Construction generates an incredible amount of waste, from treated lumber to untreated lumber scraps, metal scraps, shingle scraps, piping and everything in between. It’s important for contractors and construction crews to have a way to dispose of that waste to keep the site clean and safe. Construction garbage bins provide exactly what you need.
When choosing between construction garbage bins, there are several things to keep in mind. Obviously, bin capacity is one of the most important considerations. Given the amount of waste generated, a 20, 30 or 40 cubic yard dumpster will be the right choice.
You also need to consider the ease of loading the dumpster. Throwing heavy materials over the side of a tall dumpster can be next to impossible, and risks injuring workers. It’s a better option to choose a dumpster with double back doors for easier loading and worker safety.
Next, you need to consider dumpster delivery and removal. What dumping schedule is offered by the rental company? Do they set the dumpster on blocks, or directly on the concrete, asphalt or soil? Are delivery, removal and disposal included in the price of the dumpster rental? Often, high prices can be masked by low rental rates. It can be a rude surprise to realize that not only are you not saving money, but that you’re actually spending far more than you budgeted for dumpster rental and waste removal.
At Essential Disposal, we offer construction garbage bins in all sizes to ensure that you have the right solution for your needs, and our flat rate pricing helps save you money. Call us today at 416-853-3000 to learn more.