Take a look at our sizing guide to get an idea of what size dumpster is right for your project. We rarely see dupsters that aren’t full so renting the next larger size may be a good idea. It may seem like an unnecessary expense but could in fact save you money by avoiding the need to rent additional dumpsters to complete your project. Feel free to give us a call and we can help you decide which size is best for your project.
Your dumpster rental includes, delivery, 1.5 tons of debris for a 10 yard dumpster or 2 tons of debris for a 15 or 20 yard dumpster and pick-up.
If you go over the included weight, you will be charged $35/ half ton.
You can keep the dumpster longer than your initial rental period (subject to availability) for $15/ day.
LOD only accepts Non-Hazardous Solid Waste. Prohibited materials include but are not limited to, hazardous, biohazardous, medical, asbestos, poisons, toxic, corrosive, explosive, flammable, liquids, chemicals, solvents, cleaning products, paint, herbicides, pesticides, appliances, electronics, batteries, light bulbs, tires, food waste, motor oil, cooking oil, and oil filters. brick, concrete, dirt and shingles must be approved before ordering a dumpster.
Yes, we do.
Yes, but we cannot accept any appliances that contains freon, e.g. refrigerators, AC units, ice makers etc.
Freon must be recovered by a licensed professional and documented. Most HVAC companies will take your old equipment when installing a new unit. As for other appliances, check with your local city officials about resident drop offs or search for local companies that specialize in appliance recycling.
No, we cannot accept electronics such as TVs, computer monitors, computers, hard drives etc.
Check with your local city officials about drop-off locations for residents. Or search for local companies that specialize in electronics recycling, many offer free pick-up or drop off. You can also list your items for free on Facebook Marketplace or Craigslist.