Let us help you with your recycling requirements. Our experienced staff will help ensure that you get your recycling deposit back. Just let us know if your job requires recycling when you place your debris box service order and we will send your recycling receipt directly to your city, or county building department.
Redwood Debris Boxes / Dumpsters
Debris boxes / dumpsters are on rails and are 1ft taller outside than the listed height. Dimensions are L x W x H. All boxes have double doors on the rear of the box. All boxes except 8yd & 4yd have wheels on the rear.
Box / Dumpster Detail Chart
4 cubic yard box / dumpster
Size = 9 x 5 x 2½ ft.
8 cubic yard box / dumpster
8.8 cubic yard box / dumpster
Size = 8 x 8 x 4 ft.
Included Load = .50 ton (1,000 lbs.)
15 cubic yard box / dumpster
20 cubic yard box / dumpster
Size = 16 x 8 x 4½ ft.
30 cubic yard box / dumpster
Size = 20 x 8 x 5 ft.
Included Load = 3.50 tons (7,000 lbs.)
40 cubic yard box / dumpster
Size = 22 x 8 x 6 ft.
Included Load = 4.50 tons (9,000 lbs.)
Debris Box Use
At Redwood, we have a wide variety of debris box sizes to meet every need. Our experienced and friendly staff will help you select the right box for your needs, saving you time and money. Please use the chart below to help us match your job site requirements.
Only the material or materials specified on the delivery receipt may be
put in The box. If other materials are added the box will become a standard C&D box. If you ordered a 10 yd box for dirt, concrete, brick or other heavy materials We provide a 15yd box to be filled 2/3 fill (16" down from the top and Marked by a reinforcing ridge around the side of the box).
General Debris and C&D Boxes
These boxes are for a wide range of construction and home cleanup materials. Heavy materials such as dirt, concrete, stucco, brick etc. should not be put In the boxes unless arranged with our office. Overweight charges apply to loads in excess of the included load.
Debris Box Use Rules
We need your help to make recycling work. If you order a recycling box you are saving money and helping the environment. Only the materials specified can be put in recycling boxes. If other materials are placed in the recycling box it will then become a standard load box, which can be subject to expensive overweight charges.
Step 1: A debris box is hoisted onto the truckbed.
Step Two: The box locked down onto the truckbed.
Step Three: The safety net is stretched over the debris.
Step Four: Now it's secure enough for the public roads.