Our Dumpster Rental Sizes
10 Cubic Yard Dumpster
14 ft long x 6 ft wide x 3.5 ft high
How Much Can a 10 Yard Dumpster Hold?
10 cubic yards of material is equivalent to about 50-70 33-gallon trash bags, or 4 pickup truck loads.
The 10 yard dumpster is a popular size because it’s relatively small yet can hold a good amount of material. It’s about 14 feet long, 7.5 feet wide and 3.5 feet high, so it will fit comfortably in most driveways and yards. This size is also ideal for heavy materials like concrete, dirt, bricks, and asphalt.
That’s enough for a medium-sized project, such as:
20 Cubic Yard Dumpster
20 ft long by 8 ft wide by 4 ft high
How Much Can a 20 Yard Dumpster Hold?
20 cubic yards of material is equivalent to about 110-130 33-gallon trash bags, or 8 pickup truck loads.
The 20 yard dumpster is perfect for larger projects like remodeling a kitchen or bathroom. This size dumpster can hold up to 10 tons of waste, making it the perfect option for large-scale cleanups. This dumpster size easily loads over the top or through the rear door.
Perfect for medium sized renovations and clean outs such as:
30 Cubic Yard Dumpster
22 ft long by 8 ft wide by 6 ft high
How Much Can a 30 Yard Dumpster Hold?
30 cubic yards of material is about 170-190 33-gallon trash bags, or 12 pick-up truck beds.
Dimensions may slightly vary between container styles; all 30 yard dumpster rentals have the same capacity and volume of 30 cubic yards.
This dumpster size is great for debris clean-ups, large-scale commercial and construction jobs, including building demolitions, and industrial projects of all types including:
40 Cubic Yard Dumpster
22 ft long by 8 ft wide by 8 ft high
How Much Can a 40 Yard Dumpster Hold?
A 40 yard dumpster can hold approximately 230-250 33-gallon trash bags or 16 pick-up truck beds. It has a rear door that makes the loading easy. This large dumpster is ideal for the largest jobs and long-term projects.
If you’re doing a major home renovation, then a 40 yard dumpster rental might be the perfect size for you. It is large enough to accommodate most projects, but not so large that it becomes cumbersome or expensive to rent.