Are you downsizing?  Need more room in your house for a newborn or an office space?  Or if you simply have too much junk, #wecanhelp.  

How it works

This is an add on service to your move.  If you require just junk removal we may require to do a site visit to inspect what is being donated/disposed of.  If you can list it, we can probably remove it for you.  Our quotes are based on what you have and how much you have.  The more junk you have, the better the rate is.  We charge a minimum of $89 to come to the site, so the more you have the less you pay.  

Fill out our detailed form >> Inquiry Form << and we will give you a call back.   If you need immediate assistant call us at 604-720-6650.

Recycling & Donating

When given the opportunity we will always try to recycle or donate items being removed.  We are proud to ensure that everything that is disposed of goes to the right place.  

What we do not accept

To keep our trucks clean and to follow dumping guidelines below are the following things we do not take.  You can also find this information at the Metro Vancouver website.

Banned Recyclable Materials

These materials are banned from disposal and should be recycled at your local recycling depot.

  • Corrugated cardboard
  • Recyclable Paper
  • Green waste
  • Containers made of glass, metal or Banned Recycled Plastic (1, 2, 4 & 5)
  • Beverage containers (all except milk cartons)
  • Food Waste
  • Clean Wood

Banned Hazardous and Operational Impact Materials

These materials are hazardous to the environment or workers, or have high operational impacts. There are safe disposal options.  Additional links are provided below and for more information on Hazardous Waste click here.

  • Agricultural waste;
  • Asbestos;
  • Automobile bodies and parts; 
  • Barrels or drums in excess of 205 litres whether full or empty;
  • Biomedical waste; 
  • Coated or uncoated wire and cable exceeding 1% of the total Load;
  • Dead animals; 
  • Excrement, other than amounts of pet excrement that are double bagged and discarded with Municipal Solid Waste and that do not exceed either 5% of the total weight of the Load or 5% of the total volume of the Load;
  • Gypsum Drywall disposal
  • New Residential Used Gypsum pilot program at Langley and Maple Ridge transfer stations
  • Hazardous waste as defined in the Hazardous Waste Regulation, B.C. Reg. 63/88;
  • Liquids and sludge;
  • Mattresses; 
  • Propane tanks;
  • Refuse that is on fire, smouldering, flammable or explosive; 
  • Refuse that would cause undue risk of injury or occupational disease to any person at the Disposal Site or that would otherwise contravene the Occupational Health and Safety Regulations;
  • Any single object that:
    1. weighs more than 100 kilograms; or
    2. exceeds 0.35 square metres in cross section at any point; or
    3. exceeds 1.2 metres in width and/or 2.5 metres in length, except at the Waste-to-Energy Facility where a single object must not exceed 1.0 metre in length; or
    4. exceeds 3 cubic metres in volume.
  • Inert fill material including soil, sod, gravel, concrete and asphalt exceeding 0.5 cubic metres per load
  • Any other Refuse that the Manager considers unsuitable for handling at the Disposal Site.

Banned Product Stewardship Materials

These materials have provincially regulated recycling programs and accessible recycling options province-wide.

  • Antifreeze and Antifreeze containers;
  • Gasoline;
  • Pesticide products;
  • Pharmaceutical products and medications;
  • Lead acid batteries;
  • Oil, oil filters and oil containers;
  • Paint products;
  • Solvents and flammable liquids;
  • Electronic and electrical products including metal household or commercial appliances as identified in Schedule 3 – Electronic Products Category to Recycling Regulation;
  • Tires pursuant to Schedule 4 – Tire Product Category to the Recycling Regulation;
  • Thermostats;
  • Fluorescent lights;
  • Batteries.