Whether yours is a small home remodel or a large construction project, a construction waste removal option from Waste Connections of TN is a convenient, cost-efficient, safe and time-saving option for any job site.

Waste Connections of Tennessee provides an array of Middle Tennessee construction waste removal containers and open top roll-offs to Metro Nashville and Greater Clarksville job sites in the following counties: Christian, Montgomery, Robertson, Stewart, Cheatham, Dickson, Davidson, Sumner, Williamson and Wilson.

Waste Connections of Tennessee also provides special recycling roll-off containers to Nashville and Clarksville area construction sites in the counties of Montgomery, Stewart, Davidson, Sumner, Williamson and Wilson.

Roll-off truck

Roll-off Container Sizes – Open Top

Roll-Off SizesLength
15 Cubic Yard 15' 8' 3.5'
20 Cubic Yard 22' 8' 3.5'
30 Cubic Yard 22' 8'
40 Cubic Yard 22'
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Roll-Off Container

Open Top Roll-off



Acceptable Roll-off Materials

  • Bricks and masonry material (20 Yard container only - approximately 1/3 full)
  • Bulk amount of leaves and grass clippings (Yard Waste must be separated from all other materials
  • Clean rubble (rock, dirt), (20 Yard container only – approximately 1/3 full)
  • Clothing
  • Common garbage
  • Construction related packaging from builders
  • Electrical wiring and components containing no hazardous material
  • Furniture Mattress and box spring
  • Metal scraps
  • Mobile homes and trailers with tires and fuel tanks removed
  • Motor vehicle glass Non-asbestos insulation
  • Painted or coated wood
  • Plaster and drywall
  • Plumbing fixture
  • Plywood Sheets, towels, pillows or other bedding items
  • Roofing materials
  • Toys
  • Trash bags
  • Treated wood
  • Trees, brush and sod (Yard Waste must be separated from all other material)
  • Untreated wood and sawdust
  • Vegetation from land clearing or grubbing (Yard Waste must be separated from all other material)
  • Vegetation from seasonal or storm cleanup (Yard Waste must be separated from all other material)
  • Vegetation from utility maintenance (Yard Waste must be separated from all other material)
  • Wall and flooring coverings
  • Waste from food consumption at construction or demolition site
  • Wood pallets

Unacceptable Roll-Off Materials

  • Appliances (all white goods)
  • Buckets with paint, solvents, etc.
  • Computer monitors or other computer components
  • Drums and containers
  • Electrical equipment containing hazardous material
  • Electronic waste (TV, VCR, stereos)
  • Friable asbestos
  • Hazardous waste
  • Lawnmowers with oil and gas
  • Liquid waste
  • Outdoor grills with propane tank
  • Paint cans
  • Propane tanks (all sizes)
  • Spray paint cans or containers
  • Tires (whole, cut, or baled)


Roll-off Guidelines

  • Roll-offs should never be placed under any power lines; doing so puts Waste Connections vehicles and waste collection specialists in unnecessary danger.
  • No toxic or hazardous liquids and/or flammable items are allowed in your roll-off container.
  • Please load containers evenly and do not overload; overloaded roll-offs will not be serviced.
  • Place containers only on a driveway or a concrete slab.
  • Children should be kept away from roll-offs at all times.


When customers speak with our Waste Connections Clarksville and Nashville roll-off specialists about renting a permanent or temporary roll-off container, payment terms will be determined.

Payments types accepted include:

  • Bank account payments from savings or checking
  • Checks
  • Credit or debit card payments: American Express, MasterCard, Visa