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How Much Does it Cost to Rent a Dumpster in Brockton, MA?

Brockton dumpster rental prices can be affected by many factors such as travel distance to and from the landfill, type of material, material dumping costs, possible municipal franchise fees, and permits. Brockton dumpster prices range from $619 for a 10 yard dumpster up to $993 for a 30 yard dumpster. See below for a full list of Brockton dumpster costs:

Pricing updated on Dec 04, 2023 14:49:41

Dumpster SizeLow End*High End*
10 Yard Household$607$833
10 Yard Construction$607$853
10 Yard Concrete**$660$783
15 Yard Household$657$892
15 Yard Construction$665$904
15 Yard Concrete**$661$786
20 Yard Household$688$926
20 Yard Construction$688$941
20 Yard Concrete**$713$794
30 Yard Household$761$1006
30 Yard Construction$766$1003
40 Yard$815$1047

*The dumpster pricing above reflects the actual costs of dumpsters rented in the Brockton area. Current landfill tipping costs range from $159 per ton to $184 per ton or $21 per yard to $29 per yard. Use our dumpster rental calculator to estimate the size roll off you’ll need for your household or construction project, then call 1-888-792-7833 to receive your exact Brockton dumpster costs. Prices and availability are subject to change without notice.

**Concrete can be disposed of at no additional cost, however, there are factors that will cause disposal fees. These factors include the dumpster containing any other types of debris such as dirt, rebar and construction or household materials as well as access to a recycling facility in the area. For more information, please call 1-888-792-7833.

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Manomet Transfer Station in Brockton

Brockton can be found in Plymouth County in Massachusetts. Residents in Plymouth county have a number of options for disposing of solid waste in addition to the regular curbside collection. Waste drop-off at the Manomet Transfer Station and Rockland Sanitary Landfill are available within the county. See below for facility location and contact information.

  • 250 Beaver Dam Rd., Plymouth, MA 02360 – Call 508-224-7783.
  • Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday: 8AM–4PM.
Rockland Sanitary Landfill
  • 1000 Beech St., Rockland, MA 02370.
  • Call for open hours at 781-878-3838.
Brockton Recycle Depot

The Refuse Section which is responsible for keeping Brockton, MA operates the Brockton Recycle Depot situated at 300 Oak Hill Way. The Depot is open year-round and will accept recyclables from individuals with proof of residency. The city of Brockton has also contracted with Republic Services to offer a more convenient curbside collection of recyclables. Recycling bins can be obtained at the Recycling Depot for those who wish to use this service.

  • 300 Oak Hill Way, Brockton, MA 02301 – Phone 508-580-7827.
  • Monday-Saturday, 8:30am – 3:00pm.
  • Accepted items are Paper, Steel Cans, Newspaper, Glass bottles, Corrugated Cardboard, Plastics bottles, Aluminum Cans.
  • They will not accept Clothing or textiles, Greasy pizza boxes, Toys, Refrigerated and frozen food boxes, Pots, pans, Hangers.
Interesting Facts About Brockton

Brockton was settled in 1700 and has close to 100,000 residents. Chicago isn’t always the windiest city in America so is Brockton with an average wind speed of 14 mph. Brockton is home to the Brockton Symphony Orchestra and holds a world record for the number of people wearing Santa Claus hats at one time. This notable event occurred on November 23rd, 2010. Then the following year they broke their record by doubling the amount of Santa hat wearers with 1792 people. The town is also called “The City of Champions,” by the fact that boxing greats Rocky Marciano and Marvin Hagler are natives of the city. Other famous people include Shawn Fanning who created Napster, the NFL owner Al Davis, and attorney Kenneth Feinberg.

Hazardous Waste Events in Brockton, MA

Hazardous waste must not be mixed with regular household trash. Some hazardous waste such as antifreeze, mercury-containing items, tires, car batteries, propane tanks, can be taken to the Recycling Depot. See the list of accepted items accepted at the official city recycling depot page.

Paint cans that are dry or empty can be mixed with the regular trash. Liquid paint should be taken to the Recycle Depot from April 1 to October 31.

Large Waste Pickup

All residents are entitled to free collection on one bulk waste item each week. Residents can schedule collection by contacting Republic Services at 800-425-0095 or submit the online form no later than 48 hours before desired collection day.

  • Here is a shortlist of bulk items that can be collected Carpet- 3’ lengths, Dehumidifiers, Printers, Exercise machines, Gas and electric stoves, Refrigerators, etc.
Bush and Leaf Collection

Leaves, grass should be placed in paper bags and set out by the curb for collection on regular garbage pickup days. Sticks and limbs should be placed in bundles no more than 35 lbs. all yard waste should be marked with a sticker that can be obtained free of cost at the Recycle Depot at 300 Oak Hill Way.

Types Of Landfill Designations In America

The EPA has rigorous regulations in place to ensure landfills are operated in a manner so that the public, the air we breathe, and the water we drink is clean and safe. There are basically two types of landfills, Subtitle D, and Subtitle C.

  • Subtitle D Landfills: Type D landfills are the domain of city and state governments to ensure that these sites are properly regulated and managed for the handling of solid waste and non-hazardous waste. The landfills that fall under this category include Municipal Solid Waste Landfills which process the trash you take to the curb. Bioreactor Landfills that break down organic waste. Industrial Landfills that deal solely commercial waste. Construction and Demolition Landfills that handle materials such as concrete and metals. And finally, Coal Combustion Residual landfills deal with the disposal of coal residues.
  • Subtitle C Landfills:  Type C Landfills manage hazardous waste materials. And they have regulations that cover everything from transportation to the disposal of these deadly materials. Hazardous waste landfills can only process hazardous materials and nothing more. The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act is the law in which the EPA developed to ensure proper and safe handling of all non-hazardous and hazardous materials.

Landfills are made up of 4 components. A bottom liner, leachate collection system, a cover, and a natural hydrogeologic setting. The basic aim of these components is to have safeguards to protect these harmful wastes from interacting with the surrounding environment and the underground water. Each of these above-mentioned components has its limitations but that is a debate for another article. After landfills are closed they must be monitored for another 30 years to make sure that there are no harmful pollutants emanating from the site.

The EPA is doing everything in its realm, with current advances in engineering, to help protect us from pollution. Without safe drinking water, we would have an environmental catastrophe. Just about all 4,000 counties in America have a landfill so it is very important that our landfills are being regulated and the government is keeping a close eye on the ongoing management and operation of the landfill industry.


Landfills are becoming harder to build because of land restrictions and costs. And that is why it is imperative that we recycle all that we can. Recycling greatly reduces the need to use our landfills. Recycling can eliminate over 70% of the waste that currently is being hauled off to landfills. That is a staggering proportion of waste that could otherwise be recycled. So it is critical that we do our part in recycling.

And Easy Dumpster Rental can be of service to you when it comes to recycling. We offer rolloff-bins in a variety of sizes to help you reduce the amount of waste that is sent to a landfill. Local recycling centers and Goodwill, for example, will be more than happy to take your “junk.”  So please give us a call and we will be happy to take your junk to the local recycling center. Free consultations and free dumpster quotes.

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