Types of Skip Bins

Skip Bins often called a dumpster are waste containers, large containers that have open top parts, often designed to be loaded in a lorry or a truck designed for loading. These are used to load construction and demolition wastes, and almost all types of waste, such are then moved to the dump site, then skip bins are then replaced with empty bins for another batch of waste collection. These are the known types of Skip Bins and what they are used for.

  • General Skip Bins

    • What you can load: household wastes like old and damaged clothes and blankets, old and damaged toys and dolls, trashed papers and the likes, kitchen wares, old furniture and appliances such as damaged washing machines and refrigerators, and other green wastes like that of grass and shrubs
    • What you are not allowed to load: concretes, tiles, bricks and the likes; hazardous materials like that of asbestos, chemical containers, paints and thinners, and other hazardous liquids
  • Green Waste Skip Bins

    • What you can load: small branches of trees, bark and leaves; grass and shrubs
    • What you are not allowed to load: concretes, tiles, bricks and the likes; hazardous materials like that of asbestos, chemical containers, paints and thinners, and other hazardous liquids
  • Asbestos Skip Bins

    • What you can load: All asbestos waste materials such as fence and wall sheets (internal and external), roof sheets, demolition waste
    • What you are not allowed to load: food waste and wet paint containers
  • Construction Waste Skip Bins

    • What you can load: construction wastes such as dried and untreated timber, plastics and metal shavings and cuts
    • What you are not allowed to load: hazardous materials like that of asbestos, chemical containers, paints and thinners, and other hazardous liquids
  • Heavy Waste Skip Bins

    • What you can load: concrete waste, soil dump, bricks wastes, pebbles and rocks
    • What you are not allowed to load: hazardous materials like that of asbestos, chemical containers, paints and thinners, and other hazardous liquids

Should you still be quite unsure or still has questions on what it is you need for your waste disposal, you can always consult with the Skip Hire services that you will be acquiring service of. Surely they will be able to at the least answer the dos and don’ts of the dumpster they have for hire and at the least guide you what you are to expect to pay.

Check out http://www.brisbanebinhire.com.au/ here.