Everett’s Top Dumpster Rental Company
We Take The Sting Out of Waste Removal
Dumpster Rental Service in the greater boston area
Since 2014, our commitment to our clients has been to deliver a hassle-free experience. Busy Bee provides dumpster rental along with prep and demolition services throughout Boston and surrounding cities to industrial, commercial, and residential clients. The service we provide is superior with prompt and friendly drivers, crew members, and state-of-the-art dumpster containers.
Where can I place my Busy Bee Disposal Dumpster?
Busy Bee Disposal dumpsters will typically fit in a standard residential driveway, however, only if the street access is adequate. Note that our delivery vehicle measures as large as a cement mixer truck, requiring a wide and clear area to perform the service. If you are unsure if the access is adequate, please contact us.
What can I throw away in my Busy Bee Disposal Dumpster?
Acceptable waste materials include all types of Non-Hazardous Construction and Demolition (C&D) materials such as wood, metal, and plastic, drywall, green waste, roofing, cardboard, and household items that include furniture and appliances. Small quantities of inert materials such as concrete, dirt, sand, brick, etc. are allowed in the dumpsters, however, the dumpster cannot be filled to the top with such materials as this would create an extreme and unlawful overweight situation. We suggest discussing the specifics of your project with a Busy Bee Disposal Customer Service Representative prior to choosing a dumpster size.
How long can I rent a Busy Bee Disposal Dumpster?
Our dumpster rental time is flexible. Typically, you will only need 3 to 7 days to fill a container, however, Busy Bee Disposal allows our customers to rent a dumpster for 2 full weeks.
Do I need a permit for my Busy Bee Disposal Dumpster?
For those who intend to place a Busy Bee Disposal dumpster on a right-of-way or public street, an official street use permit will most likely be required. This type of permit will vary from city to city; therefore, contact your local municipality regarding specific requirements or contact our office for further details.