Trailer Loads


Did you know that the type of dumpster you need depends on the type of waste that you have? Different dumpsters may be designated for different types of waste. That is not only because some waste needs to be separate from other types of waste, such as recycling, but also because disposal charges are often done by weight. If you exceed the weight of the trailer load, you may pay overage charges. Likewise, if you are trying to dispose of materials other than those authorized, you may pay more for a trailer load.

A trailer load refers to a full roll-off dumpster that we remove from your facility. We offer clients two different types of dumpsters: roll-off dumpsters and front-end dumpsters. We offer both roll-off and front-end dumpsters for our clients. Roll-off dumpsters are designed to be used with special trucks. Instead of removing trash from the dumpster on-side, we actually remove the entire dumpster. We take the dumpster to the waste management facility. We charge a flat fee for the trailer load at a quoted weight price. If your load exceeds that weight, then your price may increase.

With our roll-off dumpsters, we offer a variety of sizes. We offer them in 10, 20, and 30 cubic yard sizes. They are open top dumpsters that are great for large projects including demolitions, renovations, and construction jobs. Our 10- and 20-foot sizes are good for concrete removal. However, if you want to remove concrete, our 30-foot trailer is not a good option. The weight of the concrete means that a full 30-foot dumpster will be too heavy to haul. That is one example of why it is so important to talk about your planned project with our customer service representatives. It gives us a change to make sure you have the right equipment for your task.