Dumpster Rental in Irvine, CA

Grab A Brilliant Deal On A Roll-off That Will Make Your Day

Sometimes people ask how Easy Dumpster Rental has been the industry leader in the community for so long. Part of the answer is that we have also created a country-wide network of bins that enable us to get you a roll off dumpster faster and for less money. Other guys charge you to ship their dumpsters across the county and leave you waiting in the meantime. Be sure to get the best price and service on your next roll off with Easy Dumpster.

Why Our Renowned Service And Great Prices Cannot Be Outdone:

  1. Easy Dumpster Rental offers fast service with quality that can’t be beaten anywhere in the USA.
  2. We always provide excellent service that has been tested nationally for over a decade.
  3. It doesn’t matter if you have a small project, we will treat you just like you are our biggest contractor.
  4. When you are done, let us know and we will be there within twenty-four hours to serve you.
  5. We are always reducing our prices through guaranteed low rates and even special offers.
Dumpster Rental Pricing in Irvine is Based on Many Different Factors
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10 Yard Dumpster (1 TONS) 2,000LBS

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20 Yard Dumpster (2 TONS) 4,000LBS

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30 Yard Dumpster (3 TONS) 6,000LBS

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40 Yard Dumpster (4 TONS) 8,000LBS

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Drop Off Debris at Frank R. Bowerman Landfill

This is one of the largest landfills in the country and is operated and owned by the County of Orange. It is very large approximately 725 acres as a whole located in a Bee Canyon. It will produce around 22 megawatts of electricity. The Frank R. Bowerman Landfill is located at the:

  • 11002 Bee Canyon Access Rd, Irvine, CA 92602.
  • Hours are Monday to Saturday from 7 AM to 4 PM.
  • Landfill Scale Phone (714) 834-4000.
Self-hauling and Hazardous Waste Needs

When you get an Easy Dumpster bin, you are ready to go on your next project. But you may want to bring in some of your own waste to a landfill if you have too much or if you are using a single-use dumpster bin that if focuses on one type of water.

Similarly, if you have hazardous waste, you cannot put these items in your bin or even in your garbage. If you find. yourself with such items, we cha help you find the right place to take in your items. There are four Maine drop-off centers that take hazardous waste including:

  • The Irvine Collection Center at 6411 Oak Canyon in Irvine.
  • The Anaheim Collection Center at 1071 North Blue Gum Street in Anaheim.
  • The Huntington Beach Collection Center at 17121 Nichols Lane in Huntington Beach.
  • The San Juan Capistrano Collection Center at 32250 Avenida La Pata in Sa Juan Capistrano.
The New and Old City of Irvine

Ancient artifacts suggest that people were in Irvine twelve thousand years ago, based on campsites and rock shelters that were found, and suggest prehistoric men were the original residents of Irvine. Later, about two thousand years ago, Gabrielino Indians inhabited the area, which would be followed by Spanish explorers. Since then, the city of Irvine grew largely through agriculture.

Less than one-half century ago Irvine was a nascent city that has grown to a thriving location with over two hundred thousand jobs and a variety of industries with businesses that number more than twenty thousand. In addition, the City Council of Irvine invests about nine million dollars annually into the school system, which has paid off. Public schools such as the Orange County School of the Arts, University High School, Northwood High School, and Woodbridge High School all receive A+ ratings that make Irvine a great place to raise a family.  In addition, the City of Irvine works with four main goals. First, the City is dedicated to the enhancement of the local physical structures they build communities. Second, the City works to promote safety through a mixture of security and prevention strategies. Third, Irvine promotes economic growth by attracting businesses and consumers to pay sales taxes. And, finally, the City Council has the goal of facilitating effective government through flexible mechanisms and availability and dedication to the consumer.

Your Next Project in Irvine

If you live in Irvine, you may want to take advantage of the great city and great economy by improving your home or business. When you do go to work on building a new home, renovating your home, or building or expanding your business, remember to get a dumpster bin from the company that has the guaranteed service and lowest prices anywhere. Easy Dumpster Rental offers bins starting at three hundred dollars and hold two tons of debris to bins that hold forty cubic yards of debris and up to four tons.

Building Green In Irvine

The City of Irvine considers itself one of the pioneers of green building and construction. Part of this great tradition is the City’s ongoing commitment to green buildings and green construction through the enactment of the Irvine Build Green Program.  The Irvine Build Green Program is designed to promote the construction of development and homes and businesses that are more environmental and healthier for residents, businesses, and visitors. The City offers three main programs that seek to promote these goals:

  • Calgreen: One way to improve outcomes is to improve required standards. A few years ago, the California Building Standards Commission adopted the California Green Buildings Standard Code. The California Green Buildings Standard Code set forth a series of standards that would become a central part of the California Building Code. Given this, the City of Irvine has adopted the statewide green building code.
  • LEED: The U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program is an internationally recognized green building certification system. The LEED building program offers certifications to building projects that use less energy and less water and minimize waste. The LEED certification also evaluates things like the indoor air quality that a building project will offer occupants and general health.
  • Green Point Rated: One way to incentivize good environmental building is to offer accreditation for more sustainable and efficient homes that make residents healthier. To get a point rating, the Green Point System looks at a few areas: energy efficiency, indoor air quality and healthiness of a new structure, water, and resource conservation, and community impact (such as recreation, exercise areas, bicycle-friendly neighborhoods, areas with views for people to enjoy, and natural habitats.
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