Draining soil with gravel
You would rather work in the garden or on the construction site than to drive up and down with a trailer. Draining soil with stones can take up a lot of valuable time. Save time and effort; rent a container that you can use during the work. First you make a planning of the project including an estimate of the volume of material that you want to dispose of. Then you can check which container is suitable on salesbak.nl. Pay attention to the materials that you are allowed to dispose of and the contents of the container. For example, draining soil with roots is not the same as draining soil with pebbles. It is possible to have contaminated soil collected, but then you pay more for the separation of materials.
Make your choice, plan the work and salesbak.nl ensures that the container is ready for you on the right date and location. When the work is completed, the container is collected for further processing of the waste. You can immediately continue with the job yourself, so you don't lose valuable time.
What size container do you need? When renting a container, you can choose from various sizes. After selecting the type of material, you can see which sizes are available on salesbak.nl. Do you want to drain soil with gravel? If you can estimate what the approximate volume will be, you can rent the right size container for this. By a small waste container we mean a volume of 3 cubic meters. That corresponds approximately to 36 wheelbarrows of 85 liters. The most popular option for soil and gravel drainage is a size larger at 6 cubic meters. It fits about 72 wheelbarrows of material.
The containers can hold tens of cubic meters, the price per wheelbarrow decreases as the volume increases. Do you want to dispose of soil with stones and are you having trouble estimating the amount of material? Please do not hesitate to contact the support team of salesbak.nl for more information.
Sand is not the same as grass and different from pebbles. It can be very difficult to visually separate materials from each other. In addition, from a legal point of view, there are also a number of rules to take into account. Disposing of contaminated soil with a container offers the advantage of separating waste as much as possible and delivering it 'clean'. Afterwards, less time is required to separate waste flows, so that you can reduce costs. On the other hand, it is not always easy to separate stones from sand. If it is not possible to separate waste in advance, or if you are not sufficiently aware of the rules, we are happy to think along about the most efficient solution.
If you want to dispose of gravel as clean rubble, the material must also be really pure. Disposing of gravel with sand means that another deposit box is needed. This also applies to gravel on the roof. At first glance, this material may appear clean, but it is no longer considered clean due to bitumen contamination of the roofing material. The regulations regarding waste separation and processing are strict. If it turns out afterwards that you have ordered the wrong container, please contact the salesbak.nl helpdesk immediately. Then we provide a solution. Keep in mind that processing clean materials is cheaper than for projects where waste separation appears to be necessary.
When disposing of contaminated soil in a container, it is important to know what 'contaminated' means. The sand must not be contaminated with harmful substances. In particular at locations near petrol stations or other places where soil pollution occurs, there may be restrictions when draining soil with gravel. It is possible, for example, to remove sand with gravel, stones, plant roots or tree stumps for further processing. This is called 'polluted soil'.
With containers for garden waste, there are specific amounts of different materials that the soil is allowed to contain. If the composition of the earth cannot be clearly distinguished immediately, a soil investigation will have to be carried out first. This way you will not be faced with surprises afterwards when removing soil and stones.
Is there asbestos, heavy metals or other contamination with an increased risk? When disposing of soil and stones you can have to deal with PFAS. This is the abbreviation for Poly- and Perfluoroalkyl substances, which stands for chemical substances that are artificially produced. GenX, PFOA and PFOS are examples of this. What this means will not be immediately clear to everyone, but you can find them in things such as lubricants, clothing, packaging, cosmetics or in extinguishing foam. In other words; in many everyday matters. These substances can be present in polluted soil, this can pose a problem with soil with gravel. Although these substances do not have to be directly hazardous to health, as is the case with asbestos, there are precautions from the government to limit their spread or movement.
You would like to drain soil with roots, but it turns out that there is a lot of gravel present. You can throw everything in the container and see what the result is. In this case, it is better to contact our employees and we will look together at what the best solution is. At afbakbak.nl we are transparent in our prices and clear in our services. However, it does happen that projects turn out differently, we will certainly find a solution.
You may want to dispose of soil with pebbles, but there are plant residues in between or vice versa. You may not be able to separate the materials yourself after all. In that case, we may provide such services for the customer. In that case, keep in mind that subsequent calculation will take place. We are of course always clear and transparent about this.