1. What size are your bins
We have 3 different bin sizes:
|14 cubic yard bin||approx. 14'L x 8' W x 4' D|
|20 cubic yard bin||approx. 20'L x 8' W x 4' D|
|40 cubic yard bin||approx. 20'L x 8' W x 8' D|
2. What can I put in the bin?
It is probably easier to first state what cannot go into the bin. Please, no tires, paint, oil, liquid waste or hazardous waste. Also, no cylinders (propane) or aerosol cans.
Otherwise, we accept renovation and construction material, roofing, wood, furniture and other household waste, appliances, yard waste and generally any solid non-hazardous waste. Clean concrete can be placed in a "concrete only" bin. Call for further clarification.
3. How long can I keep the bin?
You have use of the bin for up to 5 days. Please call when done to arrange for pick-up. Same day pick up can sometimes be arranged if required. Depending on how busy we are, there is usually some flexibility if you need the bin for more than 5 days.
4. How much does it cost?
Generally, the cost of the bin depends on the type of material you are putting into the bin and the location we are sending the bin to. Please contact us and we will be pleased to give you a quote on the spot by telephone or e-mail.
5. I don’t need a bin at this time but I do have some waste material to dispose of. Can I bring it to your Waste Transfer & Recycling Facility?
Yes. Simtor Environmental Ltd., located at 113 Warren Road, Whitby is open to the public. Hours of operation are (please call to confirm):Winter Hours (beginning November):
- Monday to Friday: 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- Saturday: 7 a.m. to 12 noon
- Sunday: Closed
Summer Hours (beginning April):
- Monday to Friday: 6:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
- Saturday 7 a.m. to 12 noon
- Sunday: Closed
Simtor Environmental Ltd is licensed by the MOE to accept solid non hazardous waste, therefore, no hazardous waste, liquid waste, paint, oil, cylinders, aerosol cans or tires are permitted.
6. Do you recycle?
Yes, recycling various materials from our waste stream is critical to our business from both an operational and personal commitment perspective. For over 25 years we have diverted the following materials from the landfill:
- Scrap Metal