The Dumpster Depot
Great Service
Independently Owned & Operated
The Perfect Ending To Your Next Home Improvement Project

Independently Owned

Trash Hauling - Dumpster Rental Company in Manchester, NH
Founded in the spring of 2001, The Dumpster Depot® has quickly become an industry leader among dumpster rental and trash hauling companies. Our outstanding commitment to providing consistency and quality service and equipment is second to none. Whether you are a homeowner or contractor, small business or large manufacturing facility, we can cater to your specific needs. Great services at your convenience, not ours! That's our commitment to you, our customers. Long term relationships built on commitments and trust, not trickery and hidden charges. Straight forward, direct answers to your questions and concerns because we actually do want to please our customers for the long term, not just when they are new. We know you have a choice and we are glad that you chose The Dumpster Depot®.


Our client service experts will evaluate your specific needs. We will recommend the most cost effective program for you including proper size, placement, pick up options and cost to fit your budget. How you generate, handle and dispose of various materials can greatly effect costs related to dumpster and or disposal costs. We will custom fit you with a program that fits your specific situation large or small.

Personalized Local Expert Client Services

We will address your needs and concerns immediately. Do you need to schedule a delivery, change in service or just ask a question? You will speak to our Client Service experts in YOUR local area, not in a call center across the other side of the country.

Cutting Edge Service

You'll experience it first hand. Our team will expedite your request for service like you have never experienced before. Same day service is always our goal if that is what you need. You will never wait 2 or 3 days for service for our great service!
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