Dumpster Rental in San Diego, CA


If you are looking for a dumpster bin for your next project, Easy Dumpster Rental is the best wholesale dumpster rental company with the guaranteed lowest flat rates. Be careful of some other companies that offer low prices with variable rates. Variable-rate changes as you go, so you never know how much you pay until your project is over. Instead, get Easy Dumpster Rental flat, reliable, quotes.

Why Our Service Cannot Be Matched In San Diego By Anyone:

  1. Easy Dumpster Rental has more than fifteen years of experience giving great service and prices.
  2. We service every kind of project across the country, from cleaning your shed to building a home.
  3. Our bins are strong and range from ten to forty yards that can handle one to four tons of debris.
  4. Our customers find Easy Dumpster Rental to be fast, efficient, trustworthy, and, most of all, easy.
  5. Our quotes are fast and they don’t change during your project so you get the same price at the end.
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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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San Diego, Balboa Park, and Everything

Living in San Deigo feels like living in a place with everything. And perhaps that is true. San Diego offers incredible beaches, museums (including a Comic-Con Museum), performing ards that The Old Globe, The Spreckels Organ Pavilion, and the San Diego Youth Symphony, great attractions, world-renowned restaurants, and incredible gardens, such as the Botanical Building and Lilly Pond and Alcazar Garden.

In addition, Balboa Park is where natural beauty and pristine culture intertwine into one.  Balboa Park offers beautiful grounds filled with gardens, forests, and playgrounds for children to enjoy. You can also find incredible Spanish Colonial Revival to mid-century Modern architecture across the park and over seventeen museums that span from the dinosaurs to space travel and everything in-between and are even the home of the World Famous San Deigo Zoo. If you just want to relax, there is often music, theatre, musicals, incredible ballet, and dancing.

The Mirimar Landfill

If you are working on a project, you may want to consider where to take excess waste that might not fit in your bin and waste that cannot go in your bin. The Mirimar Landfill and Recycling Center is a great resource to augment your waste disposal needs. The Mirimar Landfill covers more than fifteen hundred acres and processes almost nine hundred thousand tons of trash every year. The facility generates methane, which is a greenhouse gas that is produced as a byproduct of the landfill and is captured during the deterioration process. This valuable gas is then used to provide nineteen percent of the Metropolitan Biosolids Center and North City Water Reclamation Plant’s required fuel. The Miramar Landfill and Recycling Center is open to the public on weeks days and Saturdays from seven in the morning to four in the afternoon and is located at 5180 Convoy Street in San Diego.

Electronic Waste

The Mirimar Landfill also accepts electronic waste, which generally cannot be placed in your trash or in a dumpster bin. As a result, electronic waste must be processed. The Mirimar Landfill and Recycling Center accepts:

  • Cell phones, cordless phones, traditional telephones, and answering machines.
  • Computer monitors, computer processing units, laptop computers, and printers.
  • Radios, VCRs, DVD players, VHS players, and other electronic devices containing circuit boards.
Hazardous Waste

Hazardous waste is not allowed in your trash or your dumpster bin. To make matters more difficult, they are not taken at the Mirimar Landfill and Recycling Station. But do not worry, there are numerous locations to take your hazardous waste, depending on what you have. In addition, the City of San Diego residents may dispose of Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) at the HHW Transfer Facility free of charge (by appointment only).

  • Many household hazardous waste items are accepted including:
  • Household batteries, light bulbs, and lamps.
  • Medications, needles, lancets, and sharps.
  • Motor oil, oil filters, and paint.
  • Propane gas cylinders

Certain items are not accepted, including:

  • Treated wood and lead paint waste.
  • Appliances and electronics.
  • Asbestos waste.
  • Containers that are larger than five gallons and compressed gas cylinders.
  • Explosives (ammunition, fireworks, etc.).
  • PCB Capacitors and Transformers and radioactive material.
Do I Need a Permit?

It is always best to check if you need a permit for your project. The City would like to ensure that construction and demolition debris is processed through increasingly sophisticated processing centers and not in landfills. Hence, permits are required under the C&D Debris Deposit Ordinance, which mandates that if you are building, demolishing, or some combination of the two you will likely need a demolition permit. The permit will require you to pay a refundable Construction and Demolition Debris Recycling Deposit, divert debris for recycling, reuse, and keep construction and demolition debris out of landfills. For projects permitted after 2016, the divergent requirement is sixty-five percent of the total construction and demolition debris created by a project.

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