At American Waste Control, we strive to provide the most cost-effective, environmentally sound solution for our customers’ disposal needs. Locally owned and operated, AWC offers temporary dumpster rentals for any household or business project. Our friendly and knowledgeable waste disposal experts can help you find the ideal solution for all your waste needs.
When was the last time you cleaned out the garage or attic? Our smaller dumpsters are perfect for any small business or household cleanup project. The 2, 4, 6, or 8-yard dumpsters are sturdy front loaders, allowing you to store your waste materials out of sight safely. The hinged lids keep debris out of the crazy Oklahoma wind and weather.
Is your home under renovation? The 10-yard dumpster is ideal for any small, do-it-yourself remodeling projects. If you have a large garage, we would also recommend this size of rental. Each dumpster comes with an open top, providing easy access for loading heavy materials.
Our 20-yard dumpsters are ideal for those tackling a large home remodeling or outdoor project. On average, this roll-off holds ten pickup truck loads of trash. In this huge steel box, individuals can load about 2,500 to 3,000 sq. ft. of single layer roof shingles.
Are you a construction company needing help with the disposal of materials? We recommend the 30-yard dumpsters for new home construction. The dimensions of this dumpsters are 22ft. Long by 8 ft. wide and 6 ft. High.
Still unsure what dumpster size your project needs? Our staff at American Waste Control is here to help! Contact us 918-446-0023 or place your order online with our easy to navigate ordering system.
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