|12 cubic yard||12′||7′||4.5′|
|20 cubic yard / Split||18.5′||8′||4.5′|
|30 cubic yard / Split||20′||8′||6′|
|20 cubic yard||18.5′||8′||4.5′|
|30 cubic yard||20′||8′||6′|
|40 cubic yard||20′||8′||8′|
|50 cubic yard||20′||8′||9′|
Sizing and estimating
If you’re wondering what size of container makes sense for you, a typical pick-up truck holds about 2 cubic yards of material.
Bins 20-50 yards require 90′ of space, 12 yard bins require 60′.
Loading the bin
Containers should be loaded only to the top of the bin and should weigh no more than 10,000 kgs.
Heavy loads should be distributed evenly throughout the bin.
Dirt, Rubble, Rock, Bricks, Concrete: Rock bin only.
Drywall, Gyproc, Gypsum: 30 yard container maximum.
Stucco: 20 yard container maximum.
Roofing (Tar and gravel shingles): 20 yard container maximum.
Recycle, Go Green!
4Less offers 20 and 30 yard roll-off split bins, allowing customers to handle recycleables and garbage at the same time.
Demolition of bulky material is much more efficiently handled using roll-off bins rather than a gravel truck and pup; no downtime