What happens to the rubbish once you pick it up?
Our skip bins have been taken back to our depot where they are weighed & emptied. The waste is transported each day to our registered recycling facilities for sorting & recycling. Learn more in our environment page here.
If I get a skip delivered to one location, is it okay to receive it collected from a different address?
We could definitely deliver and collect from various addresses that they are in the similar area. Just Be Sure You refer to our trailer safety guide.
How much notice do you need to book a skip hire?
Most frequently if you book in the daytime we could have you delivered on the same day in 3 hours. If you are planning beforehand, best to book in a timeslot to make certain you receive the skip if you need it.
Which kind of skip bin is best for my rubbish?
We offer 2 product types–A Standard Mobile Skip and a Heavy Mobile Skip. The Standard is the most popular and ideal for workouts at home and domestic rubbish. The Heavy Mobile Skip is perfect for renovation waste and contractors rubbish.
Do I want to get a council permit to have it parked on the street?
No, Mobile Skips® offer skip bin hire with no permits as our bins are mounted on a registered trailer. So, they may be left wherever it’s lawful to park a vehicle. Hassle free.
Can I pay cash?
We take all kinds of credit cards online, but yes you are able to pay money through any Bunnings store nearest you, they can help you organise skip hire for pick up and delivery. Check availability in the nearest Bunnings.
Can I move it if I need to?
Yes, in case you’ve got a car with a tow ball you are able to move the Mobile Skip, you may wish to be careful once you’ve started loading it depending on the towing capacity of your car. Check out our trailer security guide here.
Just how much ‘heavy stuff’ I could place into a Mobile Skip bin?
‘Heavy stuff’ is stuff like sand, dirt, concrete, bricks, tiles, pavers etc.. No more than 1 wheelbarrow load at a Standard Skip and around 5 wheel barrow loads at a Heavy Skip. Read more – waste kinds page.