Revenue generated by the Dumpster Rental industry has contracted over the past five years. The plateauing growth is a consequence of intense competition, which has encouraged companies to operate inefficient collection routes at lower prices, while the cost of doing business has consistently increased over the past five years. Nonetheless, an increase in demand, resulting from an increase in population and greater waste generation, has kept industry revenue from declining significantly. The Dumpster Rental industry is expected to fare better over the next five years than it did in the previous five. The overall value of construction is expected to surpass prerecessionary levels in the next five years, which is expected to provide a boon to this industry.
This industry rents dumpsters of varying sizes to residential and commercial customers. Dumpster rental companies typically deliver dumpsters to specific locations and pick them up at specified times. This industry does not include revenue generated from waste disposal activities even though most companies in this industry are vertically integrated and provide a whole range of waste management solutions.
The report covers the scope, size, disposition and growth of the industry including the key sensitivities and success factors. Also included are five year industry forecast, growth rates and an analysis of the industry key players and their market shares.