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.

The Importance of Sustainability and Junk Removal

There’s more to junk removal and waste disposal than picking it up from bin renters and dropping it off at landfills and waste disposal facilities. At Junk Out, our business includes finding ways to give back. That means incorporating a strategy of sustainability whenever we’re hired for junk removal Toronto. WHY IS SUSTAINABILITY SO IMPORTANT AND HOW DOES IT IMPACT OUR CITY There is a growing awareness about the environment and the impact human behaviour can have on it. That’s especially true in an urban environment like the GTA, where garbage and waste disposal is critical to ensure the city is not turned into one giant trash…

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Make Junk Easier to Handle

Garbage removal is not brain surgery. It’s the process of getting rid of the things you no longer want or need. Perhaps it’s the end result of a sweeping house cleaning, a home renovation or a demolition. Regardless of the reason, there are ways you can make the process of removing junk easier with the help of Junk Out, home of bin rental Toronto. If you’re looking at a major clean out of your residential or commercial space, trying to declutter by removing useless junk, then simplifying the process is a good start. That begins with a call to Junk Out for disposal bin rental Toronto service.…

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What to do with Demolition Waste

Death and taxes are two unavoidable realities of life. The fact your demolition project is going to generate waste is another truth. As hard as you try to turn your demolition green by recycling as much waste material as you can, the fact is demolitions generate waste – that’s what “demolishing” something is all about. The question is, what’s the best way to handle the waste being generated during a house demolition. WASTE NOT, WANT NOT – WHAT’S THE BEST PLAN FOR DEMOLITION WASTE No matter what kind of demolition project you’re undertaking – whether it’s a small bathroom demolition or an entire house demolition – you…

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Big Civic Parties and Bigger Clean Ups Require a Better Plan

Did you attend last year’s Toronto Raptor parade? Quite the spectacle, wasn’t it? Parades through the city are awesome regardless of the reason for them. Who doesn’t love a parade, right – except maybe the people who have to clean them up. It’s amazing how cavalier people can be with their garbage when they’re celebrating. That’s true on any scale, from large house parties to big civic celebrations. As the events scale up, planners should consider scaling up the services of companies that facilitate junk removal Etobicoke. The Bigger the Party the Bigger the Clean Up There are lots of public celebrations that occur across the GTA…

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What considered as Non-Hazardous Industrial Waste Materials?

There are three main types of consumer goods: durable goods, nondurable goods, and services. Consumer goods – often called final goods – are the end result of production and manufacturing and are the types of products a consumer will see on the store shelf. A durable good is one that is meant to last – for example, a brick might be considered a durable good because it should hypothetically never wear out. As for services, that’s what our team at Junk Out provides when you’re ready to toss your unwanted, damaged or worn-out consumer goods, durable goods and non-hazardous industrial waste materials into the rental bin: junk…

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Why You Should Recycle and Donate First, Before Calling Us

At our current rate of consumption, life on earth is unsustainable. It’s a fact. Sadly, the amount we consume dwarfs in comparison to what we throw away. Recent studies indicate that Canadians produce more garbage per capita than any other country on earth – nearly 2.7 kilograms per person per day. In Toronto, even with a 60 percent diversion through green bins and recycling, city residents toss out a collective average of 2,200 metric tonnes per day. It’s why we at Junk Out are firm believers in recycling, even though our business is junk removal  in Toronto. When you’re looking for convenient, affordable junk removal services, we…

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