When you want to get the best deal on bin rental in London or the surrounding communities, Global Waste Disposal London Ltd helps you choose the right bin and know how to best use it. Here are some of our clients’ most frequently asked questions. Don’t see the information you need here? Call or email us. We look forward to serving you.
Q: What is the difference between clean fill and mixed waste?
A: Clean fill matter is considered soil, brick, block, concrete and asphalt. Mixed waste is wood, roofing material, drywall, metals, plastic, cardboards, and renovation or demolition waste.
Q: What can be mixed in the bins?
A: There is nothing that cannot be PUT into the bin; however, mixtures are particular. Things that are classified as mixed waste – drywall, metals, plastics, cardboard, roofing material – cannot be mixed with anything that is considered clean fill – bricks, concrete, block, soil and asphalt.
The exception to the clean fill material is that asphalt cannot be mixed with any other of the previously listed clean fill matter. Should mixed waste be put in a container for clean fill, additional charges will be incurred.
Q: Do I need a permit for the bin?
A: If the bin is positioned on your property, no. If the bin must be placed on the road or blocking a sidewalk, yes, a city permit is generally required. Residents in the London area may contact us for information about obtaining the proper permits.
Q: Do the bins damage driveways?
A: Generally speaking, no they are not prone to causing damage to property; however we at Global Waste Disposal London always caution our clients to lay down plywood or some type of material that will support the "feet" of the bin for the duration that it will be sitting on site. To lay down a base not only serves to protect your driveway, but also lets our drivers know where the bin should be placed if you are not there to direct them when they arrive.