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

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

 

San Francisco 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 San Francisco CA

 

San Francisco, CA is known worldwide for its Golden Gate bridge, the Great Earthquake of 1906, having one of the world's best natural harbors, their local Chinatown, and for being one of the most expensive cities to live in in anywhere in the world. The first European to lay eyes on this magnificent area was Spanish explorer Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo, but heavy fog hid the natural harbor entrance from sight. Another famous explorer who was in the area was Englishman Sir Francis Drake in 1579, but he too missed the harbor and its entrance from the Pacific Ocean.

 

San Francisco became part of the United States with the signing of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo in 1848. The Gold Rush of 1848 and 1849 saw a large influx of population to the area, and the discovery of Silver in 1859 saw more growth to the area. Other major milestones in the city history include the building of the railroad and the immigration of workers from China. One little known fact about San Francisco was its' location as the first plague epidemic in the United States. In 1900, a ship with infected rats landed in its harbor and led to a four year plague epidemic. The Great Earthquake of 1906 and the subsequent burning of San Francisco also had a major impact on the growth of the city and its re-building.

 

San Francisco today is a vibrant, multi-cultural city that is visited by tourists from all around the world.

 

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

 

 

San Francisco City Hall
1 Dr Carlton B Goodlett Pl
San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 701-2311
www.ci.sf.ca.us/index.asp

 

San Francisco Garbage Information
 

San Francisco Garbage Info
 

San Francisco Recycling
 

San Francisco Towards Zero Waste
 

San Francisco Recycling E-Waste

San Francisco Chamber of Commerce
235 Montgomery Street
San Francisco, CA 94104
(415) 392-4520
www.sfchamber.com
 

San Francisco Library
100 Larkin Street
San Francisco
(415) 557-4400
www.sfpl.org