Bin-Rental

Common Mistakes To Avoid When Renting A Bin

When looking for bin rentals, take some time to do some research prior to hiring a company. Making an informed decision is crucial to receiving quality services. You can consider Ontario Trucking & Disposal Inc. for your dumpster or recycling requirements for your construction, renovation and demolition projects. Our experts are dedicated to providing you with a safe and clean work site through on-time deliveries and pickups.

 

Avoid These Errors:

Rented bins are an easy way to remove junk and debris from construction sites. When choosing bin rental services, avoid making these errors:


1. Renting a Very Small Bin:

Choose the right size dumpster rental for your project. Always overestimate the size of the bin you are considering. Most people find extra junk to dispose of when the dumpster has space left in them. If your estimate is a bin between two sizes, consider the larger one. Don’t worry about the extra costs. If the bin fills up quickly, you will have to pay for a second one which would be costlier.


2. Blocking the Path to The Dumpster:

The dumpster should be easily accessible wherever you place it. Sometimes, people forget to clear the way which makes bin delivery and pickup extremely challenging. You should allocate a space before renting it. Don’t consider places surrounded by trees or immovable objects like lamp posts. The path to the dumpster should be such that trucks can get in and out easily.


3. Filling the Dumpster Beyond Its Maximum Capacity:

Your bin has a maximum limit of filling up which is decided by the manufacturer. This dependency on its capacity to take load is crucial for safety while loading the filled bin into the truck. These bins have to be driven to the waste management facility and emptied.


Be mindful that even if there is some space beyond the maximum fill line, you shouldn’t overfill it. Also, a lid won’t fit properly when objects are sticking out of the top of the bin. It is dangerous to transport an uncovered dumpster. It is also important to, consider the weight of the items you dispose in the dumpsters. Bricks or crumbled cement are heavy and your bin may reach the weight limit before the maximum volume. Estimate the weight of the objects before you load them into the bins.


4. Putting Hazardous Materials in Dumpster:

Go through the list of items which you are allowed to put in our waste bins. We charge less for sorted bins than a one with combined items. By mixing items, you will be putting the servicemen handling it at risk of injury. The environment may even get polluted or contaminated through mixed-up construction waste. You should follow the local laws and regulations when disposing of waste items.


5. Scheduling a Drop-Off or Pick-Up on Your Working Day:

It is better to be present on-site when the trucks come for pick-up or drop. You can guide the officials to place it at the exact planned site. If they are placed at an incorrect spot, your workload and physical labour will increase as you try to shift it or bring debris to it.


6. Putting Hazardous Materials in Dumpster:

Go through the list of items which you are allowed to put in our waste bins. We charge less for sorted bins than a one with combined items. By mixing items, you will be putting the servicemen handling it at risk of injury. The environment may even get polluted or contaminated through mixed-up construction waste. You should follow the local laws and regulations when disposing of waste items.


7. Working Around the Bin with Improper Safety Measures:

You can place wood under the bins to protect your floor or property from any type of damage. Take care to not trip on these wooden planks while loading your bins. You may toss the debris outside the bin if you throw in items half-heartedly. This could damage the surroundings.


We believe in quality customer service and strive to provide you with a pleasant experience. Plan and schedule your bin rental for best results. Contact us to learn more about our services or book online today.

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