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AndyL
02-11-2012, 01:19 PM
Anyone have recommendations for who to use for roll off bins? Starting to realize how much junk we've accumulated over the last 4-5 years that we don't want to move :facepalm:

Cheaper is gooder, as long as they're not going to rip up my driveway loading/unloading :rofl:

spacerz
02-11-2012, 01:28 PM
ALTO waste management.

garnet
02-11-2012, 10:09 PM
used 680-bins lately, they worked out fine

B20EF
02-11-2012, 10:13 PM
I used All City Small Hauls. I paid $400 for the largest bin - 17 cubic yards. Almost good enough for my full house gut. I was charged extra for going over 2000kg. You have to take thier word for it because there's really no way to know. They were promt and professional though. Told me to put down wood to protect my driveway.

BMDUBS
02-12-2012, 09:56 AM
Depending on how much volume you need, what about those Waste Management bags you can get at Home Depot? Basically you buy it, take it home fillit up with crap and call for a pick up?

http://www.thebagster.com/

ddduke
02-12-2012, 10:21 AM
Doesn't heavyfuel on here do this? hit him up for a beyond discount.

Tik-Tok
02-12-2012, 10:35 AM
Originally posted by AndyL

Cheaper is gooder

Pile everything in your yard
Rent a U-haul cube truck.
Fill up the truck.
Take it to the dump.
Bonus points for pissing of your hippie neighbors with all the junk in your yard, lol.

When I reno'd my basement I had 10,000 lbs of plaster, lathe, and brick. Cost me $300 for the truck, gas, and landfill fees (also lunch and beer for my helpful friends, lol) VS. the ridiculous amount the dumpster people wanted at the time.

That was the peek of the building boom though, and it was hard to even find one available. So maybe their rates have come down?

C_Dave45
02-12-2012, 11:21 AM
Originally posted by Tik-Tok


Pile everything in your yard
Rent a U-haul cube truck.
Fill up the truck.
Take it to the dump.
Bonus points for pissing of your hippie neighbors with all the junk in your yard, lol.

When I reno'd my basement I had 10,000 lbs of plaster, lathe, and brick. Cost me $300 for the truck, gas, and landfill fees (also lunch and beer for my helpful friends, lol) VS. the ridiculous amount the dumpster people wanted at the time.

That was the peek of the building boom though, and it was hard to even find one available. So maybe their rates have come down?

Seems like an awful lot of time and work.
My son just got a full sized bin dropped off at his house. Complete with lockable grate cover to keep the neighbours from putting their own shit it in. Delivered, picked up, dumped, all for $265 :dunno:

Tik-Tok
02-12-2012, 12:03 PM
Originally posted by C_Dave45


Seems like an awful lot of time and work.
My son just got a full sized bin dropped off at his house. Complete with lockable grate cover to keep the neighbours from putting their own shit it in. Delivered, picked up, dumped, all for $265 :dunno:

I'm guessing he didn't have 10,000 lbs worth of shit to throw out, because that would cost $430 in today's fees. If I recall, at the time they wanted $250 just for drop off/pick up, and the landfill charges on top of that.

heavyfuel
02-12-2012, 12:04 PM
Originally posted by garnet
used 680-bins lately, they worked out fine

Denver's a good friend of mine, if you need a bin that's always who I recommend. I don't do bins myself.

C_Dave45
02-12-2012, 01:12 PM
Originally posted by Tik-Tok


I'm guessing he didn't have 10,000 lbs worth of shit to throw out, because that would cost $430 in today's fees. If I recall, at the time they wanted $250 just for drop off/pick up, and the landfill charges on top of that.
That's a flat rate, whether you put 50 lbs in, or you can squeeze in 15,000 pounds. No concrete of course or dangerous good. He's working on his third bin now. Every one, the same price. All construction debris.

AndyL
02-12-2012, 06:48 PM
hey c-dave - who's he using?

B20EF
02-12-2012, 08:47 PM
Originally posted by Tik-Tok
When I reno'd my basement I had 10,000 lbs of plaster, lathe, and brick. Cost me $300 for the truck, gas, and landfill fees (also lunch and beer for my helpful friends, lol) VS. the ridiculous amount the dumpster people wanted at the time.

That seems like a lot of weight for a Uhaul to carry. What size was it?

TomcoPDR
02-12-2012, 09:13 PM
Originally posted by C_Dave45


Complete with lockable grate cover to keep the neighbours from putting their own shit it in.

People would just put it beside the bin anyways. lol

C_Dave45
02-12-2012, 09:30 PM
Originally posted by B20EF


That seems like a lot of weight for a Uhaul to carry. What size was it?
x2. Hardly think it was 10,000 lbs. Their largest truck is only around 7500 lb capacity:




http://robburke.net/norway99/pages/kingston/DSC00003.JPG

Tik-Tok
02-12-2012, 10:31 PM
Originally posted by C_Dave45

x2. Hardly think it was 10,000 lbs. Their largest truck is only around 7500 lb capacity:

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Yep it was 10,000 lbs, and yep their largest truck is 7500lbs... oops :rofl: . I honestly didn't realize it until I hit the scale at the dump, lol. Thing drove great for being 33% overloaded.

garnet
02-12-2012, 10:57 PM
Originally posted by heavyfuel


Denver's a good friend of mine, if you need a bin that's always who I recommend. I don't do bins myself.

yup, they worked out fine, IIRC has 2 sizes of bins ...all city bins is decent too

chkolny541
02-13-2012, 12:00 AM
Originally posted by C_Dave45

That's a flat rate, whether you put 50 lbs in, or you can squeeze in 15,000 pounds. No concrete of course or dangerous good. He's working on his third bin now. Every one, the same price. All construction debris.

i dont believe this, companies always have a basic dropoff/pick up charge, and a weight surchage. Landill rates are at 98$ per tonne(~2200lbs). Also what counts as a "Full size bin?" they range from 4 yards to 40. whats the name of the company?

and if there is no weight restriction why would concrete not be allowed?

C_Dave45
02-13-2012, 12:05 AM
Originally posted by chkolny541


i dont believe this, companies always have a basic dropoff/pick up charge, and a weight surchage. Landill rates are at 98$ per tonne(~2200lbs). Also what counts as a "Full size bin?" they range from 4 yards to 40. whats the name of the company?

and if there is no weight restriction why would concrete not be allowed?

http://www.premiumdisposal.ca/

12 yard bin. (sorry...it was $280, not $265).


http://www.premiumdisposal.ca/assets/pictures/binedit.jpg

codetrap
02-13-2012, 08:48 AM
Originally posted by chkolny541


i dont believe this, companies always have a basic dropoff/pick up charge, and a weight surchage. Landill rates are at 98$ per tonne(~2200lbs). Also what counts as a "Full size bin?" they range from 4 yards to 40. whats the name of the company?

and if there is no weight restriction why would concrete not be allowed?

Oops eh?

Pricing Information:
Please note our bin prices include pick up, delivery and dump fees. Please note, after 15 days if the bin has NOT been dumped, a $30 rental fee will be issued.

Prices:
12 Cubic yard bin rental $280.00 + GST

B20EF
02-13-2012, 08:59 AM
Originally posted by C_Dave45


http://www.premiumdisposal.ca/

12 yard bin. (sorry...it was $280, not $265).


http://www.premiumdisposal.ca/assets/pictures/binedit.jpg

Tell your son to be careful how much he puts in there. I just called them because I need another bin.

Maximum weight for the 12 cubic yard is 3300lbs or 1.5 tons. Extra charges for anything over that.

C_Dave45
02-13-2012, 09:18 AM
*nm*

chkolny541
02-13-2012, 02:49 PM
Originally posted by codetrap


Oops eh?

Pricing Information:
Please note our bin prices include pick up, delivery and dump fees. Please note, after 15 days if the bin has NOT been dumped, a $30 rental fee will be issued.

Prices:
12 Cubic yard bin rental $280.00 + GST

oops what

as stated ( i was going to call and ask myself as well) the max weight (included) is 1.5 tonnes, which is only ~150$ in garbage cost. So its basically 130$ for the drop off/pick up.

They basically state that you cant put anything really heavy in the bin either (concrete or roofing shingles) due to weight costs.

Ive still gotta say thats an incredible deal.:thumbsup:

phreezee
01-24-2014, 07:11 PM
Bumping an old thread to see if there are any new recommendations. Premium Disposal is up to $299 now, plus $10/day after 15 days. I was hoping to do a 20-30 day rental as cheap as possible. TIA.

mr2mike
01-26-2014, 11:04 AM
My uncle owns a bin company. If anything prices are going up because dump costs are climbing exponentially.
If it's building material and sorted, you can get a better rate.
PM if you're interested.

A790
01-26-2014, 01:26 PM
266junk.com :)