Terms & Conditions

Driveways and Parking Areas

The customer warrants that any access/location provided for contractor’s equipment is sufficient to bear the weight of all equipment and vehicles required to perform the service. No claims may be made against R&D Diversions Ltd. for any damages resulting to driveways, underground services such as cables, drainage, trees, lawns and shrubbery.

Once placed the bin must not be moved.

The client shall be liable for any damage or loss sustained in respect of the equipment delivered, including fire damage.

Do not over load beyond the edge of the bin.

Failure to have our bins available for pick-up resulting in return trips to the location may result in additional fees.

All bins supplied by R&D Diversions Ltd. remain the property of R&D Diversions Ltd. By accepting the bin or dumpster, you give R&D Diversions Ltd. authority to take any necessary steps to enter your premises/property to reclaim our containers.

R&D Diversions Ltd. shall not be held liable for any damages resulting from waste removal services on either public or private property during the usual course of business operations.

For the disposal of shingles and other items of excessive weight, additional fees may apply.

R&D Diversions Ltd. reserves the right to charge back to the customer any handling charges related to overfilled bins and the disposal of prohibited materials listed on our website.

Payment and Fees

I understand that full payment for services will be due upon completion of work and service provided by R&D Diversions Ltd. For long-term contracts, payment is due upon receipt of invoice.

Scheduling/Additional Agreements

All customers are responsible for the total weight of the contents of their containers, for scheduling the removal of their dumpster and for ensuring their dumpster is not overloaded.

Hazardous Waste and Hazardous Recyclable Materials

In Canada, hazardous wastes and hazardous recyclable materials are defined as those with properties such as flammability, corrosiveness, or inherent toxicity. These wastes and materials can pose a variety of risks, from skin damage on contact to the contamination of ground water, surface water, and soil as a result of leaching into the environment.

Hazardous wastes and recyclables come from many sources, including (but not limited to) material left over from industrial activities such as oil refining, chemical manufacturing and metal processing. Even some everyday household products such as used batteries, computers and other electronic equipment, cleansers, paints, and pesticides may be hazardous when improperly discarded or recycled.

Hazardous materials are not to be placed in our equipment. Failure to comply which results in damage to the equipment, others or their property will be the sole responsibility of the client.

Use of this website and or ordering of bins deems that you have read, understand and agree with the terms and conditions of trade.