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Ok, What is the best CY pricing you have ever received? Whether it was a bid or flat rate from xxx. I am curious what others have received because today's pricing sucks! The most I was able to receive was $35 CY because it was a hazard clean out. We filled two 30 yarders and 8ft pick up in 6 hrs and the tip fee was low, so i made a decent payout. All company's want to pay $20-$25. Sorry but there is no way that can work, or at least to turn a profit. Wondering what others have received...
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$50 per cyd. Usually we bill mid thirties to start plus disposal. That is debris only. Paint, tvs, mattresses, etc are line items. Those are our prices. Highest from a national was $32.50 and I think Michael Jackson was still alive.
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Too funny. " Micheal Jackson was still alive" @GTX63
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We get $40 all the time after discount or 80% of HUD

With some creative counting you can bump that a bit and cover some of the discount. The best debris pricing is actually effectively cherry picking flat rates, but that's an art. If you are talking best single event price, I have billed $400 for a small trash bag You can't realistically calculate it that way,but you do feel good when it happens.
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$50 was the highest and we also bid for a dumpster, 99% of the time we get our dumpster paid for. We are learning and actually making ok cash with trashouts, if I bid them, my partner in crime way underbids.
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$50 was the highest and we also bid for a dumpster, 99% of the time we get our dumpster paid for. We are learning and actually making ok cash with trashouts, if I bid them, my partner in crime way underbids.



This is why I NEVER let hubby do the bidding...


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