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Homestars winner for the 2016 Best of Award


We are delighted to announce that our company, Toronto Decks And Fence by Bin Solutions Inc. has just won a HomeStars ‘Best of 2016’ Award! This coveted award goes to companies in each category in our city that earned the highest reputation ranking last year, based on thousands of reviews made by homeowners...

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Goin' green's bin real nice

Custom-designed sheds now part of how T.O.'s trashing it in city of the 21st century

Jun 19, 2008 04:30 AM
Janice Biehn

Torontonians need not suffer the indignity of exposing their clunky garbage and recycling bins on their front stoops for all to see.

Toronto-based Bin Solutions (bin solutions.ca) has custom-designed cedar shed kits that neatly hold all three City of Toronto bins, with a little extra room for storage. The bins are also raccoon-proof.

Not so fast, Rocky

June 6, 2007 at 9:54 AM EDT
Globe and Mail Update

Three years ago, Zion Shraiter, an Israeli general contractor, pulled up stakes and moved from Tel Aviv to Toronto with his wife, a documentary filmmaker. Soon after arriving, he found himself aghast at the sight of piles of recycling bins and garbage cans strewn across the front porches and driveways of every house in his new neighbourhood. "I was shocked," says Shraiter, a tall, sinewy man with a talkative streak. In Tel Aviv, builders can't get a construction permit unless their plans include an enclosed storage area for waste bins.

Garbage containers stymie raccoons' nightly dining habits

Published: 01/05/2006 - Vol. 2, No. 1
Terry Poulton
Business Edge

When he or she spots an urgent, widespread problem and comes up with a unique and limitlessly scalable remedy. That's just what's happening at a now tiny but sky's-the-limit Toronto company called Bin Solutions.

Its founder and president, Zion Shraiter, says his inspiration for creating the handsome containers for garbage cans and recycling bins and boxes that are his sole stock in trade was the shock he got when he first emigrated to Toronto several years ago.

"It was so nice and clean here and everybody was so welcoming and polite," the Israeli native recalls.