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

Contact Us for Dumpsters or Junk Removal in OaklandRent A Dumpster From 7 Days Box Dumpster Service
We provide roll off dumpsters delivered directly to you in Oakland, 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. Oakland dumpster rental prices can be found here.


Oakland 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 Oakland CA


Oakland, CA is the eighth largest city in the state, and was incorporated in 1852. It is also the county seat for Alameda County, and regarded as the heart of the East Bay.


The path to population for the area went straight through the forest lands that helped build San Francisco. The area's fertile ground helped it become established as farmland, and the growth from the California Gold Rush helped establish Oakland as a main stop for passengers and cargo from the Bay area to the foothills of the Sierras. The building of a railroad in the area by the late 1860's saw even greater growth for the city. The San Francisco Earthquake in 1906 led to the exodus from that destroyed city with wealthy families looking for another area to rebuild their grand mansions. The addition of streetcars connecting to inter-city rail lines helped move the population, as did extensive bus lines and the ferry fleet that connects the city to San Francisco.


The population continued to grow, and led to the Oakland of today, regarded by many as one of the most diverse populations in the United States.


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



City of Oakland
Oakland City Hall
1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza
Oakland, CA 94612
(510) 444-CITY


Oakland Garbage Services

Oakland Recycling Services

Oakland E-Waste Services

Oakland Hazardous Household Waste

Oakland Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce
475 14th St #100
Oakland, CA 94612
(510) 874-4800

Oakland Main Library
125 14th Street
Oakland CA 94612
510) 238-3134