Skip Bin Hire Hobart

Rubbish removal made easy

If you have some waste to remove in Hobart, we can help. Whether it be construction waste, a household or office clean up or something else, our team is available to deliver a skip bin.

Deal with a trusted skip bin provider in Hobart that services major organisations

A favourite amongst some of the country’s largest builders

How we give waste a second life

All rubbish collected from skips is carefully separated in our yards. We go to a lot of effort to group waste together that can be recycled. For example, bricks and concrete is taken to a concrete recycling facility were it is broken up and used to make road base for future construction sites and roads. Green waste like tree branches is processed and made into new garden mulch or fire wood.

Ensuring waste is recycled means we have less of an impact on the environment and can save our customers money.

Skip bins in Hobart delivered on time

Our company prides itself on rapid delivery and collection, ensuring you construction site, office or household clean up runs smoothly. We have a large fleet of trucks servicing Hobart and the surrounding areas.

Here what our customers say

If you’re not yet convinced that we are one of the best skip bin hire companies in Hobart, then see what some of our customers have to say
Tony Williams
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We found it very easy to book a bin and were impressed with the next day service. The bin was also collected promptly, freeing up our site were space is always crucial.
Sam Aboud
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Great prices and easy to get ta hold of. One of the more professional skip bin operators in the industry.
Michell Antonosi
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We have used Skip Bin Co on many of our renovations. We find their service is excellent and we get our bins delivered and collected on time. They are also quite competitive on price which is an added bonus.
Greg Jefferies
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If you’re looking for Skip Bins in Sydney, give the team at Skip Bin Co a call. They are the easiest to deal with and they notify you of a date and time and stick to it. The drivers also call ahead and are friendly and easy to deal with.
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Frequently asked questions about skip bin hire

Choosing the right sized bin can be a little tricky if you don’t regularly hire them. We have a skip bin hire guide next to each bin which tells you an approximate number of wheel burrows each bin can take, which is usually an easy format that people can relate to.
Yes, we endeavour to recycle as much waste as possible. Once your skip bin hire is collected, we take it to a yard in Sydney and separate the waste. In a lot of cases, a majority of the bin can be recycled and given a second purpose. The remaining waste that can’t be recycled is taken to various tips across Sydney to ensure we can get our customers the cheapest bin prices ongoing. There are numerous tips across Sydney that specialise in particular waste formats, so by taking a load to them will ensure the highest recycling.
Yes, if not placing the bin within the boundary of your property, you will need to go to your local council to get a skip bin permit. The only councils that don’t require a skip bin permit are Blacktown, Randwick and Woolharra, but always contact your local council to be sure,

Advantages of hiring a skip bin Hobart

Save money

Skip bin hire in most cases often works out cheaper than taking a load of rubbish to the tip yourself. The reason for this is largely to do with the sorting. We aim at recycling as much of the waste as possible and by grouping the waste products that are recyclable in a yard, less of it needs to go to land fill. Often the recycable products are much cheaper to tip, so that means the skip bin prices are cheaper. If you tried to do this yourself, you would need to take the contents of a skip bin to multiple recycling centres across Hobart, and it would cost more in the long run.

Save time

Skip bins offer a much more convenient option than removing the waste yourself. All our skip bins are delivered to suburbs across Hobart, at your site or property, ready to be filled. Once your fin is filled, you simply call us for it to be collected and we take it away, saving you having to travel to and from the tip, and wait in rubbish disposals centres for over an hour to unload.

Serviceability

We go everywhere. Our team of over fifty drivers provide skip bin hire in Hobart to all suburbs, and we often go were other operators wont. So no matter where you are located, our trusted team can get you a bin to any site in Hobart. Whether you need a skip bin for residential use, a building site, an office or something else, we can get a bin to you typically within 24 hours.

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)