• Waste Types

    The following items are some of the common considered to be hazardous materials and are therefore prohibited from loading as waste in any of our skip range. Please feel free to contact us and our experienced staff will be happy to assist you with any questions you may have concerning items that should or should not be loaded into the skip. We will also provide guidance on the correct method of disposal of such items.

    Waste Type   What can go in   What you cannot put in
    General Household waste, appliances, white-goods, furniture, green waste, office furniture, papers, cardboard, plastic, TV’s. No building material including bricks, concrete, plaster, soil, tiles or timber.
    Mixed Heavy / Builders Concrete, bricks, tiles, timber, plaster, soil and can include light builders waste. No soil mixed with plaster.  No food scraps, tree stumps. No site cleans with machines.
    Light Builders Timber, plaster, metal and can include light general waste. No concrete, bricks, tiles or soil, food scraps, tree stumps.
    Concrete Concrete only. Must be concrete only. Steel Reo Bar is Ok. If any bricks, soil etc you require a Mixed Heavy Builders Bin.
    Green Branches and weeds, grass cuttings. Must be green waste only. No soil or large tree stumps.
  • Important Information

    Over the last two decades, there have been major changes to the way Australians manage their waste**. Recycling has increased but so has the amount of waste we are generating, including the quantity of hazardous waste.

    Unlimited Bins is forbidden by local, state, and federal government regulations from hauling any hazardous materials. For this reason, hazardous materials found in skip loads will be returned to the customer for proper disposition. Hazardous material found in the skip is likely to result in fines and will be the responsibility of the party that rented the skip.

    Important Note

    It is important to correctly specify your intended waste type because placement of other waste types may result in additional disposal charges after the skip is collected.

    Please feel free to contact us and our experienced staff will be happy to assist you.

    Important Note

    When selecting a waste type you must ensure that no other types of waste are placed in the skip. If this occurs, you incur additional charges.

    Please refer to the Terms and Conditions for additional information.

  • Filling a skip

    All our bins display the level that the bin can be filled too. For safety and legal reasons skip bins cannot be filled above the sides of the bins. If we arrive to collect your skip bin and it has been overloaded we may need to remove some items to be able to safely cart the skip. Overload charges may apply.

    A correctly filled bin

     Load does not exceed level of bin markers
     Stacked neatly to optimise space available
     Only has waste suitable for the bin type

    An incorrectly filled bin

     Exceeds load level bin markers
  • Prohibited hazardous materials

    The following items are some of the common considered to be hazardous materials and are therefore prohibited from loading as waste in any of our skip range. Please feel free to contact us and our experienced staff will be happy to assist you with any questions you may have concerning items that should or should not be loaded into the skip. We will also provide guidance on the correct method of disposal of such items.

      Prohibited hazardous materials

       Paints and Paint Tins   Oils (motor, hydraulic, cooking)   Gas Bottles
       Liquids   Food Scrapes   Tree Stumps 
       Car Batteries by arrangement only (surcharge will apply)   Poisons   Medical waste (bio hazard)
       Asbestos   Site Cleans Loaded with machines   We do not accept tile only bins












COUNCIL PERMITS

Depending on where you decide to place the bin you may require a council permit. Most councils require a permit to place the bin on a road or nature strip.

We can arrange the permit on your behalf which also covers the insurance required to place the skip on council property. As all council permit costs vary, please contact our office to discuss prices.

 

Council