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Affordable and Convienent Dumpster Rentals in Camden, NJ
Do you need a dumpster for your next project? Look no further. Junk Rescue has two types of quick and affordable dumpster rentals in Camden, NJ, that work great for almost any cleanout. Our rentals are convenient for any schedule, so you can plan for pick-up and drop-off times that work best for you.
If you want affordable dumpster rentals in Camden, NJ, call us today.
Find the Right Dumpster Size for Your Project
Our Camden dumpster rentals are versatile and can work for almost any project. These affordable dumpster rentals can fit easily in your driveway too. No matter the size of your cleanout, our 10-yard and 20-yard dumpster rentals will make decluttering or disposing of junk easy! Our dumpsters can handle everything from roof shingles, floor tiles, concrete, and even a full-sized couch.
10 Yard Dumpster
1 - 3 Tons
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20 Yard Dumpster
3 - 4 Tons
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Forbidden Materials Include: Aerosol cans, Dirt, Fluorescent tubes , flammable liquids, Animals ,Paint (except completely dried), Hazardous waste, lead paint chips, White goods (Appliances) Herbicides & pesticides, Propane tanks, Asbestos, Industrial waste, Radioactive material, Lubricating/hydraulic oil, Railroad ties, batteries, Medical waste Solvents, Chemicals, Televisions, Monitors, Tires, gasoline etc and other hazardous objects (yard debris is accepted but most be sourced separated with no other materials inside), shingles only allowed in a 10 yard dumpster
Camden Dumpster Rental Services
We pride ourselves on fast and affordable services in Camden, NJ. Ready to get started? We can deliver our dumpsters on the same day, so you don’t have to wait long! We’ll work with you to schedule a pick-up time that works for you too.
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10 Yard Dumpster Rental
Do you have a small garage or shed that could use decluttering? Our 10-yard dumpster works best with smaller projects but can also hold a full-size couch! This rental can fit in almost any driveway and can hold up to 3 tons of material.
20 Yard Dumpster Rental
The 20-yard dumpster rental is a better option for more significant demolition projects, full house cleanouts, debris, or up to 4 tons of material. It can easily handle larger appliances and bulky furniture.
We Provide Dumpster Rental Services Throughout New Jersey
How to Choose the Right Dumpster Size
Are you taking on a small project like a bathroom renovation but aren’t sure if the 10-yard dumpster is enough? Our team at Junk Rescue can talk with you about your project and help you determine which dumpster rental is best for you.
New construction or additions will work much better with a 20-yard dumpster. Our versatile 20-yard dumpster can fit easily in your driveway and hold up to 4 tons of concrete, bricks, drywall, or other materials.
Dumpster Rental vs. Junk Removal Services
In addition to our convenient dumpster rentals, Junk Rescue also offers junk removal services! Our team can make it quick and easy for you to declutter your home if you already know what needs to go. We can come by, and with your direction, remove your clutter with ease. You won’t even need to lift a finger.
Our dumpster rentals work great for those that prefer to work at their own pace. To see how we can help you declutter your home, call Junk Rescue today.
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A dumpster is a type of movable waste container designed to be brought and taken away by a special collection vehicle, or to a bin that a specially designed garbage truck lifts, empties into its hopper, and lowers, on the spot. The word is a generic trademark of Dumpster, an American brand name for a specific design. Generic usage of skip or skip bin is common in the UK, Australia and Ireland, as Dumpster is neither an established nor well known brand in those countries.