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If we're not talking about a lot of trash, consider something like a soft-side "dumpster". Waste Management has (in the US) widely advertised their "Bagster" brand (buy at a big box, fill, and then call for collection). The catch there is that trash collection is widely varied in many areas (Waste Management does not service 100% of the ...


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Your regular trash company. Order construction dumpster. First, if there was asbestos in the debris, you hire an asbestos remediation company to separate the asbestos out of the debris and haul it away. You contact typically your normal trash company, or the local major dumpster services, and order a dumpster for construction debris. That is special, and ...


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Here are a few options, depending on how DIY-savvy or actively involved you are in your project: Rent a disposal bin They are easily found on-line, under names or keywords such as "construction disposal", and "debris bins". A "disposal bin" may be known as a "dumpster" in the US, or a "skip" in Australia. You ...


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This depends on the size of the haul. For small/DIY things, your city garbage pickup might offer a free service, just check if they handle construction debris. For medium/DIY, consider something like YellowSack. For large jobs (which sounds like what you have), look through Yelp or Nextdoor for a reputable hauling company and they will arrange for a ...


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In my part of the world hiring a refuse service is standard and almost unavoidable. We had 30 cubic yard dumpsters (steel containers) on all our jobsites which were often emptied or replaced multiple times during the course of construction. Your contractor should have handled that. (If you are your contractor, now you know. :) ) They aren't cheap, so pack ...


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Many homes had the slot to drop used razors into. I use a magnet to pick up the old razors. Even rusty they can be sharp. I used to wrap them in a newspaper so they would not cut through the trash bags. Today I would probably put them in some cardboard because we always have Amazon boxes to recycle. If you find old Gillette razor blades, the coating on the ...


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If the heads of screws are in good condition(clean) a drill/driver probably best bet to remove. Dirty or damaged heads, a hammer is useful, either pull them up or hammer them down. If hammering them down, make sure nothing underneath them, gas or water lines/pipes, electrical cables, someones head.


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