We offer solid waste removal services throughout Peterborough County and the Kawarthas for residential, commercial, industrial and institutional requirements. Priced competitively, our friendly, professional staff will work with you to provide the best service to fit your project needs.
15 Cubic Yards – 15′ L x 8′ W x 5′ H
20 Cubic Yards – 21.5′ L x 8′ W x 5′ H
30 Cubic Yards – 22′ L x 8′ W x 7′ H
40 Cubic Yards – 22′ L x 8′ W x 8′ H
(Due to variation of bin styles offered measurements are approximate)
Bins ordered before 12 noon can generally be delivered same day, or next day guaranteed. Same day delivery and pick up is available where time allows. Bin drop off and pick up is arranged in-store or by phone 705-750-0440 during regular hours. Yard materials are also available for delivery to your site in a rental bin where a separate delivery might normally be required.
- Credit Card required in advance, (Visa, M/C) or an additional deposit may be required
- Prepaid with Debit/Credit or e-Transfer
- Cash or Certified Cheque on Delivery
How long can the bin be kept?
The standard bin rental is for up to seven days. Just call us when the bin is ready for pick up, (Pick-up is not automatic.) Additional rental time is available by the day, week or month. Call for a hassle free quote!
What kinds of material can be put in the bin?
Bins can be filled with any one of the following materials. Mixing is not permitted.
- Clean Fill (natural material only, soil, sand and stone)
- Household (additional fees are charged for mattresses and box springs)
- Construction Waste (including asphalt shingles)
- Green Waste (including branches & stumps)
- Concrete (must be clean, no painted material, no red brick)
- Asphalt (road material, no soil to be mixed)
- Metal (call for rates and services required)
What is the definition of Clean Fill?
Clean fill consists only of topsoil, sand, small amounts of sod, and natural stone. A good rule of thumb is not to include any man made material, including small end cuts of pavers and/or bricks. Also Clean fill does not consist of concrete, asphalt, wood, plant material or any compostable green waste and must not be mixed with clean fill.
What is considered Solid Waste?
Non hazardous solid waste included renovation waste, demolition waste, drywall, wood, plaster, roofing, shingles and scrap metal. Hazardous waste such as used oil, liquid paints, cleaning chemicals, electronics, batteries and propane tanks cannot be included.