Fantastic! You’ve finally decided that it’s time for a bin rental. Now you can get rid of all that stuff in your garage, basement, and yard.
If you’ve ever rented a junk removal bin, you know what it feels like when the bin is delivered. It looks so big, it can feel like you’ll never be able to fill it.
But when you actually start using it, you realize that the bin can fill up fast. You might end up wondering if you need to rent a larger, and more costly, bin…
3 Ways to Minimize Your Bin Rental Costs
To make sure you don’t need to rent a larger disposal bin, or rent the same-sized bin a second time, it pays to have a little method to your ‘toss it’ madness.
While Bin-Rentals will ensure that your junk is recycled, donated, or otherwise disposed of responsibly, you may need the bin space for the really difficult to dispose of stuff.
Recycle What You Can
If you have a basement full of cardboard, old magazines, or plastic items, try to dispose of them in your regular municipal recycling bins.
Can You Donate Anything?
Especially larger items, like furniture or equipment, may be better donated than take up space in the disposal bin.
Take Hazardous Waste to Municipal Recycling Depots
When you get in that clean-up mode, you really want to make a complete job of it. But not even your disposal bin will accept hazardous waste. Still, while you’re in the mood, get it all together and make a trip to your local municipal recycling centre or wait for a Community Environment Day in your area.