A Guide to Health, Safety, and Responsible Waste Disposal to Home Renovations

Home renovations are a fantastic way to revitalize your living space and increase your property’s value. However, amidst the excitement of transforming your home, it’s crucial not to overlook the health and safety aspects of the project. Additionally, responsible waste disposal is a significant component of any home renovation that often gets neglected. In this … Continued

A little bit about our bins

Call us biased if you want, but we think our bins are definitely better looking than most of the dumpsters out there—we keep them looking clean and, even though they get banged about a fair bit, you won’t feel ashamed to have them in front of your home. They’re light-weight, driveway-friendly and come in three … Continued

Handy checklist #2: What can (and can’t) go in a clean fill bin

Clean fill can be a little confusing for first-timers. The most important thing to remember is that you can’t mix items of more than one type in a single clean fill bin, or mix clean fill with junk, if you don’t want to pay to have your load disposed of as solid waste (and considering clean fill … Continued

Handy checklist #1: What can (and can’t) go in a junk bin

THE YES LIST Tools Books Boxes Old or damaged memorabilia Clothing Firewood, pallets Kitchenware Scrap wood Drywall/plaster Ceiling tiles Floor or wall tiles Cabinets Countertops Construction/demolition waste Scrap metal Shingles Windows Doors Toilets, bathtubs, sinks Fencing Carpet Washers Dryers Dishwashers TVs Hot water tanks Beds/mattresses Dressers Wall units/cabinets Tables Desks Couches/Sofas Futons Chairs Filing cabinets … Continued