Mill Valley Refuse Service offers debris boxes (dumpsters) for remodeling, recycling, demolition, and construction jobs. Whether you need a 4-yard box for a backyard clean up job, or several 40-yard boxes for a major construction site, we’ve got the right debris box for your needs.
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If local ordinances require that your debris boxes be taken to a resource recovery center so that the contents can be recycled, please let us know when you call to place your order.
See our debris box sizes below. If you’re considering two sizes, our advice is to go with the larger size debris box (if you have the space) to avoid the cost and time involved with having one picked up and another delivered.
Need help deciding?
We’re happy to discuss your project needs and make a recommendation.
Give us a call at (415) 457-9760 or send us an email and we will get back to you.
|Box Size||Dimensions||Materials Accepted||Maximum Weight||Details|
|4 Yards||54 inches x 74.5 inches x 51 inches||General Debris||2,000 lbs||View|
|10 Yards||12 feet x 5 feet x 5 feet||General Debris||4,000 lbs||View|
|20 Yards||16 feet x 8 feet x 54 inches||General Debris||8,000 lbs||View|
|40 Yards||22 feet x 8 feet x 82 inches||General Debris||16,000 lbs||View|
Dirt or Rock Box Options
|Box Size||Dimensions||Materials Accepted||Details|
|5 Yards||12 feet x 5 feet x 30 inches||Dirt or Rock||View|
|10 Yards||14 feet x 8 feet x 3 feet||Dirt or Rock||View|
The following items are not accepted in either the General Debris or Dirt or Rock Box.
Treated Wood Waste (TWW) comes from wood treated with chemical preservatives, often identified by green or dark brown coloring and staple marks. TWW may be used in decking, fence posts, landscape timbers and guardrails to name a few.
The alternative management standard (AMS), which allows waste haulers to accept treated wood waste (TWW) from residential and commercial customers, expired on December 31, 2020.
For this reason, beginning on January 1, 2021, waste haulers in the County of Marin cannot accept TWW at their facilities, in their debris boxes, and in the garbage, recycling, or composting bins as treated wood is now considered hazardous waste.
Pricing depends on size, location and duration. Request a quote using the form below or call our office at (415) 457-9760 to speak with a customer support representative.
Mill Valley Refuse Service offers debris box rentals in the following areas of Marin County: