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How much does a skip bin cost?

How much does a skip bin cost?

Skip bin hire can cost anywhere from $286 to $1958, depending on the size of bin and duration of hire. A bin 2m3 will cost anywhere from $286 to $343 per day, a bin 3m3 from $388 to $465 per day, a bin 4m3 costing $429 to $514 per day, and a bin 12m3 $1958 per day.

How much does skip bin hire cost in NSW?

With an average price of $89/m3, New South Wales is the most expensive state to hire a skip bin.

Can you put anything in a skip?

These include but are not limited to TVs, computer monitors, asbestos, tyres, fluorescent tubes, fridges, paint and paint tins (unless empty), plasterboard, batteries, medical waste, gas cylinders, liquids, solvents, oil, petrol, diesel and explosives.

Can you put a mattress in a skip?

Unfortunately, you can’t put a mattress in a skip due to its bulkiness that poses a transportation threat and extra disposal charges. Instead, you can have it collected by the council or donate it for reuse. Although you may have used your old mattress for years, its bulkiness makes it hard to handle.

Can you Afterpay a skip?

We are the FIRST & ONLY Skip Bin Hire Company in the world to offer our special customers the opportunity to book and receive your Skip Bin and pay for it later! Please call us on 1300 778 978 to discuss how easy it is to apply or simply select Afterpay at checkout and you can be approved instantly.

Can you mix garden and household waste in a skip?

Can I put different types of waste into a skip? You can mix your different types of waste in the same skip, providing you have the right skip size for those waste types. For example, garden and heavy goods waste can only be added to skips sizes of 8 yards and under.

What you can’t put in a skip?

What can’t go in a skip? Items which can’t be thrown into a skip include asbestos, gas cylinders, animal waste, explosives, batteries, oil of any kind, chemicals, paint and glue, televisions, laptops, phones, electrical equipment, lighting and tyres.

Why can’t you put a mattress in a skip?

Why can’t a mattress go in a skip? Because they need to be disposed of differently from most general waste, you’ll find most skip hire providers will not accept mattresses, or may charge you extra to dispose of them as a separate item.

Why are mattresses not allowed in skips?

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Can I put anything in a skip?

What can go in a skip? Suitable items you can put in your skip include: Household items such as – wood, tiles, plaster, furniture, paper and cardboard, garden waste and clothes. Heavy materials such as – bricks, concrete, metals, pottery and clay, rubble and stones.