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Boxes for Rent

United Rentals carries roll-off boxes to help you store runoff, soil and waste to keep your construction site clean. Also known as roll-off dumpsters, our inventory features vacuum and dewatering roll-off boxes, as well as plastic and metal options.

For our full list of boxes for rent, view the items below. For more information, visit our resource section.

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Cat Class Code
605-7920

Roll-Off Box, Metal Lid, 25 cubic yds.

  • Heavy-duty metal construction
  • Easily transported by trailer
  • Equipped with metal lid for secure covering
  • 25 cubic yard capacity
  • Uses: Ideal for construction sites, this roll-off liquid storage container will comply with disposal regulations, trap grease and separate other solids at your site
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Cat Class Code
605-8150

Roll-Off Box, Plastic Lid, 18 cubic yds.

  • Durable and flexible
  • Easily transported by trailer
  • Equipped with plastic lid for secure covering
  • 18 cubic yard capacity
  • Uses: Ideal for construction sites, this roll-off liquid storage container will comply with disposal regulations, trap grease and separate other solids at your site
Green Pinnacle Roll Tarp Rolloff Box
Cat Class Code
605-8350

Roll Tarp Rolloff Box, 25 cubic yards

  • Capacity: 25 cubic yards
  • Height: 5'-3" (plus height of bows)
  • Width: 8'-0" (box only), 8'-6" (overall)
  • Length: 23'-0¼" (overall)
  • Weight: 6,375 lbs.
  • Contact your Fluid Solutions representative for more information.
Green and brown Pinnacle dewatering rolloff box
Cat Class Code
605-9030

Dewatering Rolloff Box, 25 cubic yds., Insert

  • Manage and dewater sludge and slurry with these vacuum-rated containers
  • Easily transported by trailer
  • Flexible roof makes it easy to manage
  • Equipped with tarp
  • Uses: Ideal for construction sites, this rolloff liquid storage container will comply with disposal regulations, trap grease and separate other solids at your site
Green Pinnacle Dewatering Roll Off Box, 25 cubic yds.
Cat Class Code
605-9070

Dewatering Roll Off Box, 25 cubic yds.

  • Manage and dewater sludge and slurry with these vacuum-rated containers
  • Easily transported by trailer
  • Flexible roof makes it easy to manage
  • 150-micron consumable filter cloth
  • Uses: Ideal for construction sites, this roll-off liquid storage container will comply with disposal regulations, trap grease and separate other solids at your site
  • Please contact a United Rentals representative today for information
Green Pinnacle Vacuum Rolloff Box
Cat Class Code
605-9100

Vacuum Rolloff Box, 25 cubic yds.

  • Volume of 25 cubic yards
  • Secure material with vacuum-seal lid
  • Store solid waste
  • Solid waste storage
  • Uses: Ideal for solid waste storage and removal from construction sites
Resources

More About Roll-Off Boxes

FAQs

Browse United Rentals’ collection of boxes for rent, designed to safely store jobsite waste like debris, sludge, trash and runoff. These heavy-duty units ensure your jobsite remains compliant with workplace regulations without sacrificing your budget or manpower. Our selection features dewatering roll-off boxes, perfect for preventing hazards like mudslides and unstable foundations, as well as roll tarp roll-off boxes, which feature a tarp covering to prevent contaminants, flooding or visibility. Trust United Rentals with your next roll-off box for rent. To learn more about the advantages of dewatering, visit our Project Uptime article on The Importance of Dewatering.

Learn more about roll-off boxes in our FAQ section below.

How do you manage construction waste?

Construction waste management procedures often vary by waste type. Use dumpsters for furniture or recyclable items from an existing structure or even concrete from a site. Meanwhile, roll-off boxes with vacuum-sealed lids and filter panels are ideal for liquid site waste like runoff or for dewatering sludge or slurry. Need more help? Fill out our form and a Fluid Solutions expert can assist with your needs.

What is considered sludge?

Sludge is a semisolid substance produced from a variety of industrial processes, such as wastewater treatment and sanitation services, and can contain harmful chemicals. Learn more about the benefits of using a solids handling pump for sludge removal in our Project Uptime article.

What does a dewatering box do?

Also known as a filter box or a dewatering container, dewatering boxes separate liquids from solids in water and wastewater. Dewatering boxes make materials easier to handle, transport and dispose of. You can use a dewatering box to reduce the volume and weight of materials being handled, lower transportation costs and minimize the environmental impact of waste disposal. Our Project Uptime article, Construction Dewatering Q&A with the Experts has more information on dewatering systems and methods.

Tips for Choosing a Roll-Off Box

United Rentals offers a variety of roll-off boxes and accessories that are designed to safely store jobsite waste, but each box has specific purposes and requirements to be aware of. The best options for your project can be determined by the type of waste material you are dealing with, so be sure to read the roll-off box product descriptions carefully and check out the tips below to choose the right box for your next project.

Do you need a liner?

If you are storing wet or powdery substances or liquids, we recommend that you use a liner or two to help with cleanup and avoid a cleaning fee when you return the box. If you are storing drier materials, you likely do not need to use a liner. Roll-off box liners are available in mesh or cloth and come in a variety of sizes and options. Your equipment vendor can help you choose the best liner for your project.

Do you need a dewatering cloth or a screen?

Whether to choose a dewatering cloth or screen depends on the size of the particles you are storing; if they are finer particles, you should use a dewatering cloth, and if they are larger particles, you should use a dewatering screen to avoid blocking the water from going through. Ask a United Rentals representative for help if you are unsure which option will work best for your project, and they will take a sample cloth and screen to your site and run a test to see which works better.

Do you need a roll tarp box or a dewatering box?

Depending on how often and how much you are dewatering, you may be able to save money by using a roll tarp box instead of a dewatering box. If you are dewatering a small amount of waste that only needs to be dumped once, you can add a liner (see above) to a roll-off box and open the door for drainage instead of purchasing a dewatering box. If you are dewatering larger amounts and/or dewatering them more than once, you need to use a dewatering box.