Asked on May 17, 2019

How and where to move my garbage after renovation?

FlipturnZard PocleebNaomie Moore aka baileyanddaisey, Castaic CA
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Hi,

I'm planning to renovate my house as my daughter's marriage is approaching fastly. I'm a mason and I used to make a lot of buildings. So, I have an idea of renovating our apartment to some more spacious one.

I made a plan and renovated according to the plan. Now, the problem is , as there was a renovation, there was a lot of materials which we used for the renovation. The cement packets and other materials which are waste. As we live in town, we are not able to dispose of the waste. I searched on google and found about the http://www.gorillabins.ca/service-areas/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank">http://www.gorillabins.ca/service-areas/] garbage bins in toronto [/url] that help in this kind of situations.

Friends, if you have got any suggestions, kindly share it.

Thanks in advance!

4 answers
  • Unique Creations By Anita
    on May 17, 2019

    Here in Australia, you can hire the large industrial skips that you can put all the building waste into. Check locally to see if you have the same thing.

  • Contact your refuse service. For an additional charge they can move it for you. Here in the US there are construction waste services that you can rent. They deliver the appropriate size container. When filled they come remove it. Also check with your local municipality.

  • Zard Pocleeb
    on May 17, 2019

    You might also be able to hire someone to haul it away.

  • Flipturn
    on May 22, 2019

    Depending on how many trailer or truck loads of construction waste you may have, rather than hiring someone, and paying them pr load, it may be more cost effective to rent a ½ ton truck, load up and drive to the dump yourself. The category of garbage that you have would be Renovation waste. Don't bother trying to separate any of it into recycling categories. As it is renovation waste, none of the plastics or papers would be accepted anyway at any of the sorting centres.


    In Toronto, although there is separation at the curb-side pickup, it all gets dumped together eventually. There was a documentary recently on CBC about that, and Marketplace has had programs about that as well.


    Fees at the city dump locations are charged by weight. The link below shows on a map where the drop off locations are in the GTA, as well as information about hours, fees, etc. Not all locations accept all kinds of waste materials. Check first before you set out.


    https://www.toronto.ca/services-payments/recycling-organics-garbage/drop-off-depots/locations/

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