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Commercial and Residential Bin Rental Vancouver

Looking for a quick way to dispose of trash from a construction site or commercial space? Let us help you get rid of all the trash quickly and efficiently with an affordable disposal bin, delivered right to your door. No hidden fees, no long-term contract, just point and dump. Save hours and take advantage of our no-hassle delivery process, we’ll have your disposal bin at your front door in no time. We make it easy to get rid of trash [...]

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Contract Free Dumpster Rental Vancouver

Run, Don’t Walk, From a Disposal Company Contract!!! You’re locked in, sometimes forever, we offer both residential and commercial dumpster bin rental service, leaving customers flexible to arrange services that best-fit their needs without any long term contracts or hidden fees. Our staff is committed to making your life a little easier by providing dedication, flexibility and competitive pricing. If you’re looking for a reliable, environmentally responsible company to collect your waste, recycling and yard waste and make sure they [...]

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We Are a Green Company

Going green is the way to go these days — especially when it comes to the disposal industry. Here at Disposal Queen, we take the 3Rs of Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle seriously. It seems the rest of the country does too. Canadians generate about 31 million tonnes of garbage per year and only recycle about 30 percent of that, with the rest going to incinerators and landfills. And with 10,000 landfill sites in Canada, the problem is only growing. Why do [...]

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Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle

Disposal Queen’s motto is “your trash is our treasure.” We are, however, committed to an even more important treasure: our environment. We are strong supporters of the 3Rs: reduce, reuse, and recycle. Practicing the 3Rs is how we all contribute to keeping our environment sustainable. Reduce Almost everyone likes new things. Creating a new item consumes natural resources. It takes additional energy to manufacture those resources into a usable product. The products must then be transported to stores. Each step has [...]