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How to Hire a Mobile Skip Bin

Waste management laws can be confusing, especially when it comes to skip bin hire. Dumps all over Australia have varying rubbish dumping requirements and regulations, making doing rubbish removal conveniently and in a careful and environmentally friendly manner, sometimes a nightmare.

At Mobile Skips, we’re committed to being better.

We’ve changed the way Australia tackles rubbish removal. Our Mobile Skips are the perfect solution for both residential and commercial Australian residents wanting to remove their rubbish in a manner that is convenient and better for the environment.

We’ve even made the skip bin hiring process easy and convenient. Keep reading to discover how you can employ your next mobile skip bin from Mobile Skips.

First, Determine the Waste Type Materials You Need to Get Rid Of.

Taking the time to determine the waste type materials that require removal will also help determine the type and size skip bin you need.

Here at Mobile Skips, we’ve made the selection process super simple! Our Mobile Skip Bin trailers accept general rubbish including furniture, timber, plaster, steel and green waste. We even take ‘heavy stuff’. This is usually building waste such as sand, soil, bricks and concrete. However, we don’t allow hazardous materials such as asbestos and chemicals. For the full list of waste, you can put in a Mobile Skip, click here.

Once you’ve determined the type of waste you need to get rid of, and how much, you will be able to decide on the best-sized mobile skip bin.

Check Our Instant Price Calculator

Our skip bin hire fees go by the region you’re located in, due to factors such as property distance and dumping fees. To find out how much your mobile skip bin hire will cost all you have to do is head over to our ‘instant price calculator’ and pop in your postcode. From here, you’ll be given the pricing for both our ‘standard’ and ‘heavy’ mobile skips based on your location.

All pricing is inclusive of a 2 day hire period, with Friday skip hire being picked up on the following Monday at no additional day charge.

Book Your Skip Bin With Our Easy Skip Bin Rental System!

Next, all you have to do is fill out the Online Booking form and select a date and delivery time that best suits you. Our skip bin will be dropped off to you within 24 hours, with a text being sent to you providing you with a time period that you can expect delivery within.

It’s that easy! Simply load up your skip bin, and we will pick it up and dispose of the rubbish at the end of the skip bin hire period.

Call 1300 M  SKIPS or book your mobile skip hire online today!

Skip bin hire without the hassles.

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