Bin Rental Mistakes to Avoid


In need of a bin rental for an upcoming project or the aftermath of a current one? You have come to the right place! At Bin There Dump That we offer fast, reliable, and residential friendly bin rentals in a variety of sizes.

However, a dumpster rental is not normally something that people are experts on if they have never rented before. We’ve put together a small list of mistakes most frequently made, to make your bin rental experience as easy as possible!




Almost anything can go in our bins, however there are a few exceptions! Hazardous and Biohazardous materials are not permitted in the bins, as there are extra charges that will be applied to your invoice to dispose of these materials. This includes:


  • Wet paints
  • Motor oils and car batteries
  • Tires
  • Mattresses & Box springs
  • Propane tanks
  • Biomedical waste
  • Gasoline
  • Explosive or flammable materials



Please remember to give us a call to schedule your bin for pick-up, as we do not automatically return at the end of your 7 day rental period. If you are worried that you will forget to call us, we would be happy to pre-schedule your pick-up at the time of order. Keep in mind that each additional day beyond your original 7 is an extra $20 per day, not including Sundays or holidays that we are not open.




At the time of order, we take notes on where you would like your bin rental placed. Please make sure that you will not be blocking in any vehicles, or restricting access to any doorways. If you have a shared driveway or alleyway, also ensure that we will not be restricting a neighbour’s access to their property.




We always recommend going up one size from your original thought, as we would rather you have too much room than not enough! All of our bins are the same price regardless of size, so why not avoid running out of space. All bins fit within one parking space, and have double doors at the back for easy loading.





Please do not have any materials exceeding the height of the bin walls. If there is material sticking out of the bin, the driver will not be able to fit a tarp over the bin for transport. To avoid this, we would recommend ordering a larger bin so that you have extra height to work with.



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