At Scarborough Disposal Ltd., we offer both hook lift and roll-off bins. Choosing which kind is right for you will depend on the size of the project you’re working on and what kind of debris that you’ll need to have removed.
With hook lift bins, an arm extends out from the truck at 90 degrees and hooks under a bar on the bin, gently lifting the dumpster off the truck and lowering it to the ground. The hook lift system is used on bins that are 20 yards or smaller, making hook lifts a great option for relatively small construction jobs like kitchen renovations or roof replacements.
As the name implies, roll-off bins have wheels and are attached to a winch and cable system that rolls the bin off the back of the truck and into place at the job site. Roll-off bins are larger and better for bigger jobs with a lot of debris, like a full house demo.
Select your bin type and take a look at the options below to choose the one that’s right for your job or project.
- Roll Off Type bins
- Hook Lift Type bins
Great for homeowners doing a small gardening project or a contractor with a small amount of rubble. This bin also works well in tight spaces, where we can’t get a larger truck in.
Great for a small bathroom or kitchen renovation, this bin can be delivered on our small truck and put in tight spots for garbage/junk removal. This bin is also good for roofing projects and holds up to 140 bundles of shingles.
When filled with garbage, this bin would hold about half the contents of a single-car garage. It's also good for clean fill, concrete, brick or up to 180 bundles of shingles.
Ideal for a basement renovation or house clean, this bin has low sides to allow for side-loading and can usually hold an entire kitchen or bathroom if the cabinets are broken up. (Note: cannot be used for clean fill, concrete or brick loads.
The S20 bin is the better option for properties with tight spaces. Ideal for a basement renovation or a deep house cleaning project, this bin has low sides to allow for side-loading and usually large enough to hold an entire kitchen or bathroom if the cabinets are broken up.
Our biggest bin, this one can be used to clean out a house with large furniture or gut the main floor of a house (the average house demo would fill this bin 4 times). Picked up by our larger trucks, it requires 25 feet of space to allow for the doors to open.
Our smallest bin size, this is the perfect mini-dumpster bin for small projects like cleaning out a couple rooms in your house or disposing of a few larger items.
This bin can hold up to 140 shingles, the 10-yard waste disposal bin can be used for small renovations projects, including room makeovers and roof repair.
If you're looking for concrete disposal or clean fill removal, this might be the right disposal bin for you. Our 14-yard bins can hold up to 180 bundles of shingles.
The 20-yard bin is a large waste disposal bin that can handle the contents from demolishing/removing an entire room (if cabinets are broken down). Please note: this bin is not appropriate for clean fill, concrete or brick loads.