Frequently Asked Questions
What sizes are your Bins?
20-yard Bin: 5 ft high x 8 ft wide x 14 ft long
How soon can we get a Bin delivered?
If you book before noon we can usually get you a Bin with-in a couple hours. It is best to book your Bin a few days in advance so we can best meet your timing requirements.
Do I have to be on site for the delivery?
Yes. We will need a signature on the rental agreement as well as confirm credit card information.
What time will the driver drop off my Bin?
When you call to book a Bin we will set up a scheduled drop off time that works with your schedule.
Do you deliver outside of Moose Jaw?
Yes, please check Bin Rental page for applicable out of town rates.
How much can a Bin Hold?
Our Bins can legally transport up to 5000 Kgs of material.
Can you put the Bin on the street?
Yes, you will need to make arrangements with the City for a $15.00 permit.
What if I need the Bin longer than the Rental Term?
Give us a call a day in advance and we will change your pick up date.
What if I need to have the Bin removed sooner?
Give us a call and we will schedule it for a pick as early as possible.
How do I pay for the service?
You can pay Cheque or cash but the preferred method of payment is by major credit card at the time of booking.
Do I need to be home when the driver picks up the Bin?
No, Because we took care of all the paper work when the Bin was dropped off.
Please make sure nothing obstructing the driver from picking up the Bin.
How much room do I need to allow to have a Bin dropped off?
We need the length of the truck plus the length of the Bin in order to drop off the Bin (roughly 50 feet) and a minimum of 10 feet wide clearance.
What materials cannot be disposed of?
Materials excluded for disposal include to hazardous waste, industrial waste, chemical products, herbicides & pesticides, solvents, paint (except dried latex paint cans, no liquids), other flammable liquids, aerosol cans, propane tanks, engines, motors, oil filters, motor oil, transmission oil, lubricating oil, hydraulic oil, gasoline, antifreeze, contaminated soil, tires, batteries, light ballasts, medical waste, asbestos, animal carcasses