Oklahoma City Dumpster Rental


Dumpster Rental in Oklahoma City, Dumpster Rental OKC, Dumpster Rental in OKCAs independent franchise owners, Jason and Heather Roberts, are proud to bring Bin There Dump That to the Norman metro. Having been in construction for many years, Jason and Heather immediately saw the value and benefits of this unique system. The Bin There Dump That process consists of small truck platforms, lighter dumpsters, and a driveway protection system to where the dumpsters never directly touch the concrete. Call Jason and Heather Roberts at (405) 640-4345 for assistance with your trash removal needs.

Easy and Convenient Trash Disposal in Norman

Bin There Dump That is the best option for Residential Dumpster rentals in Norman. Instead of sending a large commercial truck that needs a ton of extra space to navigate around your property, we use specially modified pickup trucks that can fit in tighter spaces. That means we can place a rented bin in residential areas most commercial delivery trucks can’t fit into, providing you with a great option for easy trash removal for all your home projects.

Easy Load Walk-in Double Doors

Loading a dumpster with trash can be hard work — especially when you have large items or a lot of construction debris. It only takes a slight twist in the wrong direction to find yourself dealing with a back or shoulder injury. In our experience, most of these injuries happen as people strain to throw heavy waste over the sidewalls of their rented dumpster.

At Bin There Dump That all of our bins have a simple innovation that can help you avoid that wear and tear on your body. Each one of our containers is equipped with a set of walk-in double doors for easy loading. You can walk everything right into the dumpster and place it where you want it. As a bonus, you’ll be able to pack everything tighter and fit more trash in your rental.

Fast Dumpster Delivery — Ask About Same Day and Saturday’s

When you rent a dumpster in Norman from Bin There Dump That you can be confident your delivery will arrive when you need it, not several days later. We keep a healthy inventory on hand so that we can arrange for deliveries in a time frame that fits our customers needs.

Once you’ve made your request and provided one of our Live Dumpster Consultants with a day you’d like your delivery we’ll get to work on making it happen. We can have a bin in your driveway within 24 hours and if you let us know before noon, we can usually make same-day delivery happen as well. If you work late during the week, Saturday delivery is an option as well.

Competitive Pricing Without Hidden Fees

Dumpster pricing can be confusing. Sometimes it’s hard to know what your final bill will be — will it change based on the materials you throw out or because of the weight of your load? These are valid questions and that’s why we decided many years ago to make our dumpster rental pricing fully transparent. Our system is based on an all-in pricing model that’s easy to follow with no hidden fees to worry about.

There are only a couple of reasons why you could be charged more than our standard dumpster rental fee. If you have specialty items such as tires there are extra disposal fees and there are weight limitations. One of our Live Dumpster Consultants can go over all the possibilities when you call to arrange delivery. Here’s what’s included with your rental:

  • Delivery within 24 hours
  • Driveway Protection System
  • Dumpster Placed Where You Want
  • A full 10 day rental period
  • Sweeping up, removal and disposal

What is the Cheapest Dumpster I Can Rent?

The most affordable dumpster we rent is our 4-yard bin and it’s a great choice for a variety of projects including landscaping and small bathroom remodels. For a free quote we suggest a quick call to one of our helpful Dumpster Consultants.

Is it Worth It to Rent a Dumpster?

If you’re just looking to get rid of one or two items you may be better off hiring a junk removal company, but when you’re taking on a major home cleanout, remodeling, replacing your roof or taking on numerous other large projects a dumpster rental is the easiest and most affordable disposal option available.

What Type of Things Can I Put in My Rented Dumpster?

There are many different things that can go in that dumpster you plan on renting such as construction debris, lumber, toilets, tile, roofing shingles, household items, furniture and many other items. If there’s something you’re not sure of, contact one of our friendly Dumpster Consultants for help.

Norman Community Bio:

Norman is a U.S. city in Oklahoma 20 miles (30 km) south of downtown Oklahoma City in its metropolitan area. Norman is the third-largest city in Oklahoma by population and serves as the county seat of Cleveland County. Norman enjoys many cultural attractions that are funded by the university. The Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art made national and international news in 2000 when it was given the Weitzenhoffer Collection, the largest collection of French Impressionist art ever given to an American university. The collection includes works by Mary Cassatt, Claude Monet, Vincent van Gogh, Paul Gauguin, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, and Camille Pissarro.

In 1941, the University of Oklahoma and Norman city officials established Max Westheimer Field, a university airstrip, and the next year offered to lease it to the US Navy as a training facility. During World War II, the airfield grew into the Naval Flight Training Center, commonly referred to as “North Base”. A second training center, the Naval Air Technical Training Center, known as “South Base”, was established along Highway 9, near the present-day location of the Lloyd Noble Center.

History is still alive in Norman. Seventeen landmarks are listed in the National Register of Historic Places, which includes the Cleveland County Courthouse, the DeBarr Historic District, the Oscar Jacobson House, the Santa Fe Depot, and the Moore-Lindsay House. University of Oklahoma’s Bizzell Library is a National Historic Landmark, one of only twenty in the state.

With the completion of Interstate 35 in June 1959, Norman’s population began to increase rapidly as Oklahoma City became more accessible; in 1960 Norman’s population was 33,412 but by the end of the decade had grown to 52,117. The city’s growth has continued, reaching 95,694 in 2000.

Where Does My Junk Get Dumped In Norman OK

Here is a list of waste collections centers in the Norman area:

Norman Transfer Station
3901 Chautauqua Avenue, Norman, OK 73072


For construction starts at $300 and for household clean up starts at $320