Monday, 15 August 2016

One way we determine the cost of a rental is based on the debris type of what is being disposed. The different types of debris go to different landfills, all of which have their own pricing. When ordering your bin, you want to make sure that you are ordering it for the right type of debris. Easiest way to do this would be to explain to the sales representative or office staff member what exactly the project is that you are doing and what the disposal will contain. If it so happens that the type of debris is different than what was agreed on upon arrival to remove your bin, there will be a fee accessed for having to take the bin to a different landfill.
There are three different types of debris that we accept. One is construction debris. Examples of this debris would be anything that it takes to build a house such as, toilets, sheet rock, kitchen counters, dry wall, siding, etc. Another type is household or mixed debris. This covers things that you would find in a household trash can or items in a garage. The last debris type would be quarry debris. This one consists of items such as rock, cement, dirt, sand, etc. Each one of these debris types has a designated landfill.
Ways to prevent having a debris difference fee accessed and charged would be to tarp your bin, keep a close eye on your bin, and make sure that you state to your sales rep or the office staff exactly what you intend to dispose of. Tarping your bin can prevent the incident of a neighbor throwing their trash freely in your bin. The tarps can be purchased at places like Wal-Mart which has been the least expensive we have personally seen so far, or a hardware store like Home Depot. Keeping a close eye on your bin can also prevent items from being thrown in with all else you are disposing of. Keep the lights on outside and inside to make people think you are home. Post a sign that they are being videoed taped and will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

I you have any more questions, feel free to speak to a sales representative or our office staff for more details 210-441-2121.

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