Dumpster Rental costs can vary depending on the season and relationship with the landfill. It might be simply because the landfills charge them more, or they might charge by weight, and they might actually charge for gas expenses and days the dumpster rental is kept over the restricted period.
Base Rate. The base is the flat rate cost of the dumpster rental size. The cost of the base rate will be most of the cost you spend for a dumpster rental. These rates don’t change very often, and you can find these prices directly us by contacting us directly at (888) 316-0324.
Tonnage Fee. A tonnage fee is explained as the amount (in tons) over the weight limit designated for a particular dumpster rental. For instance, the weight limit of a twenty yard dumpster is four tons. If you toss more than 4 tons of rubbish into the roll off dumpster, then you will be billed a flat rate of $50 or so.
Tipping Fee. Tipping fees are costs that the landfill charges every time we tip the rubbish off our roll off and into the landfill area. These fees vary by state and a great resource to find more information on tipping fees can be discovered here.
Late Dumpster Rental Return Fee. Sometimes projects will take longer than anticipated, and because of that, you will have to keep the dumpster longer than the agreed upon time of time. Just let us know ahead of time and usually we can give you a few extra days.
Refill Fee. Every time your dumpster needs to be refilled, it will be charged. This is the same for every dumpster hauler in the business.
Hazardous Waste Fee. This fee can get pretty expensive so be responsible and don’t throw hazardous waste into dumpsters. Dangerous waste can be any of the following:
- Paints and solvents
- Motor oil or antifreeze
- Cleaning agents
Miscellaneous Fees. Occasionally dumpster rentals will require a permit from your local municipality to park a dumpster on a public street or cul-de-sac. Call your local municipality for more info.
Extra Fee To Toss These Materials: