On a daily basis, Redbins Disposal receives a high volume of calls from customers looking to order a bin, receive a junk removal service, prices, service areas, etc,. In addition, we receive many questions concerning: recyclables, what clean fill consists of, what hazardous waste is, etc,. The most important items not to get confused are hazardous waste as it can be explosive, flammable, corrosive or poisonous. We feel that it is not addressed properly so here are some items that you may have in your own household that are considered hazardous. Here is what you need to know about your garbage and what category it corresponds to.
- Used motor oil and filters
- Propane tanks
- Many Cleaning Products
- Fluorescent tubs and energy efficient light bulbs
There are also many sites that will take your hazardous waste and dispose of it properly near you. Below are a few:
We hope this guideline helps our customers when throwing away items and junk, as it is always our pleasure to help serve you to the best of our ability. Have a wonderful day!
-The Redbins Disposal Team
It happens quite often that we sometimes find ourselves dealing with messes that we’ve made that follow us around like a shadow; clutter in our homes. It comes to a point where we huff and puff and instead of blowing the house down, we just close the door and walk away. It seems to be the simplest way to dealing with a problem until we realize “Okay, I need to do this.” So let’s get down to business shall we? The major problem with removing junk and decluttering is becoming overwhelmed when in the midst of a project. Here is a simple checklist to help fight the battle:
- Figure out your true reasoning for decluttering. By figuring out why your purpose is to declutter, you set personal goals for yourself and have your mind set on the prize.
- Put your junk in a trunk. Here is the fun yet grueling part; identifying which items to throw away and which to salvage. Ask yourself the simple question, “Have I used this within the past year?”, “Does this item hold personal significance?” Be honest with yourself, this’ll help your process.
- Have different piles. Not all junk is considered waste. For some, “A mans trash is another mans treasure”. Create designated piles: To donate, to sell, to throw away, etc. By doing this, it makes the clutter look less like a chore and more like a step to a brighter future.
- Keep yourself decluttered. Don’t make the same mistake twice. Once your space is organized and staged in a way that pleases you, try your best to keep it in that state. Who want to declutter all over again?
Remember, if all else fails and you just want it gone and never have to look at it again, Redbins Disposal offers Junk Removal Services in the GTA, just call in for your free quote. Have a great day everyone and good luck with decluttering!
-The Redbins Disposal Team