06 Sep 2016
8m³ walk in bin Darebin
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Common Uses

  • Medium to large amounts of construction waste
  • Medium to large amounts of soil
  • Medium to large amounts of concrete

Things to Remember

  • You cannot overfill the bin. Your waste must be level with the top of the mini skip at its highest point which is 1.25m.
  • Heavy rubbish will be easier to load into the skip bin as it can be walked in.
  • We provide lower prices if your load is just concrete, just soil or just green waste. If it’s a combination of these we charge our standard prices.

An 8m³ bin is not 8m long, 8m high or even 8m wide. Cubic metres are used to measure volume. A 8m³ is a big size, if you’re not 100% sure this is what you need, then call our team so we can assist you with choosing the right bin size.

Benefits

Our 8m³ skip bin hire options can be used for domestic purposes but usually at this size you are only going to need this bin if you are on a construction site. From this size up our walk in bins are design to get rid of large amounts of waste. This bin is quite long, wide and high, so you will most likely need a council permit unless you are able to fit the on the property itself. If you are hiring this bin in Darebin we are able to waive the council permit fee for you. The biggest advantage to this bin is that it is easy to load and can take a lot of waste. The height allows you to fill the bin with large items that may overfill smaller bin sizes.

05 Sep 2016
6m³ walk in bin Darebin
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Common Uses

  • Medium to large amounts of household rubbish removal
  • Medium to large amounts of industrial rubbish removal
  • Medium to large amounts of soil or green waste removal
  • Small to medium amounts of construction waste removal
  • Small to medium loads of concrete waste removal

Things to Remember

  • You cannot overfill the bin. Your waste must be level with the top of the mini skip at its highest point which is 650mm.
  • Heavy rubbish will be easier to load into the skip bin as it can be walked in.
  • We provide lower prices if your load is just concrete, just soil or just green waste. If it’s a combination of these we charge our standard prices.

A 6m³ bin is not 6m long, 6m high or even 6m wide. Cubic metres are used to measure volume. A 6m³ is a decent size, if you’re not 100% sure this is what you need, then call our team so we can assist you with choosing the right bin size.

Benefits

Our 6m³ skip bin hire options are the most popular with our customers. Our pricing on these bins is very competitive and they are probably our most commonly hired bins. 6m³ is a decent amount of space to use to get rid of unwanted rubbish at home, when you’re moving house it can be surprising just how much you want to get rid of. If you’re doing a renovation on a single room over the weekend, for example a bathroom, with a 6m³ bin you are unlikely to run out of room when getting rid of old vanities, walls and tiles or other flooring. Walk in bins like this make the whole process of getting rid of rubbish much easier. Instead of constantly lifting rubbish into the bin and then having to organise and stack it to get the most use from the bin, you can simply walk the rubbish into the skip and organise it as you go.

Common Scenarios

This 6m³ walk in bin is commonly used for both household and construction purposes. You might use this bin to get rid of construction waste at a building site. You may use a couple of these bins if you digging out a pool. This bin is also ideal for large renovation projects with plenty of space to get rid of all your walls, flooring and vanities. Thinking about a big yard project or cleanup? This bin is ideal for getting rid of green waste or soil and if you are only getting rid of soil or green waste we can offer a reduced price. If you have a large amount of concrete to be removed, this is also a great bin option, we also provide a lower price for 100% concrete waste loads.

04 Sep 2016
4m³ walk in bin Darebin
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Common Uses

  • Medium amounts of household rubbish removal
  • Medium amounts of industrial rubbish removal
  • Medium amounts of soil or green waste removal
  • Small loads of concrete waste removal

Things to Remember

  • You cannot overfill the bin. You waste must be level with the top of the mini skip at its highest point which is 600mm.
  • Heavy rubbish will be a lot easier to walk into the bin for loading and stacking.
  • Walk in bins are larger then mini skips so measure out the area you want to place the bin as you may need a council permit for placing the bin on the council strip or road if it can’t fit  in your driveway.

A 4m³ walk in bin is not 4m long, 4m high or even 4m wide. Cubic metres are used to measure volume. A 4m³ walk in bin is a good size for small to medium amounts of rubbish removal, if you’re not 100% sure this is what you need, then call our team so we can assist you with choosing the right bin size.

Benefits

4m³ walk in bin hire is the next size up for a walk in bin. You’re starting to work with a lot more space which allows you to get rid of more waste. This helps you tackle multiple weekend projects, or bigger renovation tasks. This is also a good size bin for small to medium construction site clean ups. Please note that if you are planning on throwing out any mattresses or tyres that you will need to pay a surcharge for each of those items. They are more difficult for us to remove and recycle, and to keep our prices low for all our customers we include a surcharge on these items. This walk in bin is reasonably low in height so you are able to lift rubbish over the sides for quick loading, and walk into the bin for sorting when you need to find more space.

Common Scenarios

A good size bin for a more serious renovation project, if you are planning on knocking down walls, replacing flooring or vanities, this is a good bin option for you. Moving house and been at the old place for a few years? You’ve probably collected a lot of things that you don’t want to take with you to the new place. Use this bin to get rid of unnecessary items as well as do a bit of a yard cleanup before you go. Have a garage full of old items you’ve been collecting over the years? Hire a walk in bin for the weekend and get rid of everything you don’t need to clear some space for a new workshop area. If you’re planning on installing a pool in your yard, you could use a 4m³ bin to dig out the pool, digging out 4m³ each weekend will quickly get the area ready for your pool installation, we also have lower prices for 100% soil only loads.

03 Sep 2016
3m³ walk in bin Darebin
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Common Uses

  • Small to medium amounts of household rubbish removal
  • Small to medium amounts of industrial rubbish removal
  • Small to medium amounts of soil or green waste removal
  • Small loads of concrete waste removal

Things to Remember

  • You cannot overfill the bin. You waste must be level with the top of the mini skip at its highest point which is 680mm.
  • Heavy rubbish will be a lot easier to walk into the bin for loading and stacking.
  • Walk in bins are larger then mini skips so measure out the area you want to place the bin as you may need a council permit for placing the bin on the council strip or road if it can’t fit  in your driveway.

A 3m³ walk in bin is not 3m long, 3m high or even 3m wide. Cubic metres are used to measure volume. A 3m³ walk in bin is a good size for small to medium amounts of rubbish removal, if you’re not 100% sure this is what you need, then call our team so we can assist you with choosing the right bin size.

Benefits

3m³ walk in bin hire is our smallest option for a walk in bin. It is a great size bin for getting rid of medium sized amounts of rubbish. This bin is longer then it is tall, so keep this in mind as you may need to break down rubbish to keep the height low enough for the bin if the rubbish can’t be laid down horizontally. We cannot take any bins that have been filled past the height for safety reasons. It’s a lot easier to walk your rubbish into the bin rather then throwing it over the sides. This also helps you fit more rubbish into the bin as you can easily organise the rubbish as you fill the bin to maximise your use of the space.

Common Scenarios

This is a great option if you have small to medium amounts of rubbish to get rid of that also has a bit of weight to it. It’s the same as a 3m³ mini skip but a lot more convenient. You might be doing a gardening project for the weekend, filling a wheelbarrow up with old plants and weeds. Simply walk the wheelbarrow into the skip, unload and repeat. When getting rid of old rubbish with a mini skip, a lot of people collect the rubbish next to the skip and then throw it all in over the side. This is twice as much work as a walk in bin where you can just transfer your rubbish straight into the bin as you go.