Onestop will dispose of most non-hazardous materials such as construction debris, demolition or renovation debris, yard trimmings, green waste, household junk, appliances, furniture, scrap metal, dirt, sod, rocks, gravel, cement, concrete, bricks, asphalt, drywall, roofing, and garbage.
We can also make special arrangements to ensure the proper disposal for items such as paint, fridges, freezers, televisions, computers, and tires.
There are some materials that we cannot take. These include but are not limited to hazardous materials such as chemicals, gasoline, oils, solvents, car batteries, asbestos, propane tanks, or any type of toxic or biological waste.
Any civic or environmental charges on such materials are the sole responsibility of the client; therefore, we recommend that you safeguard your rental bin and monitor its' contents accordingly.
For further information on the disposal of restricted items, may we suggest the following resources
Our trucks have the capacity to carry 5 to 20 yards of material.
We ask that you load your materials only to the top of the wall edge of the disposal bin. If overloading occurs, additional charges may be assessed. If the materials are loaded to an unsafe level, the rental bin will be unloaded accordingly.
No. Any damage that is not normal wear and tear will be the responsibility of the client. For a reasonable fee, we will move the dumpster bin if it is required.
We will do our best to accommodate your schedule. We can often supply a rental bin on the same day that you call, or on the following day. We will also hold a rental bin for you for a specific date within a reasonable time frame.
The pricing for our dumpster bin rental services is dependant upon the type of materials, and the volume and weight of material as determined by the appropriate transferstation. Please contact us for DETAILED, CLEAR & STRAIGHTFORWARD rates.
Our standard bin rental period is 7 days, but we will do our best to accommodate you. We do offer longterm bin rentals if you require it.
We work 24/7 but do abide by the specific bylaws of each Municipality.
Yes. We are fully covered with the Worker's Compensation Board, General Liability Insurance, and the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia.