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2300 W 167th St
Markham, IL 60428

708-339-4100 | Dumpster Rentals
708-331-4200 | Demolition

Monday – Friday: 6:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Saturday: 6:00 AM – 2:00 PM

24/7 delivery

Driving Directions

From the east, take I-80 W/I-94 W/US-6 W, continuing to follow I-80 W. Exit onto IL-1 N/S Halsted St., then turn left onto 171st St. and continue 1.5 miles. Turn right onto Wood St., then turn left onto W 167th St. in half a mile to find us ahead on the right in 0.6 miles, shortly after Robert Frost Middle School.

From the west, take I-80 E toward Gary Indiana to exit 154 for Kedzie Ave. Turn left onto Kedzie Ave., then turn right onto W 167th St. and continue east for approximately one mile to find Brackenbox on your left; make a U-turn at Anthony Ave. to reach us.

What’s Nearby

Calumet Country Club

Gensburg – Markham Prairie Nature Preserve

Oak Forest Health Center

River Oaks Center

Markham Public Resources

City Of Markham

Cook County

Markham Chamber of Commerce & Industrial Association

Bradford Anderson Oglesby Public Library

About Brackenbox

Jim Bracken started Brackenbox in 2003 as a roll off dumpster service for homeowners and contractors alike. Brackenbox can make recycling and waste containment and cleanup easy and convenient with dumpster rental serving Chicago. We offer metal recycling, paper recycling, plastic recycling, and roll off dumpster dropoff. You can fill out one of our online forms to request a free quote or find out more about our demo and excavation services.

Markham began as a crossroads for pioneers moving through land that belonged to the Ottawa, Chippewa and Potawatomi Native American tribes. The community grew into a village, which was incorporated in 1925 and named for a former president of the Illinois Central Railroad, Charles H. Markham. The city’s symbol, the “Lone Pine Tree,” is derived from the last survivor of six pine trees grown by resident Lawrence Roesner from seedlings brought from Germany’s Black Forest.

Markham was incorporated as a city in 1967 and continued to develop as a bedroom community for much of the surrounding area. Today, Markham covers an area of 5.31 square miles to the southwest of Chicago and is home to a population of 12,508.