All electronics (TVs, microwaves, stereos, etc.) and cardboard.
Things that are recycled at the landfill include: Wood, shingles, metal, concrete, asphalt, batteries, propane tanks, tires, logs, stumps, brush, drywall, and asphalt roofing shingles. We must be notified of these items and they must be placed at the back door. Asphalt or Concrete – Pieces smaller than one meter with minimal rebar no longer
Prohibited items should be taken to a bottle depot for recycling. Cardboard, house chemicals, auto fluids, tires, batteries, pesticides, paints, computers (electronics), TVs and tools. At “All in™” we believe in recycling, some recyclable materials you can get a cash refund on whereas you’d be paying to dispose of them at the landfill.
Yes, please call us so we can give you helpful advice on organizing the bin.Please place these items at the back gate when loading the bin and let the driver know about recyclables in the bin; Mattresses and box-springs, Appliances (dishwashers, stoves, washers and dryers, fridges, freezers, water coolers and air conditioners or any item
When we say, “All in™” we mean “All in™” but we do require prohibited and recyclables to be placed at the back door or on top of the load so our driver can sort it at the landfill. If you can load it, we can dump it! All items need to be inside the
Vernon and surrounding area including Lumby, Cherryville, Armstrong, Enderby, Fintry, and Falkland Lake Country and surrounding area including Carrs Landing Kelowna and surrounding area including West Kelowna, Black Mountain, West Kelowna, and Big White
10 cu yards – 3 days – For smaller garbage cleanup and renovations. Super easy to load (12’ long x 8’ wide x 3’ tall) 17 cu yards – 8 days – Most common bin booking for all-around garbage cleanup and renovations. Easy to load (14’ long x 8’ wide x 4’ tall) 21
So, you’ve decided to unclutter your home and you’re not sure what size of bin to book – 10, 17, 21 (Calgary only) or 25 yards (small, medium or large). The best way to do this is to collect everything together in a pile. The bigger the pile, the bigger the bin. All our