliable waste hauling service and competitive prices that will keep the project on time and on budget. Arwood Waste offers purchase, leasing and rental options for a variety of roll-off dumpster sizes and styles, as well as waste hauling service and maintenance options.
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Keeping your construction site clean and free of debris is good for safety, appearances and helps keep up worker morale. Plus, a trashy work site can make it hard to keep your project organized and on-track. Our roll-off dumpsters are great for construction and demolition sites as well as smaller projects like residential remodeling.
Here are some of the ways you can use our rolloff dumpster services: yard waste, construction tear outs and remodeling, bathroom renovation, roofing debris, kitchen renovation, disaster recovery and cleanup, cardboard recycling, metal recycling, driveway removal, demolition projects, and so much more! Scroll to the bottom of the page to see the roll off dumpster sizes we offer.
Sturdy Support and Design
Our dumpsters are sturdy and built with a heavy-gauge steel construction that will handle any waste thrown its ways, including concrete, metals, roofing tiles, drywall, wood, carpet and any other heavy or big items that can overwhelm your site and crew if you don’t have the proper waste removal solution in place.
The roll-off construction dumpster design makes it easy to place and pick up these dumpsters, no matter how much debris and trash you’ve loaded into it. The open tops make disposing of the trash simple, no matter how large the debris, furnishing, large blocks of concrete, trees, or whatever is in the way. Our construction dumpsters are able to handle trash, debris and garbage of any size.
Construction Dumpster Waste Hauling
Arwood Waste backs up its construction dumpster rental with reliable, on-time waste hauling and support service. Whatever size and style of dumpster you’ve rented, Arwood Waste will handle the removal and dumping, leaving you to worry about your project and not the trash it generates. And with the roll-off construction dumpster design, trash removal is convenient and fast, causing minimum disruptions on the job site.
Contractor Dumpster Rentals
Arwood Waste understands that contractors have big waste removal needs. We offer a range of roll-off commercial dumpster sizes that are perfect for any sized job. Our contractor dumpster rental service is ideal for housing remodels, re-roofing projects, demolitions, new house and commercial building construction. The open-top design will make it easy to keep your site clean and the roll-off loading system will make waste hauling convenient, no matter what the job.
Roll-Off Dumpsters for Recycling
Arwood Waste offers a full-range of recycling options for our roll-off construction dumpster services. Materials like cardboard, steel, concrete, waste water and yard rubbish can be conveniently collected and affordably recycled with our construction dumpster service. Recycling materials through Arwood Waste’s commercial dumpster service can help improve your business image while also improving our community by helping provide a cleaner environment.
Construction dumpsters are priced on the size of the dumpster, the weight of the trash and the costs for hauling the waste. We offer purchase, leasing and rental plans to meet any construction or renovation need. Arwood Waste offers competitive pricing and superior service. Be sure to call Arwood Waste first at 901-457-4537 to get roll off dumpster rental prices or for any other construction dumpster and waste hauling needs in Memphis, TN.
Expert Services and Support
The experts at Arwood Waste can help review your construction, landscaping or remodeling project to make sure you have the size and service that will keep your construction site clean and orderly. On the job site, not only is having the right sized construction dumpster critical, so is having it positioned in the right way to make sure its easy to access and makes tossing waste and debris easy and convenient. If you’re in Memphis, TN and need a waste removal solution, call Arwood Waste today at 901-457-4537 to rent a dumpster today!
Roll-Off Dumpster Sizes
Arwood Waste rents a full range of construction dumpsters. No project is too small or too big. Even if it’s just a few pickup loads, renting a dumpster from Arwood Waste will save time, money and headaches while making the project easier to finish.
Roll-off construction dumpster options include:
10-15 cubic yard roll-off construction dumpster.
- Great for landscaping, small renovation projects.
- Holds 5-6 pickup truck loads.
20 cubic yard roll-off construction dumpsters.
- Ideal for a medium-sized project, garage clean out.
- Holds 10 pickup truck loads.
30 cubic yard roll-off construction dumpster.
- Perfect solution for commercial construction, residential renovations.
- Holds 15 pickup truck loads.
40 cubic yard roll-off construction dumpsters.
- Great for large construction projects, new home construction.
- Holds 20 pickup truck loads.
Memphis, TN Roll -Off and Commercial Dumpsters Portable Toilet Temporary Fencing, Restroom Trailers, Septic Pumpouts, Potable Storage Rental and Curbside Waste Collection
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City of Memphis Solid Waste Management provides three (3) recycling programs:
- Curbside recycling – Provided for all single family homes and multi-family housing of 8 units or less.
- Recycling drop-off centers – Provided for residents of apartment complexes and private developments not serviced by City of Memphis Solid Waste Management. Five (5) drop-off centers are located throughout the city (see Recycling Drop-off Centers).
- Yard waste recycling- Mulching and composting of thousands of tons annually of limbs, branches, trees, leaves, shrubbery and other organic waste commonly generated from residential yards (see YARD WASTE RECYCLING).
Curbside Recycling Container
All homes serviced by City of Memphis Solid Waste Management are issued one, 18-gallon, tan recycling bin, capable of holding one or more weeks worth of household recyclable material. Please recycle only the materials identified in promotional literature and this web site.
Curbside Recycling Collection Schedule
Curbside recycling collection is every week on the same day as garbage collection.
Recycle the Following Items:
Recycle Steel Cans– All steel food, beverage and empty aerosol cans are accepted. You can even leave the labels and lids attached. Rinsing is recommended but not required.
Recycle Aluminum Cans– All empty aluminum food and beverage cans accepted. Label OK and rinsing is not required.
Recycle Plastic Bottles -All empty plastic milk, soda and other bottles and small food containers with the recycling symbol #1 PETE or #2 HDPE, usually made into the container side or bottom. Rinsing is recommended.
Recycle Empty aerosol cans
Recycle Aluminum used beverage containers
Recycle Aluminum foil, food trays, and wrappers
Recycle Cartons-food and beverage cartons including milk and juice cartons, juice boxes, creamers, soups, and broths.
Recycle Glass Bottles & Jars -All empty clear, brown and green bottles and jars are accepted. You can leave labels attached, but remember to remove lids. Rinsing is not required.
Recycle Newspapers and Magazines-All magazines, phone books and clean, dry newspapers with inserts are acceptable.
Recycle Cardboard –Corrugated and Paperboard (greyboard), e.g., cereal and shoe boxes. [BL1]
Recycle Office Paper & Mail/Junk Mail -White and colored paper, envelopes, manila folders, stationery, notebook paper, sticky notes etc.
Overflow or Excess -Place any overflow recyclables in clear plastic bags next to your recycling bin at curbside.
All of the above may be commingled into your bin or into overflow clear bags.
Your recycling bin is for recyclables only. UNACCEPTABLE items will be left in the bin for your disposal. The more you recycle, the more room there is in your green cart and the less trash that goes to landfills.
Recycling Drop-Off Centers
Five recycling drop-off centers are available for residents and businesses not serviced by City of Memphis Sold Waste Management.
- Downtown – Located in the gravel parking area on Mud Island Drive at the North entrance to Mud Island Park.
- East Memphis – Located on Moore Ed, approx. 300 yards off Germantown Parkway So., just south of the Shelby Showplace Arena at the Agricenter International.
- Midtown – Located on the corner of cooper and Walker at the First Congregational Church.
- Southeast – Located at the Hickory Hill Community Center at 3910 Ridgeway.
- ReCommunity – 3197 Farrisview Blvd. (located off American Way just west of Lamar intersection) This is the City’s recycling processing facility operated by ReCommunity. Place recycling material in carts located just outside the gate.
The items listed above for curbside recycling are accepted at these sites (other than cardboard). There are two tan containers for your convenience, one for paper items only and the other for cans and bottles. Please, help us keep these sites available and clean by recycling only what is acceptable and by placing all items in the containers, not on the ground.
YARD WASTE RECYCLING
The City of Memphis Bureau of Solid Waste Management collects approximately 400,000 tons of solid waste each year from the curbs of Memphis streets. Of that amount, it is estimated that 30% or more is organic waste, commonly referred to as yard waste or brush. Consequently, with the advent of waste reduction laws and goals in the early 1990’s, coupled with the desire of solid waste managers to manage yard waste more efficiently, a yard waste recycling program was developed in 1995.
The yard waste recycling operations are part of the City’s Solid Waste Recycling Department, which also manages the City’s curbside recycling program of household items, appliance recycling and various other recycling programs. Yard waste recycling is based at the City’s Earth Complex Compost Facility, located at 2389 Hennington in southwest Memphis, with satellite staging sites in the north and east service areas of the city. This is a mobile recycling operation, which moves from site to site, grinding the staged brush into mulch, whereupon, the resulting mulch is purchased and removed by a contractor from the respective sites. However, surplus quantities of the mulch are kept in reserve for use on various City properties and projects. Additionally, bagged leaves are transferred to the Earth Complex Compost Facility during the high volume leaf season of November through January, where the leaves are debagged and composted into a rich soil amendment. After six to eight months of monitoring, the final compost product, is sold to contractors and used internally. Although the amount of yard waste generated by Memphis dictates how much can be recycled, the City usually recycles between 80,000 tons and 100,000 tons per year.
Occasionally, free mulch is provided by the Bureau of Solid Waste Management for citizens of Memphis in various locations throughout the city, on a load-your-own, while-it-lasts basis. Watch for notices in the local media regarding times and places. For more information call 576-6851 Ext. 1.
The Learning Bin Recycling Curriculum
The Learning Bin Recycling Curriculum was designed to introduce recycling and other waste disposal alternatives to children in grades K – 5, so they can practice these habits at home. Over 3,000 Memphis school teachers have access to this curriculum which teaches students about the environment, recycling, composting and other waste management methods. The activates and exercises are both easy to use and adaptable to a variety of teaching environments and address both national and Memphis City Schools’ educational standards.
RE-PETE was designed to guide students through recycling and make learning fun. The lovable little guy weighs in at 3 lbs., 8 oz. and answers to the name RE-PETE. His daddy, PETE was introduced to Memphis a few years ago as part of the Earth Complex logo. RE-PETE will be featured throughout the guide so students can follow along with him and his adventures in recycling. RE-PETE will practice good waste management habits and pass them along to the students to use at home.
The Learning Bin’s Creation
The Learning Bin Curriculum was created by the City of Memphis Recycling Department, within the Division of Public Works, with the help of Sossaman Bateman & Associates. Most valuable was the input from Dr. Ron W. Cleminson, Ph. D. at the University of Memphis Center for Environmental, Energy, Science and Education, and his 1998 summer Elementary Science Curriculum class, which consisted of local school teachers. Once created, The Learning Bin was approved by the Mayor and Superintendent, who recommended its implementation into all Memphis City School elementary classrooms.
Unverified Rental Service Providers
Renting Temporary Trash Bin in Memphis may Require a Permit
Do I need a permit to rent a roll-off dumpster?
In most cases, you don’t need a permit for dumpster rentals in Memphis. However, some circumstances may require a permit:
- If you need to place the dumpster on a city street, a right of way permit may have to be secured in order to abide by the Memphis City Codes.
- A permit is also necessary if the dumpster is to be placed within the downtown solid waste collection district at a rate of $200 per month (as of 2013).
Ask your Memphis local AW Provider www.awwaste.com if a permit will be necessary in your situation. In most cases, they’ll be more than willing to help you or even take care of the permitting process for you altogether.
How much does it cost to rent a dumpster?
With a nationwide network of more than 10,000 dumpster, portable toilet, portable storage and demolition contract providers, Arwood Waste can provide services to homeowners, business owners and general contractors no matter where they are. And all our trucks are equipped with GPS and we have a direct network that keeps us in contact with our drivers to help keep you up to date with service times.
Areas of Service
Dumpster and Portable Toilet Rental Area
Arlington, Brunswick, Byhalia, Collierville, Cordova, Crawfordsville, Eads, Edmondson, Ellendale, Gallaway, Germantown, Gilmore, Horn Lake, Lake Cormorant, Marion, Memphis, Millington, Nesbit, Olive Branch, Proctor, Southaven, Turrell, Victoria, Walls, West Memphis
Zip Codes Service Area
37501, 37544, 38002, 38014, 38016, 38017, 38018, 38027, 38028, 38029, 38036, 38053, 38054, 38055, 38083, 38088, 38101, 38103, 38104, 38105, 38106, 38107, 38108, 38109, 38111, 38112, 38113, 38114, 38115, 38116, 38117, 38118, 38119, 38120, 38122, 38124, 38125, 38126, 38127, 38128
Counties Service Area