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Posted by Bins Adelaide on 7 March 2016

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What are some of the things that you need to know about filling your mini skip bin?

Renting out skip bins in Adelaide can be extremely useful for anyone who is dealing with significant amounts of rubbish for any reason - spring clean up, garage cleaning, home renovations, etc. That said, you do have to know a few things about using one.

Now you might think that there's not much to think about when it comes to skip bin hire services; simply fill it up with anything you're looking to throw out and you're good to go. However that's certainly not the case; read on to learn more about filling your mini skip bins properly and any restrictions that you need to be mindful about.


Important things to consider in loading your mini skip bin

Indeed there are a few rules that generally apply when filling your mini skip bin with all the rubbish that you're looking to throw out. For one thing, you need to consider the fact that the said bin is going to be transported by road. That means you can only fill it until a certain point with none of the rubbish protruding from the top.

While it might be tempting to seek out the cheapest skip bins that you can find with the intention of overloading it later, doing so can be dangerous and your bin hire company reserves the right to refuse collection until your rectify the situation. You'd also want to make sure that you load the bin properly with lighter items on top and heavy rubbish at the bottom.

Apart from loading your bin properly, you also need to respect the fact that you can't just put anything you want inside the bin. The type of rubbish that you're allowed to put inside skip bins in Adelaide are generally limited to general household waste, garden refuse and builders rubbish (bricks, wood and concrete). Potentially hazardous materials such as asbestos, wet paint, thinners and worn out tires are generally not allowed. You can contact your city council for help in properly disposing of such materials.

Would you like to learn more? Perhaps you're looking to get started with a bin hire of your own? Contact Bins Adelaide today on 0426 570 035 and check out some of the best deals when it comes to renting out skip bins in Adelaide!

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