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Hard rubbish is big items that cannot fit in a regular rubbish bin and are usually rather big. Things like fridges, washing machines, sofas, cabinets, wardrobes, televisions, furniture computers, mattresses, building material and similar items (Hard Rubbish). Hard rubbish collection does not include recyclable things, green waste or regular household rubbish.
Put your hard waste things on the nature strip on the day you make your booking. A collection size limit of 4 cubic metres (2m x 2m x 1m) applies. After a booking is made, the hard waste will be accumulated over 1–4 working days after booking. Things must be able to be lifted by 2 individuals.
If a collection wasn’t booked, whether or not placed outside in time, you will receive a notice in your letterbox. Most properties can make 1 hard waste booking per year.
Little known facts about hard waste services.
Many councils have a lot of regulations and restrictions on what they pick up—Household furniture and fittings. (e.g. seats, sofas, mattresses and clean basins). Waste in the backyard shed (e.g. loved tools, equipment and generators ). Carpet and linoleum (should be rolled and attached, and no longer than 2m and restricted to 1 cubic metre) Timber (no more than 10 pieces, must be tied and never exceeding 2m in length).
Hot water solutions could be thrown out. Prunings and branches less than 150mm in diameter and 1.8 metres in length, firmly tied in bundles of up to 300mm diameter (Rubbish Removal). Plus, you need to make sure that you’ve put the compliant hard waste collection on your nature strip.
All done and ready to go.
When it is a spring clean, or after a satisfying DIY project there is obviously heaps of household rubbish that requires getting rid of. Mobile Skips will deliver fast to all suburbs in Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Brisbane, Adelaide, Geelong along with the Mornington Peninsula & the Sunshine Coast. Book online now and we’ll be there within 3 hours to pick up all of your unwanted household rubbish.
What you can put in:
- Household Rubbish: Furniture, wood, clothes, household junk, office material, white products
- Green Waste: Light green waste like shrubs, prunings, sticks and twigs. Tree branches, leaves and grass clippings.
- Light Construction Waste: Cabinetry, plasterboard, fittings, windows, flooring and doors
What you can’t put in:
- Hazardous Materials: Asbestos, chemicals, poisons, batteries, paint, food & biological waste.
- E-Waste: Computers, Batteries and Electronics
Contact us now to find out more about rates and availability to assist you with your next big removal.
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Types of skip bins.
4 cubic metres : Standard skip bins
4 cubic metres : Heavy skip bins
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