In an effort to flatten the curve, Junk Out is modifying our services effective March 19 to zero-contact bin rental and junk removal services.

If your junk needs can wait, we look forward to working with you when the pandemic has subsided.

Please, do not risk our front-line workers or your own health.

Wishing you and your family the best health during this difficult time.

Team Junk Out

For more details, please or call (416)253-7533.

How to Effectively Reduce Waste on Construction Sites

From net-zero buildings to Green Star and LEED Certification, construction as an industry has been adapting to consumer demand to make residential and commercial construction more compliant to green building standards. However, one area that still needs to be considered is how to effectively reduce waste generation on construction sites. Reducing the amount of waste is also a great way to reduce demolition cost. Steps to Reducing Construction Waste The average home build produces more than 3,600 kilograms of waste. Given the ever-increasing cost of using landfill sites and higher building materials costs (especially during the Covid-19 pandemic), it becomes vitally important for companies to establish a…

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Maintaining Peace with Neighbours When It Comes to Bin Rentals

It’s said “good fences make good neighbours.” Not sure who said that, but clearly someone who didn’t like their neighbours. There’s a lot of misconception about the term. A “neighbour” is simply someone who lives next door. As such, being “neighbourly” would only mean acting like a person who lives next door (does that mean borrowing lawn mowers and sugar?) In practice, being a “good” neighbour means avoiding conflict and trying to live harmoniously with the people next door. And that’s easy to do with a bin rental Toronto. Consider Your Neighbour When Renting a Bin Let’s say you’ve got a residential project planned that might be…

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What Materials from the Demolition Sites Can Be Reused or Recycled?

Junk Out is a waste removal company with a policy of trying to recycle as much material as possible. Diverting junk, construction waste and other materials from landfills and reusing/recycling it is simple a great policy. Best of all, doing the right thing doesn’t add to your demolition cost. What Can Be Recycled and How? With any house demolition waste materials will be generated. Not all of them can be recycled. A basement demolition, for example, might turn up materials that have to go straight to the landfill. Junk Out recycles approximately 17 percent of the materials removed from house demolition projects and diverts 10 percent of…

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