Why Should I Get a Skip Bin?
Skip bins have a lot of advantages especially when you’re dealing with either a large amount of waste or some large and heavy materials. You can easily clear out space without having to hoard all that waste. Materials such as refrigerators, car parts, sofa sets and more can easily be disposed of into one of our skip bins without any problems. With our services, you can get the bin size of your choice, delivered to your location on time. The bins, in fact, can be delivered to you on the same day if you call us before midday.
Bin Sizes for Every Project
Mini skip bins, hook bins and normal skip bins, is the kind of variety that is available at Bin Hire Geelong. However, this isn’t where the variety stops because we have got a huge size range for you to choose from.
Our bins begin from 2m3 and go on to 24m3. This means there is a bin for every project you have. We offer our bins not just to residential properties but to commercial properties as well. The bigger the project the larger the bins we have to offer.
What Can’t I Put in a Skip Bin?
Even though we say our bins are meant to handle just about any material you throw in them, there are still certain things we’d rather have you dispose of the right way. Certain materials are meant to be treated first in a facility and then disposed of. Here is a list of materials you need to be careful about:
- Biological waste
- Paint and oil
- Gas Bottles
You can take a look at the full list of materials on our website or just call us and one of our team members will let you know what you can and cannot throw into our bins. You need to get in touch with your local council in order to find out about the proper channels to dispose of the above-mentioned materials. For Geelong and Surfcoast bin hire, contact our team today!
Do I Need a Permit?
In general, you do not require a permit for the bins you hire. However, if you are placing one of our bins on public property then a permit is required. The road, or the footpath count as public property, and if your driveway does not have enough space public property usually the way to go. Just let our team know where exactly you will be the bins and what your suburb is. Our team will get in touch with your local council and get a permit for you. It is as simple as that!