Head Office

  • 8903 Simcoe Rd. 56, Angus, ON
  • Monday to Friday 6:00 am – 5:00 pm
  • Saturdays 7:00 am – 11:30 am

Midland Location

  • 1081 MacDonald Rd. Midland, ON
  • Monday to Friday 7:00 am – 4:00 pm
  • Saturday & Sunday – Closed

Orillia Location (Coming Soon)

  • 18 Small Cres., Hawkestone, ON
  • Business Hours Coming Soon

Recent News

Tips For Getting Ready For Your Waste Bin Rental

If you’re getting ready to do some home renovations or building a new building, you’ll need a waste bin rental to help with the cleanup. But before you rent a bin, there are a few things you need to do to make sure the process goes smoothly. In this article, we will share our top tips for getting ready for your waste bin rental. What is a Waste Bin Rental? Before we get into the details about getting ready for your waste bin rental, it may be helpful to first define what a waste bin rental is. A waste bin rental is a service offered by a waste company that allows you to rent out a waste bin for a period of time in order to dispose of waste materials from your home renovation or cleaning project. The waste bins can be rented on either a short-term or long-term basis

5 Projects That Will Benefit From a Roll-Off Bin

If you’re gearing up for a home renovation, cleaning up your yard, or doing some spring cleaning, then you may be looking for ways to make the process easier. One way to do that is by renting a roll off bin! A roll-off bin can be a huge help for a variety of different projects, and in this article, we will give you five examples of projects that will benefit from one. Keep reading to learn more! Five Roll Off Bin Projects A New House Or Business Build If you’re planning on building a new home or business, then you will likely have a lot of waste and debris from the construction process. In order to make cleanup easier, consider renting a roll off bin for construction materials, demolition waste, and more. This can help keep your property clear of excess junk and can also help ensure that your work is

5 Common Construction Hazards And How To Avoid Them

Working in the construction industry can be a dangerous job. Every day, workers face potential hazards on the job site. While some hazards are common to all construction workers, others are specific to certain trades or types of work. Regardless of your role in the construction industry, you should be aware of the hazards you might face and take steps to protect yourself. The Georgian Waste Services team is here to help you avoid these five common construction hazards: 1. Working with Dangerous Chemicals Construction workers often come into contact with dangerous chemicals, such as solvents and cleaning products. These chemicals can cause skin irritation, respiratory problems, and even cancer. Always wear protective gear, such as gloves, respirators, and chemical-resistant clothing, to avoid chemical exposure. Make sure you know how to properly use and store chemicals, and never eat or drink near them. 2. Working with Heavy Equipment Heavy equipment can

Demolition Permits And Regulations In Simcoe County

Whenever you are planning on doing demolition work in Simcoe County, you should make sure you are aware of what you are getting yourself into before you begin. Georgian Waste Services can help guide you through the process of acquiring a demolition permit, but it’s important to be aware of the regulations and bylaws that apply to your municipality. In this article, we’ll take a look at some of the most important things you need to know before you begin your project in order to get the best results. Getting Started A demolition permit application must be submitted with a few considerations in mind before it can be submitted for review. First, it’s important to know what is considered a demolition project. As the name implies, a demolition project is defined as the wrecking or razing of all or part of a building, structure, or other item erection. Among these methods

How to Determine an Affordable and Appropriately Sized Waste Container for Your Job

As a construction manager or demolition contractor, you’re tasked with coordinating the removal of waste generated by your project. But how do you determine an affordable and appropriately sized waste container for your job? No matter the size of your construction project, you will likely generate a lot of waste. This waste needs to be appropriately disposed of to protect both the workers and the public. But figuring out what size container you need can be tricky. In this blog post, we will help you determine an affordable and appropriately-sized waste container for your project. What Is the Size and Scope of the Project? When deciding on a demolition haulage company and roll-off container for your construction project, it’s essential first to consider the size and scope of the job. If you’re working on a large-scale demolition project, you’ll need a more significant waste container to accommodate the volume of