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Decatur Dumpster Rental


Your Bin There Dump That franchise operator serving Decatur GA are Kurt and Alisha Anderson. If you are looking for a Decatur dumpster rental service we would be happy to provide our local dumpster rental service and answer any dumpster rental questions you might have before renting a dumpster in Decatur or any of the surrounding areas. We are local family owned dumpster rental service helping families and businesses with their junk removal and garbage removal needs. When is comes to dumpster rental in Decatur GA call Bin There Dump That Decatur for all your roll of dumpster rental needs.


10 Yard Atlanta Dumpster

10 Yard Dumpster

10' long, 7' wide, 4' high

15 Yard Atlanta Dumpster

15 Yard Dumpster

11' long, 8' wide, 4.5' high

20 Yard Atlanta Dumpster

20 Yard Dumpster

11' long, 8' wide, 6' high

Locking Lids for 15 & 20

Locking Lids for 15 & 20

Dumpster Lid for 15 or 20 cubic yard dumpsters.


Decatur GA Community Bio:

Decatur, Georgia is the seat for DeKalb County. Incorporated on December 10, 1823 it is named after Commodore Stephen Decatur, of the U.S. navy, and receiver of the Congressional medal of honor in 1813. The city is located about 5 miles east of Atlanta and is near almost all of metro Atlanta attractions.The city of Decatur is home to over 20,000 people, and the widely known Eddie's Attic, a music lovers dream, calls this beautiful city home. Many well-known musicians such as stars like Sugarland, John Mayer and Shawn Mullins got their start in this beautiful city; and have been known to occasionally drop in from time to time!

Decatur has a bountiful number of historic attractions, sure to please the pickiest of history buffs. In this lovely city you can find the historic Decatur Cemetery, founded in the early 19th century. Historic Oakhurst, and the MAK Historic District of Decatur, are flashbacks to the roaring 20's featuring gorgeous American Craftsman style homes which were the popular housing designs of the era. This neighborhood is a living glimpse into the early 20th century, often used for movie sets such as the recent television series "October Road" and "Stomp the Yard" produced in 2007.

The city also features a number educational attractions for science fanatics of all kinds. From their museums including the Fernbank Museum of Natural History, the David J. Sencer CDC Museum, the Fernbank Observatory, Michael C. Carlos Museum, and the 5-star rated Jim Cherry Memorial Planetarium at Fernbank Science Center, and Sights And Sounds Black Cultural Expo Museum. Decatur is sure to be a go-to destination for anyone looking to escape their daily life, and learn a little about what helped to make georgia the wonderful state it is by digging into its diverse and intriguing background.

Are museums and architecture not your forte? More of an outdoor or art person? Perfect! Decatur is home to a wide variety of parks and nature reserves known for their breathtaking forests, hiking trails, and native wildlife. We also have stunning lakes, botanical gardens including a fascinating historic hydroponics site. Decatur Waterworks was the original hydroponics site providing all drinking water to Decatur, and its surrounding areas from the local Peachtree and Burnt Fork creeks. Upon its abandonment in the 1940's it has had a growing popularity with tourists for its jaw-dropping greenery and beautiful works of graffiti art.

All in all, Decatur is home to a rich and diverse cultural and historic landmarks that draws the attention of all walks of life from all over. From its beautiful outdoor attractions to the educational and historic locations. Whatever your age or interests there is sure to be a piece of Decatur for you.


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