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WE ASPIRE TO REMOVE ANY FEELINGS OF INTIMIDATION AND UNCERTAINTY THAT COMES WITH BIN RENTALS AND WASTE REMOVAL

MISSION

We are determined to remove the waste and stress that piles up during our customers projects by providing them with an effortless experience.

VISION

We aspire to provide the most memorable service by excelling in simplicity, quality, and reliability, and we strive to expand our bin offerings while supporting and engaging with our local community 

THE INSPIRATION

After many years of doing renovations, house flips, and machine and fabrication work, our team has a considerable amount of experience interacting with bin rental companies. We quickly realized how high the demand was for industrial waste bins, and the reoccurring need to have them around revealed noticeable gaps within the industry. These gaps caused frustration concerning timeliness, availability, property damage due to design flaws, outrageous prices, and evoked guilt surrounding the inability to separate recyclables. We felt that no homeowner or business owner should have to struggle with finding a reliable, timely, and non damaging bin rental company that can provide clients with a simple rental procedure, effective communication, outstanding customer service, and memorable solutions. Thus, Big Nickel Bin Rentals was born.

THERE IS ALWAYS SOME CONFUSION REGARDING WHAT CAN AND CAN'T BE PUT INTO THE BINS, SO WE'VE CREATED A HELPFUL GUIDE

Below is a list of items prohibited from entering a Big Nickel Bin (included but not limited to):

  • medications

  • syringes, needles, and blood lancets

  • batteries

  • butane lighters and cylinders

  • propane tanks and cylinders

  • kerosene

  • gasoline

  • vehicle fluids/chemicals/oils

  • paint and paint related chemicals

  • house-hold cleaners/chemicals/oils

  • aerosol cans with leftover product in them

  • garden related chemicals and fertilizers

  • pool related chemicals

  • fluorescents

  • tires

  • asbestos 

Big Nickel Bin friendly items (included but not limited to):

  • wood

  • concrete

  • brick

  • shingles and roofing

  • carpet

  • scrap metal

  • drywall

  • non-recyclable plastics

  • plumbing fixtures

  • counter tops

  • cabinets

  • furniture 

  • window frames

  • doors

  • pipes

  • duct work

  • wires and cables

  • siding

  • auto body parts

  • sod

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The disposal portion of this process will operate smoothly if these items are taken into consideration while you chuck your stuff out. These lists include hazardous items that can be harmful on the environment, our employees, our bins, and those working and visiting the landfill site.

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Having the knowledge and understanding about how to properly categorize and dispose of the waste we create is an incredible advantage and can have a meaningful impact on the environment regardless of the size. At Big Nickel Bin Rentals we value having the ability to provide our customers with all the necessary tools needed to help organize and separate waste that can be recycled, reused, repurposed, and refurbished. These slight gestures reduce the amount of pollutants released into the environment in many different ways, and each of them are helpful in fighting the global climate crisis.

ITEMS FOR THE RECYCLING

  • paper

  • paper bags without wax or plastic lining 

  • cardboard

  • boxboard

  • wrapping paper without foil

  • rinsed aseptic and polecat containers (like milk cartons)

  • rinsed metal and cardboard cans (like a frozen juice can)

  • foam polystyrene (like egg cartons and takeout containers)

  • aluminum cans (like a pop can)

  • aluminum trays and tins

  • empty aerosol cans 

  • empty paint cans

  • clear plastic containers

  • plastic bottles and cups

  • glass bottles, containers, and jars (unbroken)

  • empty soap and cleaning product packaging 

  • soft and stretchy plastics (like grocery bags and over-wrap bags)

Plastic packaging is often labelled Anything labelled with numbers 1, 2, 4, 5, and 6 is recyclable Anything labelled 3 or 7 is not Some non-recyable plastics include: anything with cling film (saran wrap) blister packaging (packaging you pop medicine out of) bioplastics polycarbonate (like a DVD disk)

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