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By Debra | Other/Just Looking in Anaheim, CA

Dumpster Rental Alternative

Making improvements to your home? Have more to dispose of than will fit in your trash cans, but not enough to warrant a dumpster? Consider using a Bagster Bag! You can get them at any home improvement store for $30. They hold 3 cubic yards or 3,300 lbs of debris. When you are done you call Waste Management and they will charge you a flat rate to pick up (Usually $80-$160). Their website is thebagster.com 

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By Jennifer Ratcliff,  Thu Jun 21 2012, 17:31
I've seen these advertised on TV. Seems like a great idea!
By Kawain Payne, Realtor, Notary,  Thu Jun 21 2012, 23:04
Thanks for the info!!!
By matthewloves89,  Thu Feb 7 2013, 18:57
has anyone seen the signs for dumpster rentals in minneapolis. I have a lot of trash to get rid of and no where to put it. please let me know.
By Voices Member,  Tue May 21 2013, 15:14
I appreciate the info! We have just moved into our home, and have been trying to find a place that does dumpster rental in Phoenix. We were told to check out http://parksandsons.com/services/commercial/dumpster-service/, but wanted to see if there were any other places we could look? Any insights would be great. Thanks for sharing!
By Voices Member,  Wed Jul 31 2013, 10:52
My brother used these from http://www.kingrecycling.ca/garbage-bin-rentals.html and had a good experience with them.
By Voices Member,  Wed Mar 19 2014, 11:14
I would definitely consider using these. I think it all comes down to how much debris you have. Are you able to throw sharp things in the bag? I know that material is strong, but what are the requirements for what you can put in?

Alena | https://www.vitale-robinson.com/services/roll-off-containers/
By epmarshal356,  Tue May 6 2014, 13:53
This is a great solution to cleaning up a site. I have not heard of these before. Once the bag starts to be filled, can it not be moved to a different part of the lawn or site? Are there reviews anywhere that I could read for this product?

Emily Marshall | http://www.ccjunk.com/
By thiagodaluz7,  Tue May 20 2014, 09:24
How does it compare to renting a dumpster? This definitely has appeal to us, as I think our remodeling this summer will only produce a little debris. But we aren't sure what to expect yet. Thiago | http://www.dialabinperth.com.au
By dolores.brown999,  Thu Jun 19 2014, 08:45
What a great idea! I rented a dumpster when we were cleaning out our house. We had a good amount to throw away, but I think I could have avoided renting a giant dumpster. Next time I might consider some different options. http://www.baydisposal.com/services/waste-disposal/
By garypuntman,  Thu Jun 19 2014, 08:53
I haven't seen this product before. This would be so nice to get! I am doing a lot of yard work and have a lot of debris because of it. I don't want a huge dumpster in front of my house. Thanks for posting this. I'll have to look into it more.
Gary Puntman | http://www.baydisposal.com

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