Frequently asked questions
5 yard bins for concrete, dirt, asphalt and bricks.
5, 10, 12, 15, 20 and 40 yard bins can be used for any type of garbage (except dirt, concrete, bricks): renovations, demolitions, shingles, junk, furniture, wood, appliances, carpets, mattress, tires (please call our office for tire disposal).
Propane tanks, fire extinguishers, all hazardous materials. Please note that propane tanks and fire extinguishers should never be disposed with garbage, they are very dangerous even if they are empty. Call the municipality that you live in – they offer a day when you can bring these items in.
The bin should not be loaded higher than the rim (drivers will not pick up the bin if it is unsafe for them to carry it on the roads). The waste should be even throughout the bin.
We accept all major credit cards, cheque or cash. Credit card number is given when bin is ordered, cheque and cash is given to the driver (we do require a deposit on each bin that is ordered). Once the bin is picked up we will determine the weight, if we owe you a refund on the deposit that was originally paid, a cheque with an invoice will be mailed out to you.
Once the bin is picked up, the driver will take the waste to a dump station that uses a scale to weigh the total amount in the bin. This is done by the truck going into the loading station. The weight plus the weight of the bin equals the total gross weight. The tare weight is the deducted to give you a total net weight. A slip is then given which states the final weight of contents inside the bin.
We can usually deliver the same day. Pickups are either the same day or next day.
On the driveway – no. On the street – yes (please call the municipality that you live in).
Toronto – (416) 392 8188
York Region – (905) 895-1231
PEEL – (905) 791-7800
City of Mississauga (905) 896-500
Yes we do, we deliver on Saturdays and Sundays. For Sunday service you must call our office on Friday.
Yes we do. Concrete, dirt, metal, wood, cardboard, electronics.
Yes we do. $10.00 is donated to the breast cancer society of Canada for every 5 yard bin order.