Renting A Dumpster In Etobicoke

If you are considering renting a dumpster in the district of Etobicoke Ontario consider Como Disposal, we are located in Etobicoke so you will get fast and reliable service with us.  Etobicoke was formerly a city of it's own but in 1999 was amalgamated into the City of Toronto, making up the furthest west part of Toronto.  

Here are the 2 easiest ways to set up a dumpster bin rental in Etobicoke or even just to inquire about one.

1. Ordering online is fast and simple.  Our website was designed to make it easy to complete the short form and reserve your bin quickly.  Click here if you'd like to order a dumpster bin online or even to send us any questions that you might have.

2. Call and speak directly with us.  Call us at (416) 460-2862 and speak directly to someone with years of experience who can answer any questions that you might have and even schedule your dumpster bin over the phone in just a couple of minutes.

To see our dumpster rental prices, just click here.  For convenience, we have dumpsters have doors that can open on the end for easy access when needed.  A simple way to estimate bin capacity is that every 2 cubic yards is equivalent to roughly 1 pick-up truck full.   The image below this shows the different bin sizes that we have to offer.  If you don't know what size is needed you can simply call us at (416) 460-2862 and let us know what you need your dumpster bin rental for and we'll help you choose the right size.

Dumpster Rental Etobicoke

Etobicoke Waste Management Info

As per the city of Toronto website, the following are considered acceptable items to go in your normal curbside garbage pickup.
  • Liner bags (cereal, cookies, crackers)
  • Black plastic food containers, cutlery, lids
  • Hot drink cups (recycle non-black lids and sleeves)
  • Cold drink cups, straws (recycle lids)
  • Plastic bubble wrap
  • Laminated plastic film (stand-up pouches, snack food bags)
  • Dryer and disposable mop sheets, baby wipes, make-up pads, cotton tipped swabs, dental floss
  • Plastic or foil wrappers, aluminum foil
  • Drink pouches, straws
  • Popsicle sticks, toothpicks, wood chips, pencil shavings
  • Hair, pet hair, feathers, nail clippings, dryer lint Candles and wax, cigarette butts and ashes
  • Gum packages, blister packs
  • Light bulbs (not CFLs), dishes, drinking glasses
  • Metallic gift wrap and bows
  • Ribbons
  • Wooden fruit crates
  • Broken mugs, dishes
In Etobicoke there are strict rules on Items that WILL NOT be collected with your garbage or Blue Bin recycling.  Typically these are corrosive, flammable, explosive or poisonous items that are considered Household Hazardous Waste.  The list below are items that are included in this category;
  • Paint, primers, stain, turpentine, glue
  • Household cleaning products, drain cleaners, bleach
  • Motor oil, gasoline, windshield fluid
  • Propane and helium tanks/cylinders
  • Air fresheners, swimming pool chemicals
  • Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFLs), batteries
  • Syringes, medical sharps, medication
  • Aerosol cans
  • Lighter fluid
  • Pesticides and garden products
  • Cooking oil

The district of Etobicoke and the city of Toronto have a Long Term Waste Management Strategy with a goal of diverting 70 per cent of the waste generated in Toronto away from landfill by 2026.  You can read more about that strategy here;

New To Etobicoke?

If you are new to Etobicoke it may help you to know a few basic things regarding waste handling in the city of Toronto which Etobicoke is a part of.  In Etobicoke there is garbage pickup and blue bin pickup on alternating weeks.  Green bin recycling pickup happens each and every week.  There are a number of different options for garbage pickup available throughout Toronto including Etobicoke, you can see the different options and associated fees by click here

The above information provided is 100% accurate to the best of our knowledge, but we are not responsible for any consequences resulting from any discrepancies or errors.  You can always check with the City of Toronto for any questions, here is a link to their website;

Etobicoke Map