Skip Bins & Skip Hire in Brisbane
Skip bins in Brisbane may be hired online through our website. At our website we offer you a fantastic selection of skip bins in Brisbane. These services are provided by partner service providers and because we focus on positive consumer feedback, you know our services are reputable. This means that no matter what you need in terms of skip hire in Brisbane, whether for a garage clean out or a renovation, Bins Skips' is the place to find your skip hire in Brisbane. It's easy to book and pay for hiring a skip bin in Brisbane on our website, it takes just 4 easy steps. So when you need a skip, Bins Skips' is your one stop shop for all your skip hiring and skip bin needs for Brisbane.
Call Bins Skips today on 07 3503 6769 and get the right skip from the largest range of skips in Brisbane.
Skip bin Sizes Available in Brisbane
We have an exceptional range of skips available for our customers in Brisbane including:
- 2m3 skip bins — 1.50mW X 1.50mL X 1.00mH
- 3m3 skip bins — 1.60mW X 1.90mL X 1.00mH
- 4m3 skip bins — 1.70mW X 2.50mL X 1.00mH
- 5m3 skip bins — 1.50mW X 3.00mL X 1.20mH
- 6m3 skip bins — 1.70mW X 3.20mL X 1.10mH
- 7m3 skip bins — 1.70mW X 3.64mL X 1.20mH
- 8m3 skip bins — 1.70mW X 3.40mL X 1.40mH
- 9m3 skip bins — 1.70mW X 3.80mL X 1.56mH
- 10m3 skip bins — 1.80mW X 4.00mL X 1.50mH
- 12m3 skip bins — 1.80mW X 4.60mL X 1.50mH
- 30m3 skip bins — 2.35mW X 6.00mL X 2.40mH
Many of our bins come equipped with doors or ramps for easy access when loading the bins with your waste. Call today and our staff will help you find out more and get the best skip bin to hire for your job.
Asbestos Disposal in Brisbane
Brisbane City Council transfer stations no longer accept asbestos materials from the general public. This measure was introduced to help ensure that residents and employees at these transfer stations do not put themselves at risk by handling waste that contains asbestos fibres. Brisbane residents can dispose of asbestos using skip bins from Bins Skips'. Use our website to find the asbestos waste skips in your suburb. The asbestos to be disposed of in one of our skip bins for Brisbane needs to be wrapped in two sheets of 200 micron builders plastic and sealed with tape, so that they are airtight. This avoids airborne asbestos fibers being blown into the air.
Other ways to get your Rubbish Removed in Brisbane
There are 2 basic alternatives to the use of skip bins when disposing of waste in Brisbane. These are:
- Using a rubbish removal company
- Take your waste to a transfer station or landfill tip.
In Brisbane there are many rubbish removal companies who can come and help remove your rubbish. These businesses are especially good if you need help to get the rubbish out of your flat or apartment. In the Brisbane CBD there are more than 50 businesses ready to help.
If you are more of a DIY person, Brisbane City Council operates four transfer stations (rubbish tips), resource recovery centres, tip shops and a landfill site to manage the waste and recycling needs of Brisbane residents. Brisbane Ratepayers receive 5 vouchers to dispose of up to 100 kg of waste free of charge and a further 5 vouchers for green waste disposal. This equates to about 1 tonne of waste a year which is roughly about the same as a 5 or 6 cubic meter skip bin or the same number of 6x4 trailer loads of household waste. There are quite a few rules and regulations about the use of the vouchers which you can find here on the councils website.
Brisbane Skip Bin Permits
Brisbane City Council only requires a permit to place a Skip Bin on a footway (or nature strip) if your answer is yes to any of the following three questions:
- Will the Skips be on the footway for more than 48 hours?
- Will the Skips fully obstruct the footway and/or require pedestrians to walk on the road or take an alternative path?
- Will the Skip bin be on the footway or on a main road or within the CBD?
If you answer yes to any of these questions then you will need to get a skip bin permit from Brisbane City Council. Brisbane City Council supports work on Council property such as roads and footways when this is required as part of construction work or business operations like the placement of a skip bin on the footpath for construction waste removal. Council regulates these activities to ensure public health and safety and issues permits to regulate these activities. Council considers placing a skip bin on their property as a "Deposit equipment and materials on the footway".