Waste disposal solutions
For Edmonton & Calgary

Get simple contracts and flexible service for garbage bin rentals, recycling collections, LEED, and more—from Alberta’s waste disposal specialists.

Leading Edmonton & Calgary’s Waste Diversion Space

We set the standard in garbage bin rentals, waste disposal, LEED, and recycling for any type of industrial, commercial, or residential construction and demolition project in Alberta.

Industry-Leading Containers

Rent the highest-quality equipment available in the region.

Strong and versatile containers

Can be used with compactors for maximum efficiency

Lids available when containment required

Waste Disposal for All Sectors

We provide the appropriate bins and disposal services for projects of all kinds.

Industrial and commercial construction

Demolition and haul-away

Residential garbage disposal

Simple, Economical, & Local

Trust us to provide sustainable and affordable waste management solutions.

Pick-up and drop-off included

Competitive daily rates

Add-on features available

Ready to rent? We’re here to help.

Our Waste Disposal Products & Services

For All Applications

Fenceline dump truck

Roll-Off Garbage Bins

Effective for managing large quantities of waste, these strong and versatile bins are ideal for long-term waste management or short-term construction and demolition usage.

  • High weight capacity
  • Can be combined with compactors
  • Five sizes available (12 to 40 cubic yards)

Self-Dumping Tipping Hopper Rentals

Designed to make moving construction waste easy and affordable, our tipping hoppers are easy to operate and perfect for industrial or commercial construction sites.

  • Available in three- or four-yard models
  • Moves heavy weight quickly and easily
  • Saves time for site staff

Garbage Tote Rentals

Intended for lighter waste, these “trash cans on wheels” offer a convenient way to keep your construction sites, commercial facilities, or special outdoor events clean and garbage-free.

  • 110L and 220L sizes available
  • Made of heavy-duty, industrial-grade plastic
  • Wide openings, four handles, steel lift bars, lids, and rugged wheels

Recycling & LEED Certification

No matter your project recycling goals, we can create a recycling program that fits your LEED materials and resource requirements.

  • Program review and design services
  • Haul-away services for recycled materials
  • Monthly reporting available

Trusted Across Canada

Since 1988, FenceLine has provided high-quality temporary fencing for countless industrial projects, high-rise developments, construction sites, concerts, festivals, seasonal enclosures and emergency situations. Here are just a few of our biggest clients:

Employee Focused – Always looking for ways to make each other’s days better.
Customer Centric – Always looking for ways to make our customers days better.

Why Choose FenceLine?

We’ll give you eight good reasons:

High-Quality Equipment

Options for All Sites & Facilities

Pick-Up & Drop-Off Included

Flexible Service

Fits LEED Requirements

Honest & Reliable

Maintenance & Support

No Time Limits

Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to the questions we get asked most often about FenceLine’s products and policies.

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What items are not allowed in my bin or dumpster?

For Bins:

Here is a short list of prohibited items:

  • Tires
  • Fridges/freezers/air conditioners
  • Mattresses and box springs
  • Liquids
  • Propane cylinders
  • Railroad ties
  • Hazardous materials
  • Paint and solvents
  • Grass clippings
  • TVs and computers
  • Dead animals
  • Straw and manure

For Dumpsters:
Prohibited items for dumpsters include:

  • Tires
  • Propane tanks
  • Ammunition
  • Chemicals
  • Motor oil
  • Aerosol cans
  • Flammable liquids
  • Paint
  • Refrigerators
  • Box springs
  • Railroad ties
  • Grass clippings
  • Household cleaning products
  • Pesticides and fertilizers
  • Dead animals
  • Straw
What sizes of roll-off bins do you carry?

We carry the following sizes of roll-off garbage bins for rent: (L x W x H)

  • 20′ x 8’2″ x 2’9″ (15 Cubic Yards)
  • 20′ x 8’2″ x 3’8″ (20 Cubic Yards)
  • 20′ x 8’2″ x 5’3″ (30 Cubic Yards)
  • 20′ x 8’2″ x 7’3″ (40 Cubic Yards)

Download the roll-off bin sizing chart and contact us for recommendations on the right size of bin for your project.

How much room do I need for bin pick-up and drop off?

We need approximately 60 to 80 feet of space for our truck to back in. The entrance to where the bin will be placed must be at least 10 feet wide.

Where can I place my bin?

Bins can be placed on your lawn, although this may cause some damage to sidewalks or landscape. If you obtain a permit from the city of Edmonton, you can also place your bin on the street in front of your house. Our team can arrange this for you.

What materials does FenceLine recycle?

We can recycle wood, cardboard, plastic, concrete and asphalt.

What size of front load bins do you carry?

We carry 3 yard, 4 yard, 6 yard, and 8 yard bin sizes. Contact us to get a recommendation on the right size of bin for your project.

How much notice do I need to give to have my bin dumped?

In order to schedule our trucks and staff properly, we typically require 24 hours notice. However, we can usually complete emergency call-ins if necessary.

Are emergency dumpster deliveries available?

Please contact us if you need a dumpster on short notice. Our emergency dumpster services are based on location and availability.

Does FenceLine deliver to my area?

We can deliver dumpsters to many locations in Western Canada. Contact us to find out if your area is within our delivery zone.

What if I have materials that cannot be disposed of in bins or dumpsters?

If you are trying to dispose of harmful chemicals or materials, contact your local hazardous waste department. They will be able to provide you with guidelines and next steps.

It’s time to set your event up for success.