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Where to drop off Construction Garbage Disposal

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Jul 19, 2007
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Where to drop off Construction Garbage Disposal

I am looking to get around 10 Garbage bags disposed created from my recent window expansion concrete cut outs.
Markham city says they don't pick renovation garbage.
Where and How can I dispose them?
KIndly advise. Thanks
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Jan 25, 2007
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Once upon a time our local dump took concrete for free as it was recycled.

Why didn’t your contractor take it for you?
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Oct 19, 2008
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The waste depot on Elgin Mills is cheap, pay by load not weight last time I was there (3 years ago) Think its $10-20 per load for residents, no large trucks/cargo vans allowed.
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Jul 19, 2007
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Markham
Zamboni wrote: The waste depot on Elgin Mills is cheap, pay by load not weight last time I was there (3 years ago) Think its $10-20 per load for residents, no large trucks/cargo vans allowed.
Thanks for the tip!
I am gonna try Wednesday when its Open in my SUV, hope they charge me 1 load for a Total of 12 small black bags.
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Most GTA areas if not all pay by weight. Do not go in winter when your bed is full of snow and trash.
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mrmccowcow wrote: They charge by weight. $125/metric tonne with a $10 minimum charge.
Possibly scales were down when I was there but guy just asked postal code to ensure resident and took $10....didn't pay on way out like most dumps.

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