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Parma Dumpster Rental


Your local Parma dumpster rental service is provided by Vicki and Russ Porter who are the Bin There Dump That franchise owners. With sales management and a customer service background you can expect to get the best dumpster rental service from the Bin There Dump That Parma location. If you need a dumpster just give us a call and let us know about your project and we can get you the right dumpster size at the right price.

Bin There Dump That Parma is your Parma Dumpster Rental Specialists!


4 Yard Dumpster Parma OH

4 Yard Dumpster


9' long, 6' wide, 2' high
  • Construction/Landscaping Debris
  • Topsoil
  • Gravel
  • Heavy items like bricks or concrete
  • Small home cleanout jobs
  • Useful with small driveways
10 Yard Dumpster Parma OH

10 Yard Dumpster


10' long, 7' wide, 4' high
  • Construction
  • Household Debris
  • Furniture
  • Medium to large home cleanout jobs
  • Flood Restoration
  • Fire Restoration
14 Yard Dumpster Parma OH

14 Yard Dumpster


11' long, 8' wide, 4.5' high
  • Construction
  • Household Debris
  • Furniture
  • Medium to large home cleanout jobs
  • Flood Restoration
  • Fire Restoration
20 Yard Dumpster Parma OH

20 Yard Dumpster


11' long, 8' wide, 6' high
  • Construction
  • Household Debris
  • Furniture
  • Medium to large home cleanout jobs
  • Flood Restoration
  • Fire Restoration

Parma Ohio Community Bio:

Parma, the largest suburb of Cleveland, Ohio, located directly south of the city, is an original Blue Collar city. The Parma General Motors Metal Center sprawls across 2.3 million square feet and makes more than 320,000 car parts per day. The plant, which opened in 1948, is Parma's largest employer. About 1,500 workers help assemble a variety of GM car parts.

One of the Cleveland area's top three destinations for young adults, (aged 22 to 34) Parma is increasingly being chosen as a place to live, along with Lakewood and downtown Cleveland and was recently recognized by Businessweek as one of the best places to raise kids in Ohio.

Though Parma is considered a small town, many presidential candidates make sure they stop and stump for votes here when they visit Ohio. Parma Pierogis became famous when then-candidate Bill Clinton paid a visit to the shop during a 1992 campaign stop in Parma. He returned as a U.S. president in May of the following year.


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