Concrete Dumpster Rentals

Ensure your construction site stays tidy and debris-free with our dependable roll-off dumpsters designed specifically for concrete waste.

We offer service nationwide and can help on any job small or large.

Call us today to keep your project on schedule!

Dumpster for concrete disposal

Need a Dumpster for Concrete Disposal?

Whatever the project, we've got you covered! We'll determine the perfect size and quantity of dumpsters to handle your concrete waste efficiently. Whether you're demolishing a concrete patio or replacing an old sidewalk, leave the debris disposal to us, allowing you to concentrate on your priorities.

Most Popular Size for Concrete Disposal

For safe hauling of heavy debris, we recommend our 10-yard dumpster, a popular choice that minimizes the risk of exceeding weight limits and incurring additional fees.

Typical Weight Limit: 10 tons or 20,000 pounds

Average Cost: $300 to $800
(Prices vary by location and may differ from this range.)

If you require a different size, our 15 and 20-yard dumpsters can also handle heavy debris, but they must still adhere to the 10-ton weight restriction. Explore our range of roll-off container sizes to find the perfect fit.

Use our concrete weight calculator to determine the ideal bin size for your debris.

10 Yard Roll Off Dumpster to Scale

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How to Estimate Your Disposal Needs

Our concrete-exclusive dumpsters are ideal for clearing up after various demolition tasks. Whether you're it's a DIY project or overseeing a construction site, we'll ensure you're equipped with the necessary resources.

Perfect for Projects Such as:

  • Parking lot renovations.
  • Paver walkway removal.
  • Residential driveway renovations.
  • Cleanup following mid-sized demolitions.

If you're disposing of other heavy materials, consider a mixed-heavy debris dumpster. For sites with assorted construction debris, we might suggest multiple dumpsters for convenient on-site sorting.

How much does a square foot of concrete weigh?

Depth Weight per square foot
1 inch deep 12.5 lb/sq ft
2 inch deep 25 lb/sq ft
3 inch deep 38 lb/sq ft
4 inch deep 50 lb/sq ft
5 inch deep 62 lb/sq ft
6 inch deep 75 lb/sq ft

Concrete Disposal FAQs

General

  • Can I mix concrete with other debris in the dumpster?

    It’s generally recommended to keep concrete separate from other materials like household waste or yard debris. Mixing concrete with lighter materials can cause the dumpster to exceed weight limits, resulting in additional fees. If you need to dispose of both concrete and other debris, consider renting separate dumpsters.

  • What is the maximum weight limit for concrete in a dumpster?

    A 10 or 12-yard dumpster filled with concrete is the maximum size that can be hauled, weighing approximately 10-12 tons. Larger dumpsters cannot be filled with concrete due to weight limits.

    For a 20-yard dumpster, you can only fill it about 1/2 full with concrete before hitting the 10-ton weight limit.

    For a 30-yard dumpster, you can only fill it about 1/3 full with concrete due to the 10-ton weight limit.

    1 cubic yard of concrete weighs around 4,000 lbs.  So a 10-yard dumpster can hold approximately 2.5 cubic yards of solid concrete at the maximum 10-ton limit.

     

     

  • Can I dispose of concrete at a landfill myself?

    While it’s possible to haul and dispose of concrete at a landfill yourself, it’s generally more convenient and cost-effective to rent a dumpster, especially for larger amounts. Most landfills charge by weight for concrete disposal, and you’ll need a suitable truck to transport the heavy material

  • Is Concrete Recyclable?

    Yes, concrete is recyclable. The concrete from demolition sites is collected, crushed, and processed to separate the aggregate (gravel/rocks) from the cement paste. The recycled aggregate can then be reused as a base material for roads, and driveways, or as a partial replacement for virgin aggregate in new concrete production. Recycling concrete reduces the need for extracting new virgin materials, cuts construction waste going to landfills, and provides an economical source of aggregate. It is an increasingly common practice that offers both environmental and economic benefits over disposing of concrete debris.

  • How do I load the concrete into the dumpster?

    When loading concrete into the dumpster, it’s important not to exceed the top of the dumpster’s sides. Overloading can make it difficult or impossible for us to safely remove the dumpster. Break up large concrete pieces into smaller chunks to maximize space.

Have any additional Questions?
Call us today and we would be happy to walk you through the rental process.

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