Berkeley CA Dumpster Rental, Roll Off Dumpsters, Junk Removal, Debris, Waste, Rubbish & Trash Hauling

Contact Us for Dumpsters or Junk Removal in BerkeleyRent A Dumpster From 7 Days Box Dumpster Service
We provide roll off dumpsters delivered directly to you in Berkeley, Ca and throughout the Bay Area. Our dumpster rentals allow you to remove unwanted junk, trash, rubbish, or debris, which often accrues from many routine home improvements, construction, cleaning and other remodeling projects for both your commercial and residential needs. We have dumpster sizes to fit every need, as illustrated below. Just fill our roll off dumpster and call for pickup. We'll dispose of your unwanted trash or debris for you. Berkeley dumpster rental prices can be found here.


Berkeley Junk Removal, Rubbish, Waste, Debris & Trash Removal & Hauling
7DAYSBOX started out as a junk removal service company in 2008 and we still offer our junk removal service for both commercial waste removal and residential debris and trash removal around the Bay Area. We pickup your non-hazardous waste, debris, junk, and rubbish and haul it away for your. Junk hauling was never easier!

7 Days Box works hard to provide fast and excellent junk hauling and dumpster services at very competitive rates. Check our junk removal page for rates. We want our customers to be satisfied with our services and use us again in the future.


Available Debris Box (Dumpster) Sizes
L:8 ft
W: 8 ft
H:2.5 ft
L:12 ft
W: 8 ft
H:3 ft
L:14 ft
W: 8 ft
H:3.5 ft
L:16 ft
W: 8 ft
H:4.5 ft
L:22 ft
W: 8 ft
H:5 ft
L:22 ft
W: 8 ft
H:6.5 ft
* Please note actual dumpster dimensions & colors may vary.
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Useful Information for Berkeley CA


Berkeley, CA is the location of the University of California, the oldest of all the University of California campuses, and the only one designated the nickname "Cal". The city has the reputation of being extremely liberal, and one recent study put it as the 3rd most liberal city in the nation.


The first Europeans to arrive in the Berkeley area was the De Anza expedition in 1776. A group of College of California men decided in 1866 to build a college named after Bishop George Berkeley. Their dreams of funding fell short, and their efforts merged with the state to create the first public university in 1868, the University of California campus at Berkeley.


The first post office opened in 1872, and the railroad followed in the late 1870's. In 1878 the town was incorporated. To this day Berkeley is remembered most for the "hippie" movement, complete with colorful clothing and even more colorful antics.


Following are additional sources of information about waste disposal, recycling, and other Berkeley resources:



City of Berkeley
2180 Milvia St.
Berkeley, CA 94704
(510) 981-2489

Berkeley Garbage Services

Berkeley Recycling Services

Berkeley E-Waste Services

Berkeley Hazardous Household Waste

Berkeley Chamber of Commerce
1834 University Avenue
Berkeley, CA 94703
(510) 549-7000

Berkeley Public Library
2090 Kittredge St.
Berkeley, CA 94704
(510) 981 6100