Dumpster Rental in Cottonwood Heights, UT

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Easy Dumpster Rental got its name because we have made renting a dumpster stress-free. This is possible because we work as your partners in your project from start to finish. Our online tools and staff will help you to get the right bin for your project to save money and we deliver it to you within twenty-four hours. When you are done, just give us a call or click and watch your debris disappear.

How We Became The Famous As The Best Bin Rental Company:

  1. Don’t get snookered by variable rates that change as you go.
  2. Easy Dumpster Rental always offers flat rates that you can count on.
  3. Our customers come back to us because we provide great service.
  4. Our vast inventory of trash dumpsters across the country saves you time and money every time.
  5. Talk with our friendly staff or get a dumpster quote with no pressure.
Dumpster Rental Pricing in Cottonwood Heights 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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Self Hauling Your Waste

When Easy Dumpster Rental bins arrive, you may want to keep in mind your local recourse. The reason we advise our clients about local resources is so that they can save money. There are a few ways that the local landfill can save you money even when you rent a bin.

  • Excess waste: You may find that you go slightly over your weight or volume limit. Easy Dumpster Rental offers a dump and return service that takes your bin away and brings it back empty. But that may not be your best option if you have just a small amount that you want to get rid of. In such cases, it may make sense to use your local landfill.
  • Bulk items and appliances: You may have large items that cannot be processed in your bin. Electronic waste and e-waste (such as appliances) cannot be processed in your dumpster bin or your trash. But the local landfill will talk about most of these items.
  • Recycling: You may want to recycle as you go. Recycling is not required because dumpsters are sorted later. But many people like to recycle to make sure that items do not get overlooked during processing. It is also a great way to save space and weight in your bin for things that cost money to process.
  • Single-use bins: Some clients rent was is called a single-use bin. A single-use bin accepts only one type of waste, such as landscaping waste (yard waste), construction and demolition debris, or municipal waste. For example, if you are re-roofing your home or business facility, you might expect all construction and demolition debris. And if you do rent a single-use dumpster, Easy Dumpster Rental passes the saving of sorting on to you. But you may have some extra things that fall outside your dumpster’s parameters, for which a landfill is a great resource.
  • Hazardous waste: If you are working on a bathroom, kitchen, garage, shed, or another area, you may find that your project produces what is referred to as hazardous waste. These items include things that are poisonous, flammable, corrosive, or toxic found in many of our cleaning supplies, paint, yard care chemicals, pesticides, fuels, batteries, electronics, used oil, and antifreeze. Asbestos is also not allowed in your trash or recycling bin.
The Salt Lake Valley (SLCo) Landfill

The Salt Lake Valley Landfill is a great place to take almost any type of debris that you may have and need to get rid of. The facility handles just about everything, including the following items:

  • The Salt Lake Valley Landfill is located at 6030 West California Avenue (1300 South) in Salt Lake City.
  • Appliances, Air Conditioner units, refrigerators, freezers, freon. washers, dryers, and water heaters.
  • Construction and demolition debris, such as concrete, asbestos, asphalt, and cabinets.
  • Large items such as boats, campers, barbecue grills, and mobile homes.
  • Electronic goods such as computers, printers,
  • Bulk items such as box springs, mattresses, carpet, carpet pads, couches, chairs, and flooring.
  • Yard waste in the form of dirt, sod, and green waste.
  • Household hazardous waste and special waste.
  • Paint and paint products. Railroad ties. Recycling.
  • Fencing, lumber, roofing.
Cottonwood Heights of Yesterday and Today

After World War II, the demand for housing began replacing farming and ranching in the area that is now Cottonwood Heights, and in the 1950s, some of the first subdivisions, such as Cottonwood Ridge and Steffensen tights were built, and the population of Cottonwood Heights rose to five thousand inhabitants. Today, Cottonwood Heights is a community of more than thirty-four thousand people in a special city that has been honored with a number of local and national awards including the Best of State and financial awards was an All-American City finalist in 2011.

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