What You'll Get
Attics should be reserved for storing unwanted siblings and Grandpa's Victorian dust collection. Keep homes free of truly useless debris with today's Groupon: for $139, you get a one-month rental of a 6-yard disposal bin with drop-off and pick-up from Allans Disposal Services Ltd (a $279.40 value).
Allans Disposal Services Ltd helps businesses, small farms, and homeowners within Saskatoon city limits declutter their spaces by providing bins and ferrying away unwanted refuse. After Allans drops off the 6-yard disposal bin, customers can fill it with items such as household wastes, recyclable materials, biodegradables, and larger items such as toilets, small indoor-renovation materials, and failed hamburger-cloning projects. Patrons, however, may not stuff the bin full of things such as sand, asphalt, dirt, concrete, and mattresses. Renters can visit the FAQ to get a complete understanding of what the bin's digestive system can and cannot handle and why exactly Oscar is such a grouch. Additionally, the full-month rental allows homeowners to pack the bin slowly before arranging pick-up, or as quickly as they like for a swift pick-up.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 15, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Not valid for use with prohibited materials.Valid only within the city of Saskatoon. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Allans Disposal Services Ltd.
What began as a compost-recycling service for the agricultural industry in the 1960s has blossomed into a junk-removal, recycling, and energy-efficient disposal service for builders, homeowners, and farmers alike. Handy rental bins—there are open-top and roll-off varieties—store scraps of cardboard or refuse from remodelling before workers thoughtfully haul off waste for processing at a recycling plant or ceremonial burial at a local landfill. Waste-reduction work plans help businesses reduce their garbage creation, and recycling of scrap building materials keeps construction sites cost- and carbon-effective—unlike flossing with gold strings.