All York1 bin rentals include delivery, pickup, disposal, driveway protection and our no-surprise pricing. So you can get your work done smoothly and sustainably.
How big are the Bins?
14 Yard Bin
20 Yard Bin
40 Yard Bin
We accept items such as the ones listed below, but if you have any questions about your waste, please call us to discuss.
Drywall, roofing shingles, cedar shake roofing, metal, cardboard, counters, tiles, flooring, carpet, wood, pressure treated lumber and railway ties.
Furniture, electronics, bicycles, appliances, yard waste, clothes, old lawn equipment and dry food waste.
Residential dirt and sod, concrete only, clay bricks only, gravel only, brick only and mixed rubble (broken down to a soccer ball size or smaller, otherwise call for heavy debris dumpsters).
Organics, restaurant waste, refrigerator waste and green bin waste.
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Greater Toronto Area
To request an online order for a standard mixed waste bin, simply click on the "Order A Dumpster" button above. However, if you need to dispose of materials like brick, asphalt, concrete, or soil, please use the phone number provided to place the order.
Phone Number: 416-688-4747
Peace of Mind Performance from Downtown Toronto, North to Barrie. From Trafalgar Road in Oakville East to Bowmanville. Including Brampton, Orangeville, Caledon, Newmarket, Innisfil, Georgina, Scarborough, Pickering, Oshawa, Uxbridge and Stouffville.
Hamilton, Niagara And
Phone Number: 905-312-9506
Service Excellence within your Budget, West of Trafalgar Road into the Hamilton Core, including Kitchener, Waterloo, Guelph, Cambridge, Brantford, Binbrook, Grimsby, St. Catharines, and Niagara Falls.
Bracebridge and Muskoka
Phone Number: 705-646-1597
Sustainable Partnerships and dumpster service North of Barrie into cottage country. Including Midhurst, Orillia, Rosseau, Huntsville, Algonquin, Haliburton, Pointe au Baril, Port Carling, Kennisis Lake, Trout Creek, Rye, and Birds Creek.
These maps represent a general service area if you require a bin outside these boundaries call us for pricing.
Frequently Asked Questions
You need a waste bin If you’re getting rid of general mixed waste, construction debris, items from an estate clean-up, furniture, brush or trees. If you’re disposing of reusable, uncontaminated materials such as soil, asphalt, and brick, block, or concrete, then you need a inert fill bin.
Kindly refrain from disposing of certain items, which may include but are not limited to:
- Asbestos (Use our Contact Us form to request special service)
- Contaminated Soil (Use our Contact Us form to request special service)
- Oil/Car Fluids
- Propane Tanks
1 metric tonne is equal to 1,000 kilos or 2,200 pounds.
To protect your property we will place our bins on a wood base. However, we are not responsible for any damages and suggest you put down a few sheets of plywood to prevent the bin from sinking into the ground.
Various items may be challenging to lift over the top of a bin. This is why we always suggest opening the bin doors and walking in your waste. Start with the bigger items and fill in the gaps later with the smaller pieces. For safety reasons, we ask that items do not stick out over the top of the bin.
We cannot legally transport a bin that has been overloaded. It is dangerous and could cause injury to the public and our drivers. You will be required to remove items sticking out over the top of the bin prior to removal from your premises.
This only happens when the bin is overloaded. We are not responsible for the waste that falls out of the bin. Please ensure you order a bin that is best suited to your needs and does not overload the container.
Assuming you’ve followed the outlined terms, your invoice will be the same as our advertised price plus applicable taxes. We take deposits for orders placed by telephone and will bill your card accordingly once the bin has been weighed and dumped.
Please refer to the bin sizes listed above and ensure there is at least double that space. Remember to ensure there are no low-hanging wires in the area for the bin to be dropped.
We can place the bin on your lawn, but remember full bins can weigh in excess of 10 metric tonnes. That’s a lot of weight so please ensure you use plywood to prevent the bin from sinking into your lawn.
Yes. Trees and shrubs are considered mixed waste and can be thrown into any size bin.