Skip Bin Hire Sizes & Booking
Our skip bins are ranges from 2m3to 25m3 and manufactured from heavy duty steel to strict engineering and safety standards.
We supply two type of skip bins
Hook Skip Bins require more clearance. They are lowered on and off the truck by the truck’s hydraulic system. Hook bins usually require a clearance of at least 3 metres. Hook bins can be placed into carports and garages and other places with difficult access.
Marell Skip Binsare lifted and lowered off the back of the truck by chains. Marell bins are used where space is at a minimum. Marell bins are generally smaller and can usually be placed in driveways and places with difficult access.
Permitted waste types
Household Waste, Garden Waste, Construction & Building Waste, Soil & Dirt, Steel & Metal Waste, Office Waste, White goods & Appliances, Bricks, Concrete, Roof tiles & Rubble, Computers, Photocopiers & Furniture. Read our What to consider before you ordering a skip bin page for more information.
What Can Go In The Bin
General Household Waste
Unwanted household waste can be taken and that includes:
- Old clothes
- Old toys
- Old furniture
- White goods
- Other household items
We Take All Garden Waste From:
There Are A Number Of Recyclable Products From Building Materials And General Household/Office Waste Including:
- Paper and Cardboard
- Plastic and Glass Bottles
- old office furniture
- Old computers
- Factory cleanups
General Building Waste
General Building Waste From Home Demolition Or Renovation Projects, Which Includes:
- Floor boards
- Window frames
- Steel and Metal Products
- Typical building materials left over from the worksite.
Should you require any of the above items to be disposed of, please contact us and we can arrange safe disposal.
Bins for asbestos can be ordered. Instructions on the safe handling of asbestos can be obtained from the Department of Environment and Conservation here (PDF Document). All waste must be contained within the bin. We are not permitted to carry bins if the waste is above the sides of the bins.
You Can Put Almost Anything In A Brown Bros. Skip Bin.
However There Are Some Restrictions:
- Fibro / Asbestos or contaminated loads
- Contaminated waste
- Food or Liquids, Putrescible waste
- Liquid or Chemical waste, full paint tins, oil, fuel and toxic waste
- Gas bottles
If You Require Any Of These Materials To Be Disposed Of We Can Arrange Special Bins For The Asbestos And Advise On Alternate Ways Of Disposal Of The Restricted Items.
Safe Transportation Practices
As you may be aware, there are specific road safety laws with regards to the transportation of waste that we must adhere to. The Roads and Maritime Service is cracking down on the movement of all loads to ensure they comply with road transport regulations. All transporters with medium to heavy vehicles are being scrutinized to increase the safety of the nation’s roads.
Likewise, the EPA has strict regulations in removing all hazardous materials which are imposed on both the transporter and receiving transfer station or recycling yard. The most common example is Asbestos and even the smallest piece/remnant of Asbestos found in a load of any type will result in a reload and further charges.
At Brown Bros. Skip Bins, we pride ourselves on providing a professional waste removal service, and comply with all laws imposed on our industry. In performing our services, we endeavour to ensure that all services are executed in a safe and efficient manner, while paying close attention to Work Health and Safety to protect our drivers, our customers and the public.
The safety of all stakeholders is paramount in all services we provide. A driver can be held directly responsible for unsafe transportation of materials and equipment, placing greater importance on assisting them with safe transportation practices. Important points to observe include, but are not limited to:
- All bins must not be filled above the rim of the bin
- All waste must be secured within the bins and cannot have the potential to become unsecure during transportation
- All hazardous waste must be collected separately and cannot be collected with general waste or recyclable materials, as there are tracking requirements for hazardous materials. Furthermore, transfer stations/tip sites have laws with which they must follow in the removal of hazardous materials
- All hazardous waste must be correctly wrapped in accordance with the EPA rules and regulations
In the instance that your bin does not adhere with the above laws, we cannot pickup your bin in accordance with Roads and Transport Legislation. As a result, the bin may incur extra charges.
If there are any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the office and speak with one of our team members.