The good news for anyone who is planning on paying for skip bin hire is it is easy to identify what kind of waste you can and cannot put into a skip bin. However, one needs to keep in mind the fact there are certain items that are banned from being put into a skip bin, and in addition, keep in mind that the type of waste you plan on putting in the skip bin will affect its price.
It, therefore, makes sense to be very particular about what kind of waste you can put into the skip bin. If you put something in the skip bin that was not identified earlier, then it can mean you will need to pay more for the disposal after your bin has been collected. Here is a look at different types of wastes – what can go into a skip bin and what can’t.
It is possible to put the following waste in your skip bin. Any general household item, boxes, and wood, as well as cabinets and white goods, can be put in the skip bin. The same goes for clothes and toys as well as carpets.
It is not possible to put bricks and concrete as well as soil in your skip bin. So, before you get in touch with a skip bin hire Brisbane company, you should be clear about all the above-mentioned items which you can and cannot put in the skip bin.
Builders and Renovation bins
For builders and renovation bins, the following items can be put in the skip bin. Waste from household cleanups and renovations including bricks and concrete as well as general waste are all allowed to be put in your skip bin. There are no items that you cannot put in the skip bin in this category.
If you are planning on dumping dirt in the skip bin, then be sure to only put dirt and sand in the bin. You cannot put anything else apart from dirt in this skip bin.
When using a skip bin to put concrete in it, then the following items can be put in. these include bricks and concrete only. Anything other than bricks and concrete, is not allowed. Keep in mind that disposal facilities will be very strict about what you can and cannot put in the skip bin.
If you are planning on disposing of green waste in your skip bin, then make sure you know what you can and cannot put in the skip bin. Organic waste like grass clippings and branches are allowed to be put in the skip bin. The same goes for woodchips and bark. Wood and fence palings can also be put in the skip bin. Any other waste type is not allowed in the skip bin.
Keep in mind that materials that you put in the skip bin must not overfill the skip bin and should not contain any food waste or food that could rot.
Make sure you never put putrescible waste, asbestos, hazardous waste and insulation materials (all kinds) liquids, gas bottles, and empty chemical containers or tree trunks in the skip bin.