Debris and stone removal
Getting rid of stones or debris is one of those things that no one likes, but is still necessary if you are in the process of remodeling or paving. Fortunately, it's not as difficult as it seems. With a dumpster rental, debris disposal is a piece of cake.
Easy debris disposal
Dumping rocks and debris can be a tricky job, but by renting a dumpster, you can get rid of all your debris easily and quickly, without having to lug heavy loads yourself. You don't have to worry about finding carts, a suitable car and you don't have to wait in line for a long time at the junkyard.
The rubble container will be placed at your location and picked up at the agreed time. This way you only have to worry about filling the debris container.
Container for any quantity
You rent a dumpster for any amount of debris. Whether you're removing rocks from your front yard, you've done a complete remodel or you just need to get rid of some roofing tiles, you'll always rent a container that fits your needs. Even if you have a big job, there is a 15m3 debris container.
If you don't have that much debris or rocks, consider a Big Bag. That's a 1m3 bag sent by mail that you can use whenever you want. When it's full, you have it disposed of.
Remove clinkers and garden tiles
Did you know that garden tiles, clinkers, tying stones, etc. are also allowed in a debris container? Have you recently laid new tiles in your garden or do you have old stones you want to get rid of? Don't worry, they can go in the rubble container. This is for all types of stone, even reinforced concrete.
There are many ways to dispose of your tiles, but most people choose to rent a dumpster. Partly because the price is very economical.
Why is a dumpster so cheap?
A debris container is specifically to store and process one type of waste, keeping the price low. Using a debris container to collect one specific type of waste keeps processing costs low. This allows the disposal company to take the waste directly to the right location for recycling in 1 go. For example, if you want to dispose of construction or demolition debris, the waste processor has to sort it and transport all the waste to different places where it will be processed.
In addition, stone processing is inexpensive. The stones are mechanically sorted by size and possibly crushed to regain a usable raw material.
- Street Clinkers
- (wall and floor) tiles
- Gravel tiles
- Roof tiles
- Concrete waste
- Reinforced concrete (with metal)
- Masonry waste
- Paving waste with up to 10% sand
- Cured residual concrete and masonry mortar
- Hazardous waste
- Asbestos-containing or asbestos-like material
- Construction and demolition waste
- Plaster products
- Max 10% limestone
- Max 10% sand contamination
- Debris with soot or asbestos
- Stucco waste
- Gas concrete
- Asphalt Concrete
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