WASTE KNOT CONTAINER RENTALS
Call us today! 850-458-5757
Locally & Woman Owned for 18 Years
Since 2005, Waste Knot Container Rentals has provided roll-off dumpster rental services to the Gulf Coast. Whether you are doing a clean-out, putting on a new roof, or constructing a new building, we have a roll-off dumpster that is the right size.
Our staff is composed of professionals who live and work in the community they serve.
Call us today at 850-458-5757
for a free quote, or use our online chat!
Hours of Operation
Mon - Fri: 8 am - 5 pm
321 N De Villiers St, Pensacola, FL 32501
Roll-Off Container Sizes Available:
10 Yard Dumpsters
18 Yard Dumpsters
20 Yard Dumpsters
30 Yard Dumpsters
Please take the time to read some of the most commonly asked questions regarding the services we provide.
WHEN DO I PAY FOR MY CONTAINER RENTAL?
Payment for your rental is made when you place the container order. Additional charges will occur if:
You extend the pickup date of the container
The weight of the material in the container exceeds the stated weight limit OR
Items that are prohibited or carry additional feeds are included in the container
CAN I SET UP AN ACCOUNT WITH WASTE KNOT FOR MULTIPLE SITES AND MULTIPLE CONTAINERS?
Yes! Simply contact a Waste Knot representative at 850-458-5757 to get started today.
HOW FAR CAN I FILL THE CONTAINER?
It depends on what is being disposed of. As a general rule, the container may be filled level with the top of the container.
WHAT HAPPENS IF I OVERLOAD/OVERFILL THE CONTAINER?
The driver can refuse to pick up the container and/or additional charges will apply. Waste Knot strongly discourages overloading the containers.
IF THE WEIGHT EXCEEDS THE ALLOWABLE TONNAGE/WEIGHT LIMIT, WILL I BE CHARGED EXTRA?
Yes. You will be charged a per ton fee for containers that are over the stated allowable weight limits.
I NEED TO KEEP MY CONTAINER LONGER THAN I THOUGHT, WHAT DO I DO?
Simply call (850) 458-5757 and let us know.
IS THERE ANYTHING THAT I CAN'T PLACE IN THE CONTAINER?
The following items CANNOT be placed in the container:
Asbestos (pipe, siding, shingles)
Fluorescent light bulbs
Hazardous waste, liquid, or chemicals
Oil or Paint Cans
IT IS AGAINST THE LAW TO DISPOSE HAZARDOUS OR TOXIC WASTE IN A CONTAINER. ANY TOXIC OR HAZARDOUS WASTE REMAINS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CUSTOMER.