Skip Bin Hire Adelaide

We provide domestic and commercial rubbish skip bins in Adelaide that you can rely on. Our fleet of skip bin hire centres across the city covers everywhere from the CBD, Gawler, Adelaide Hills, Barossa Valley, and in between. Whether you’re working on a home renovation,  a complete commercial construction, or just a general clean-up, our range of skip bin sizes and varieties can cater for your needs. 

Proper waste management is essential to following the law, keeping our streets clean and the environment healthy. Breaking the law by failing to dispose of your rubbish properly is costly and illegal, yet finding a sustainable way to manage large amounts of waste can be challenging. We believe it should be easy and affordable to do the right thing. That’s why we follow all regulations regarding waste management  By choosing to hire a skip bin with us, you’re choosing to do your part to keep Adelaide clean. 

The right choice for fast waste removal

Having serviced Adelaide for over a decade, you can trust us to deliver on time for your rubbish removal needs. Speak with our friendly team to book your next bin or enquire as to the most suitable type and size for your project. 

Skip Bin Hire proudly serves the following regions in Adelaide

An unrivalled service area across SA

We pride ourselves on having one of the largest service areas for rubbish removal. We are a national provider, servicing all over Australia

Deal with a company favoured by major local institutions

Find out why we are popular with some of the countries largest builders

Check out what our customers say

With all five star reviews, its made clear that we back up what we preach

Dale Broadmeadow
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Best prices and always on time when we order. They stock a large variety of sizes which helps when we have sites were space is limited.
Vivian Reed
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They were very helpful when I called to get assistance with what bin size I needed. I was able to get rid of all my rubbish in one go and it was very convenient. Will definitely use again
Mario Ferraro
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The process was very easy from booking, to receiving the bin and having it taken away quickly. 5 stars
Andrew Withers
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Thanks again for all your help with our demolition projects. Very reliable and accomodating with our short notice requests
Joseph Mcrale
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We regularly hire for our projects and they are always reliable. They are understanding if we have delays on site and are very accommodating.
Jarryd Quest
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The easiest company to deal with in Adelaide. Really competitive prices and always on time
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Our commitment to a sustainable future

We are focused on reducing our environmental footprint to ensure future generations can enjoy the natural beauty and pristine environment that exists across Adelaide. Our primary focus is to recycle as much rubbish as possible.

The main way we reduce our impact is by separating rubbish. We are able to do this by providing our clients with skip bins that are tailored to their waste needs. For example, a client looking to remove all bricks or concrete, we can provide a bin were they only put this waste into it. This can then be recycled and crushed into road base. This also ensures cheaper pricing for the customer, as less tipping fees are required as it doesn’t go to land fill.

Get delivery when you need it

Skip Bin Hire in Adelaide is available fast. Simply book in online or call us and we can typically deliver within 24 hours, six days a week. Our reputation for on time delivery has seen us grow to be a local leader

All your queries answered

All our waste is recycled as much as possible. All rubbish is brought to a sorting yard. From here we use machinery to separate waste into groups for recycling. For example, green waste like branches and leaves can be turned into mulch. Items like bricks and concrete can be crushed and used as road base for future construction.

/Yes, in most cases local councils require a skip bin permit. If you are placing your skip bin within your property or driveway, you won’t need a permit. If its going on the street or a public space, its best to contact your local council to see if you require one as you typically do. A small fee and application is usually involved. Check out Adelaide councils site for more information.

Three reasons to hire a skip bin in Adelaide

Save money

Whilst some think skip bins are expensive, they are in fact in many cases alot cheaper than getting rid of rubbish on your own. We are able to save you money by sorting waste, ensuring that a lot of the content of your skip bin can be recycled. The more we recycle, the less goes to costly land fill tips. If you were to take waste to tips on your own across Adelaide, you would find that  it would cost more to tip. 

Save time

Easily throw the rubbish in the bin or if you have machinery on site, you can pile in the waste fast. When full, simply call or email and we will collect it within 24 hours. If you had to take a truck or trailer to the tip, you will find you might waste hours in traffic or waiting in line and manually unloading it. 

Serviceability

We service most suburbs in Adelaide. Our large team of drivers and trucks can service you fast. We go were most companies won’t. If you are in a remote or regional area, feel free to call or email us and in more cases than not, we can usually service you. Our cheap prices and friendly customer service team are a reason why we have grown to service Adelaide in its entirety

Clean Waste

What can go in a clean waste bin

Only one type of waste listed below, you cannot mix types

Tiles only on its own

Bricks only on its own

Pebbles and rocks on its own

Sandstone on its own

Dry concrete rubble (max size 700x 700) on its own

What can’t go in a clean waste bin

Soil, clay and dirt

Excavation waste

Green waste

Underlay, carpet, vinyl and rubber products, synthetic turf

Tree stumps and large roots

Gyprock, fibro, asbestos, timbers, insulation, paint, chemicals and chemical containers

Books, pamphlets, papers

Food products, perishable and non-perishable

Mixed Rubble Waste

What can go in a mixed rubble waste bin

Tiles and mortar

Bricks

Pebbles and rocks

Sandstone

Dry concrete rubble (max size 700x 700)

What can’t go in a mixed rubble waste

Soil, clay and dirt

Excavation waste

Green waste

Underlay, carpet, vinyl and rubber products, synthetic turf

Tree stumps and large roots

Gyprock, fibro, asbestos, timbers, insulation, paint, chemicals and chemical containers

Books, pamphlets, papers

Food products, perishable and non-perishable

Tyres, mattresses

No other materials apart from what has been listed

Green Waste

What can go in a green waste bin

Small branches, shrubs, garden trimmings (excludes tree trunks and roots greater than 600mm long and 350mm wide)

Untreated timber

Bark and wood chip without soil

What can’t go in a green waste bin

Food products, perishable and non-perishable

Underlay, carpet, vinyl and rubber products, synthetic turf

Tree stumps and large roots

Heavy construction materials such as bricks, clay, soil, tiles, concrete, gyprock, fibro, asbestos, timbers, insulation, paint, chemicals and chemical containers

Books, pamphlets, papers

Tyres, mattresses

No other materials apart from what has been listed

Excavation Waste

What can go in an excavation waste bin

Dirt, sand, clay, soil, tock and sandstone no larger than 650mm x 650mm

Less than 10% vegetation, turf

What can’t go in an excavation waste bin

Contaminated soil

Asbestos

Soil with asbestos

Man-made materials

Food products, perishable and non-perishable

Underlay, carpet, vinyl and rubber products, synthetic turf

Tree stumps and large roots

Heavy construction materials such as bricks, clay, soil, tiles, concrete, gyprock, fibro, asbestos, timbers, insulation, paint, chemicals and chemical containers

No other waste permittable

Light Building Waste

What can go in a light building waste bin

Light domestic waste from renovations excluding heavy construction materials such as bricks, clay, soil, tiles, concrete, gyprock, fibro, asbestos, timbers, insulation, paint, chemicals and chemical containers

Appliances, furniture, fridges, washing machines, dishwasher, ovens

Some green waste such as small branches, shrubs and garden trimmings (excludes tree trunks and roots greater than 600mm long and 350mm wide)

Light commercial waste such as office furniture, filing cabinets, chairs

Household items such as paper, cardboard, kitchen wear, cloths, toys

What can’t go in a light building waste bin

Food products, perishable and non-perishable

Underlay, carpet, vinyl and rubber products, synthetic turf

Tree stumps and large roots

Heavy construction materials such as bricks, clay, soil, tiles, concrete, gyprock, fibro, asbestos, timbers, insulation, paint, chemicals and chemical containers

Excess books, pamphlets, papers

Tyres, mattresses (extra charges apply, tyres not allowed in QLD)

Mixed Waste With Soil

What can go in a mixed heavy waste with soil bin

Demolition waste including metal, steel, timber, plastic, gyprock, some glass, bricks, tiles, dry concrete pieces smaller than 650mm x650mm

Appliances, furniture, fridges, washing machines, dishwasher, ovens

Less than 80% sand, clay, soil and dirt products

Some green waste such as small branches, shrubs, garden trimmings, logs up to 0.5m long and smaller than 350 mm in diameter

Light commercial waste such as office furniture, filing cabinets, chairs

Household items such as paper, cardboard, kitchen wear, cloths, toys

What can’t go in a mixed heavy waste with soil bin

Food products, perishable and non-perishable

Underlay, carpet, vinyl and rubber products, synthetic turf

Tree stumps and large roots greater than 0.5, long and 350mm wide

Villa board, fibro, asbestos

Gyprock, fibro, asbestos, insulation, paint, chemicals and chemical containers

Tyres, mattresses (extra charges apply, tyres not allowed in QLD)

Mixed Heavy Waste

What can go in a mixed heavy waste bin

Demolition waste including metal, steel, timber, plastic, gyprock, some glass, bricks, tiles, dry concrete pieces smaller than 650mm x650mm

Appliances, furniture, fridges, washing machines, dishwasher, ovens

Some green waste such as small branches, shrubs, garden trimmings, logs up to 0.5m long and smaller than 350 mm in diameter

Light commercial waste such as office furniture, filing cabinets, chairs

Household items such as paper, cardboard, kitchen wear, cloths, toys

What can’t go in a mixed heavy waste bin

Food products, perishable and non-perishable

Underlay, carpet, vinyl and rubber products, synthetic turf

Tree stumps and large roots greater than 0.5, long and 350mm wide

Villa board, fibro, asbestos

Clay, soil, gyprock, fibro, asbestos, insulation, paint, chemicals and chemical containers

Tyres, mattresses (extra charges apply, tyres not allowed in QLD)

Household Waste

What can go in a household waste bin

Appliances, furniture, fridges, washing machines, dishwasher, ovens

Some green waste such as small branches, shrubs, garden trimmings (excludes tree trunks and roots

Light commercial waste such as office furniture, filing cabinets, chairs

Household items such as paper, cardboard, kitchen wear, cloths, toys

What can’t go in a household waste bin

Food products, perishable and non-perishable

Underlay, carpet, vinyl and rubber products, synthetic turf

Tree stumps and large roots

Heavy construction materials such as bricks, clay, soil, tiles, concrete, gyprock, fibro, asbestos, timbers, insulation, paint, chemicals and chemical containers

Tyres, mattresses (extra charges apply, tyres not allowed in QLD)

General Waste

What can go in a general waste bin

Appliances, furniture, fridges, washing machines, dishwasher, ovens

Some green waste such as small branches, shrubs, garden trimmings (excludes tree trunks and roots

Light commercial waste such as office furniture, filing cabinets, chairs

Household items such as paper, cardboard, kitchen wear, cloths, toys

What can’t go in a general waste bin

Food products, perishable and non-perishable

Underlay, carpet, vinyl and rubber products, synthetic turf

Tree stumps and large roots

Heavy construction materials such as bricks, clay, soil, tiles, concrete, gyprock, fibro, asbestos, timbers, insulation, paint, chemicals and chemical containers

Tyres, mattresses (extra charges apply, tyres not allowed in QLD)