Contain DIY Waste With The Bagster

My inspiration for C&H blog posts knows no bounds–magazines, newspapers, HGTV, friends and family–and now, television commercials. Last night, I found myself intrigued by an ad for The Bagster, a dumpster in a bag that can be purchased at local home improvement stores and, post-project, hauled away by scheduling a pick-up.
Waste Management, The Bagster’s parent company, says the large, durable invention can tackle a variety of home projects, from roofing, renovations, organizing, landscaping and more. For an even more specific breakdown, each The Bagster can hold:

  • 47 sheets of 1/2-inch thick, 4′ x 8′ sheetrock
  • 180 wall studs
  • 8 to 10 squares of 30-year asphalt roofing shingles
  • 900 square feet of carpet
  • 900 square feet of ceramic, glass or porcelain tile
  • 1,280 square feet of 3/4-inch thick hardwood flooring

Once The Bagster is full, place a call to Waste Management to schedule a pick-up. Service is available in most large metropolitan areas, and the company says additional locations are being added regularly. The approximate cost to haul away one mixed-waste load is $109, and $89 for each additional bag. Waste Management says The Bagster is cheaper than renting a traditional Dumpster. If you try it out, let us know your thoughts!
Photo courtesy of Amazon

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Katy Schamberger
Katy Schamberger is a Kansas City-based freelance writer, editor, blogger and author who weaves experience as a journalist, magazine editor and Chief Content Officer to create compelling, engaging copy that informs, entertains and inspires action. Oh, and she likes to take photos, too, especially of architecture, food and cocktails. Welcome!