TRY Recycling has bins in ALL Sizes and for EVERY job.  Whether you are a homeowner with a clean-up project or a contractor looking to keep your job site in good shape – we’re here to help you – RECYCLE.

 

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Note: Bins shown below are examples for size ONLY.

Small roll off bin for home use - TRY Recycling

12 yard bin

15 yard bin

20 yard bin

40 yard bin

The Better Bin

6 yard bin

This bin is best for small home and yard clean up jobs like a basement or garage or perfect to hold the construction and demolition from a bathroom renovation.  Good for small to medium roofing jobs (80 bundles).  *This bin is NOT suitable for Concrete or Recyclable Fill loads.


12 yard bin

This size is often used by roofers as it is large enough to hold the shingles from an average home (120 bundles).  It is often chosen as the right size for large kitchen or basement renovations. *This bin is NOT suitable for Concrete or Recyclable Fill loads.


15 yard bin

Move up to this size for multiple room renovations or home builds. This bin CAN be used for Concrete or Recyclable Fill loads.


20 yard bin

This size is good for large renovation jobs where the bin can be placed on site near the work zone.  The sides on this bin are slightly lower making it easier to put materials in from every angle.  Use for large renovation and clean up jobs. *This bin is NOT suitable for Concrete or Recyclable Fill loads. 


40 yard bin

We’re talking BIG here. This size is used for LARGE demolition jobs where there will be multiple bin changes because of volume on the site. You see these at construction sites and building demolitions.  Not usually suitable for home owners.

*This bin is NOT suitable for Concrete or Recyclable Fill loads.


And then there's The Better Bin solution

This soft sided bin can be placed anywhere – can hold up to 7000 pounds of debris and waste material.  It’s becoming a favourite of home builders and renovators because it’s easy to set up  – even on your lawn – leaving your driveway available.