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Things to know when renting a disposal bin
All of our bins have doors that are on the back of the bin. Once opened the walk in height is usually about 8 inches. We deliver all of our bins on wood to protect the driveway or loading surfaces. If the driveway or loading surface is old and cracked and/or in disrepair, damage may occur. For commercial or industrial applications we can use wood upon request. You can fill out our online quote form or contact us for pricing via email or phone. Call us anytime at (416) 265-7979
How much will it cost?
All of our pricing is upfront with NO hidden fees. For Junk Removal and Excavation Services SDL provides a FREE Estimate beforehand, the best way to find out pricing is to call and speak with one of our agents directly. As well our Dumpster Bin Rental Pricing can be requested online through our forms or over the phone. Call anytime (416) 265-7979
What payment methods are accepted?
Visa, MasterCard or American Express.
Is SDL Licensed and Insured?
Yes, absolutely. All of our employees, trucks and equipment are fully licensed and insured. SDL also has liability insurance and WSIB Clearance Certificates.
Can the disposal bin be placed on the street?
Some local governments will allow it and some won’t. The City of Toronto requires a Street Occupation Permit. For more information on the Toronto Street Occupation Permits visit the Toronto City Website or call them at (416) 392-6593. Outside of Toronto please call your local municipal government for more information.
How do I load the Disposal Bin?
Please load waste level to the Disposal Bin walls or lower. Any waste piled higher than the top of the Disposal Bin is overloaded. The waste should be distributed evenly inside the bin for easier pickup.
What needs to be done before delivery of the Disposal Bin?
Please ensure there is at least a 16 (sixteen) foot wide access to the Disposal Bin drop site to allow room for the truck and it’s mechanics. Make sure you have the proper city permits needed if the Disposal Bin is being placed on the street. If the Disposal Bin is being placed on a driveway or other area that is in good condition, you may want to lay down large sheets of plywood where the Disposal Bin will be placed to avoid damage.
What happens to the waste once removed from my property?
SDL is VERY environmentally conscious and we recycle whatever material qualifies, the rest of the waste goes to the dump. Common recyclables are: paper, wood, metal, concrete, plastic, electronics and computer equipment.
What is clean fill waste?
Clean fill is soil and rock. Soil: clay, silt, and/or sand – Rock: containing natural occurring materials.