Frazier's Disposal


{401} 847-9010

exclusively servicing

newport, middletown,

portsmouth, tiverton & jamestown

Rhode Island

for over 45 years

Newport's only LOCAL

dumpster company

About the Owner

In 1975, Walt Frazier decided it was time to start his own business. With an old pick up in tow and street smarts in his pocket, he set out and started Frazier's Disposal Service. His first projects consisted of basement clean outs, which then led to entire house cleanouts. With this success behind him, he decided to put his hands, literally, into Demolition. Whether it was an unfortunate fire or a remodeling project, Walt Frazier was the go to guy for your clean up project. With word of mouth on his side, it was time for a new adventure, weekly garbage removal service serving Aquidneck Island. Fraziers was one of the first in Middletown to offer recycling service. With such a great response from local residents, Frazier wanted to offer more to his fellow neighbors. Which then lead him back to his original plan of household clean outs and remodeling. Most homeowners are do it yourselfers, so Frazier decided it was most fitting to offer roll off construction containers. Now with 3 trucks on the streets and over 150 roll off containers, Frazier's is the one to call for your next clean up project that requires dumpster service.

Frazier's Disposal Service is a family owned and operated business for over 45 years. You will still see Walt in the truck. Mary Ellen, his wife, is the friendly voice you hear when you call the office. His daughter Stephanie, who helps whenever needed, and Paul his son in law who is learning all aspects of this successful business. Frazier would love to someday see his grandchildren, Carter and Ellie, follow in his footsteps and run Frazier's Disposal Service.

"After over 45 years, I believe I have earned the trust of my community. We know you have a choice when it comes to dumpster service, we would like to THANK our loyal customers for their continued patronage."

We look forward to serving Newport County (and Jamestown) for many years to come.

Walt Frazier