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We provide garbage bin rental services. They are also called garbage bins, dumpsters, junk bins, skips etc.. Essentially we provide a large metal container that can be filled up. It is delivered on your property for homes and businesses.

Household Garbage

Construction Waste

Drywall

Metal

Wood

Frequently Asked Questions

We are licensed by the Ministry of the Environment and carry comprehensive million liability insurance. All of our workers are covered by Worker’s Compensation and we have an excellent safety record. Safety, both for our workers and our customers, is our number-one priority on the job.

Depends on your location. All sizes can be delivered. Therefore, we always encourage to call our experts before booking one.

We will deliver your bin anywhere from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m., and cannot guarantee that you will have a full day’s use of the bin on either the pick up or delivery day. We recommend getting it delivered the day before and picked up the day after you need the bin. Please note we do not charge you for these days since we cannot guarantee a time.

for our workers and our customers, is our number-one priority on the job.

We stopped offering this service due to the COVID epidemic and now just rent garbage bins for the foreseeable future.

We provide garbage bin rental services. They are also called garbage bins, dumpsters, junk bins, skips etc.. Essentially we provide a large metal container that can be filled up. It is delivered on your property for homes and businesses.

No maximum weight. All weight charges are included but you have to follow permissible material in the bin. Therefore, we always encourage to call our experts before booking one.

We currently service the Vancouver area.

Our standard rental period is three days (not including delivery and pick-up date so bin is at your location for 3 days. Extra days can be added at $45 per day.

-Adhesives, like glue or epoxy, should be disposed of with regular household trash or recycling instead of a roll-off dumpster. Loose adhesives can damage the container. They might also cause debris to stick together or to the container walls, making them hard to remove. -Car batteries, as well as lithium batteries, cannot go in a dumpster because they can leak harmful chemicals. Take old car batteries to a local recycler or auto shop. Lithium batteries, like those found in laptops, can be recycled at most electronics retailers. Alkaline batteries (AA, AAA, D, etc.) cannot go in a dumpster. -Fluorescent bulbs contain small amounts of mercury, so they cannot go in the dumpster. -Food waste is often prohibited from roll-off dumpsters since it can attract rodents or make a mess in the container. If you have to dispose of large amounts of food waste, consider using municipal trash services. -Freon – Refrigerators, freezers and AC units cannot be disposed of in the dumpster unless the freon is removed by a professional. Freon-containing appliances can usually be picked up by local sanitation departments as part of their bulk debris pickup schedule. Or, some retailers will take your old appliances when you purchase a replacement. -Heavy Material – heavy debris, such as plaster, concrete, brick, block and asphalt, are not allowed in the bins. -Hot water tanks are not accepted in any dumpster because they can contain harmful gases inside of them that have a high risk of exploding. Other hot water heater disposal options include selling, scrapping or donating. -Household Cleaners – Chemical cleaners or solvents should not be tossed in a dumpster. However, you may throw empty containers in your dumpster as long as they are rinsed out and do not contain any residual chemicals. -Inks and resins used in pens and printers can damage equipment and stain the interior of dumpsters. These are best disposed of through recycling centres or retailers with drop-off services. -Oils, Fuels, & Propane Tanks – Propane tanks, fuels, oils, and other flammable materials are serious safety hazards when tossed in a dumpster. These substances are highly combustible, and it is illegal to dispose of them improperly in most areas. -Paint & Paint Cans – Full or partially full cans of wet paint generally cannot go in a dumpster, including paint thinners, lacquers or wood stains. However, in most municipalities, you can dispose of dry latex paint as long as you wrap the sealed can in a plastic bag. You might also consider finding a household hazardous waste depot in your area. -Railroad Ties and Telephone Poles – Lumber materials like railroad ties and telephone poles are treated with harmful wood preservatives and aren’t allowed in our dumpsters. However, some landfills will accept intact railroad ties. -Flammable or ignitable wastes start fires easily or can quickly intensify an existing fire, so they must be thrown away properly. All it takes is a small spark from the garbage truck or a lit cigarette to trigger an explosion in just a few minutes. Examples: Kerosene, matches and flares, rubbing alcohol, diesel fuel, cleaning solvents, nail polish remover, motor oil -Corrosive wastes are very acidic or basic materials that can cause severe harm to human skin and even erode metal containers, like dumpsters and trash cans. This makes them not only a serious risk to waste workers, but also harmful to the environment because they can contaminate groundwater and hurt marine life if thrown out improperly. Examples: Rust remover, oven cleaner, chlorine bleach, automotive lead-acid batteries -Reactive wastes are unstable in normal environments and may explode under regular pressure, in normal temperatures or when exposed to water. The heat of a landfill or garbage truck compressor may increase the likelihood of these compressed gases exploding or releasing toxic fumes, which can seriously burn your eyes, nose, throat and more. Examples: Propane tanks, oxygen tanks, partially filled aerosol cans, ammunition, fertilizer -Toxic Wastes – Toxic materials can be dangerous or lethal if ingested or exposed to the skin. Some toxic wastes may cause severe eye or skin irritation, respiratory troubles, and even contamination of local ecosystems or watersheds if they are not handled correctly. Examples: Medications, antifreeze, pesticides, fluorescent light bulbs -Biohazardous waste – consists of potentially infectious materials or substances, such as blood. Of special concern are sharp wastes such as needles, blades, glass pipettes, and other wastes that can cause injury during handling. Examples: Blood, needles/sharps, bodily fluids, animal waste, animal body parts.

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