A rubble container is suitable for disposing of stony material. In this container you may dispose of various types of debris such as garden tiles and concrete rubble. Rubble is heavy material, also to transport. In connection with traffic safety, we therefore only offer containers in the sizes 3m³ and 6m³.
What is allowed in a debris container?
- bathroom and kitchen tiles
- concrete rubble
- clinkers / ornamental paving
- masonry rubble
- garden gravel
- garden tiles
- roof gravel
- aerated concrete
- soil and garden soil
- plastic bags
- soot pollution
- garden waste
Why rent your rubble container from Spelt Afvalcontainer?
- Ordered today (11:59 p.m.), is delivered the next business day
- All-in prices include: incl. VAT, delivery, collection and 8 weeks rental
- Spelt, will be fine!
View the most frequently asked questions
What size container do I need?
Find more information here to help you choose the right size container.
When can my container be delivered?
If you order today, we can deliver the container the next business day. In addition, you can also specify another day for delivery.
What should I look for when renting a debris container?
- Check with your municipality to see if you need a permit to place a container in a public parking lot.
- Do not fill the waste container higher than the rim.
Want to know what else to look out for or have other questions? Then be sure to get in touch with us. We'd be happy to help! You can also find more information in the blog article 6 tips on renting a dumpster.
Do I need to be present when placing or picking up the container?
No, this is not necessary. If you did not provide any placement information in the comments, the driver will choose the best place for the container. In the remarks section you can also indicate that you want to be called before placement. Please make sure that the container is freely accessible for the driver when removing it. Also take into account that the container should not be loaded too full, no more than 10 cm above the edge.