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Roll-Off Dumpster Rentals

Pro Star Waste offers commercial and residential roll-off service for a wide variety of construction, demolition, special events and other cleanup needs. Our drivers, operations and sales teams work diligently to provide the best roll-off service for our customers.

Roll-off service is available up to 5 days a week.


Advantages of Roll-Off Containers

  • Convenient
  • Cost-Efficient
  • Containment of allowable garbage and debris
  • Saves you from hauling garbage to the landfill

Please note:
Please do not over-fill roll-off containers as they must be level across the top. The maximum load weight limit for the roll-off container is ten (10) tons or 20,000 pounds of material. If a customer loads more than ten tons into the roll-off container, that customer will be responsible to offload the container in order for Pro Star Waste to haul off the load safely.


Containers

Acceptable Items

Acceptable Items for Roll-Off Containers Unacceptable Items for Roll-Off Containers
  • Cardboard
  • Shrink-Wrap
  • General Office Waste
  • Decomposable Material
  • Regular Household trash
  • Paint Cans (*completely dry with lids removed*)
  • Landscaping Debris (*minimum amount of dirt*)
  • Wood
  • Metal
  • Carpet
  • Furniture
  • Construction Debris
  • General Appliances (*Freon removed and stickered*)
  • Concrete (**20 yd containers only and no more than ½ full**)
  • Bricks (**20 yd containers only and no more than ½ full**)
  • Dirt (**20 yd containers only and no more than ½ full**)
  • Roofing Materials (**20 yd containers only and no more than ½ full**)
  • Tree Trunks (*20 and 30 yd containers only and cut in 3’ x 3’ pieces*)
  • Tires
  • Hazardous Waste
  • Drums/Barrels
  • Batteries
  • Chemicals
  • Oils/Gasoline
  • Paint Cans (*with liquid and/or lids attached*)
  • Refrigerators (*with Freon*)
  • A/C Units (*with Freon*)
  • Tree Stumps
  • Propane Tanks
  • Manifested Loads
  • Liquids
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