There are a lot of things that are not allowed in the bin, and it really depends on the waste management service you’re using. Generally speaking, anything sharp or hazardous like glass, batteries, or paint cans should not be put in the bin. Also, anything that’s too large or heavy, like furniture or construction debris, usually requires special disposal. Asbestos, dangerous liquid waste, or rubber tyres on vehicles are strictly a NO. If any of these items are discovered, there will be additional fees.
Concrete, soil, plastic, wood, scrap steel, and other sorts of green waste can all be thrown in the bin with other types of mixed trash.
We understand everyone’s waste is different; there is no one size that fits all. So to choose the right skip bin size, you can use the following calculation to determine how much trash you have:
For instance, 1.8 x 1.6 x 1.3 metres of trash is 3.7 cubic metres. For a pile of this size, a 4 cubic metre bin is suggested.
All orders placed at Adelaide Hills Skiphire must be paid for using a credit card (Mastercard or Visa only). Please contact us at our fax number (08) 8376 7411 for more payment information if you want to use a different payment method. If you require your skip bin by a certain day or time, you must specify it during the checkout process. We will either call you or email you after an order has been processed to confirm any special delivery preferences.
Please be aware that, unless otherwise mentioned by office management staff, the terms of our skip bin rental are limited to a maximum of 14 days. For safe road transportation, all bins must only be filled to the top of the rim. The bin will be left on site until it is sufficiently safe for transfer, and an additional callout fee will be charged if it doesn’t fulfil these safety requirements.
Bins must not be moved once they have been delivered to the site with any other equipment that could harm the bins. Except in cases where driver error is directly to blame, we disclaim all liability for property damage. If there are any issues, it is essential to first contact the office management staff and ensure that the required bin position is both appropriate and safe.
Make sure the driveway and surrounding lawn areas are not subject to the truck’s high weight by keeping in mind that the trucks are hefty and even heavier while picking up the bins. When worried about driveway damage, it is preferable to install some wooden bearers for bins to sit on top or request a council permit if the property forbids other access. For further information, talk to our experts regarding same-day delivery and pickup.
Go to book a skip page, and you can find the list of suburbs in the form. You can also give specific instructions regarding your location in the form.