Major storms, such as those that struck the East Coast in recent months, are cause for great concern. Often the communities in their path are left with tremendous amounts of damage and debris, and residents are left wondering where to start. Storms can down or spread various yard debris, branches, or even entire trees. After these unfortunate events, Roll-Off Dumpster Direct is happy to be a small part of the solution. Such was the case this month, when a Richmond, VA man was able to remove nearly 35,000 pounds of downed trees and other debris from his yard using one of our 30 yard dumpsters. Best of all, our easy delivery and pick-up service made the process extremely simple in a time of many complications. If you think we could possibly help you or your community in a similar way, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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Roll-Off Dumpster Direct Now Serves Indiana

Roll-Off Dumpster Direct is excited to announce our expansion into Indiana, offering our top-notch dumpster rental services to customers statewide. From Indianapolis to Fort Wayne and everywhere in between, Indiana residents can now rely on us for affordable and efficient dumpster solutions. Bringing Reliable Dumpster Rentals to the Hoosier State Our diverse range of dumpster […]

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Where Does the Trash Go in Atlanta?

When you toss something in the garbage, you may never stop to wonder where it goes next. Or maybe, you join your kids’ excitement when the garbage truck comes – but never question where it goes after your neighborhood.  Atlanta produces 17.4 million tons of trash every year! That’s nearly the total weight of an […]

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Where Does the Trash Go in Washington, D.C.?

You may not stop to think about your trash after it makes its way to the trash can, but what exactly happens next?  The District of Washington reported that in 2018 the Department of Public Works (DPW) collected 1,139,846 tons of waste and recyclables – including tires, hazardous waste, yard trimmings, biofuel, and waste-to-energy. Waste […]

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