Skip Bin Hire Melbourne

Fast and affordable waste removal

Our commitment to the best prices, on time delivery and a complete focus on recycling as much waste as possible is why we are voted a leader in the industry

A partner to leading companies and institutions

A preferred option for major builders in Melbourne and across Australia

A leader in sustainable practices

Protecting the natural environment  is a key focus of our operation. We aim at preserving the pristine beauty of Melbourne from the beaches to the country side.  Everything we do in our business is looked at closely to ensure we leave the least environmental impact as possible.

All waste collected f is taken to a yard for sorting. We group materials together to ensure we can recycle as much as possible. Items like steel can be melted and reused to make new steel. Green waste like trees and branches can be turned into mulch to go back into the garden.  with bricks and concrete can be crushed to make solid bases for future roads and driveways.

Get a bin delivered within 24 hours

If you’re after prompt delivery of skip bin hire in Melbourne, then you have come to the right place. In most cases, we can organise delivery to you between Monday to Saturday within a 24 hour period from when its ordered. 

What our clients think of us

With plenty of positive reviews, you can trust us to get you a bin on time and budget across Victoria

Clive Henry
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A clear and easy to use site for first timers like myself. We were able to choose the right bin for our waste. Thanks again
Jasmine Saunders
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Was prefect for our home clean up and the bins were collected promptly on both occasions
Walter Harris
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I have used them for many job sites and they always deliver on time. Their prices are more than fair and the staff are friendly and easy to deal with
James Nguyễn
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We use them a few times a year for office and warehouse clean ups and the service is always perfect. They have a variety of sizes which helps when we have different amounts of rubbish. The staff are helpful with guiding us on the bin sizes we need.
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Unsure about something? See some of the most common questions and answers below

If you don’t regularly hire, visualising the size you need can be hard. An easy guide is understanding what a cubic metre is. This is 1m x 1m x 1m cube. A 6 cube bin means it has 6 of these 1m x 1m x 1m boxes. So when looking at you rubbish, picture it fitting into 1m cubed boxes to help visual. Still unsure? contact our team on the phone or email. 

Yes, we separate waste and use various waste collection depots across Melbourne to remove it. For example, steel and metals are taken to a specialist tip where it is condensed and then used to remake new steel. Waste like bricks and concrete are crushed to be used in bases for roads and footpaths or on new construction sites.

Yes, most councils in Melbourne require you to have a permit when placing skip bins on the road or public areas. If located within your property you won’t require it. Its best to always check with your local council if you need to fill in an application or pay a small fee .

One of Melbourne's largest operators

If you’re looking for a site outside of Melbourne, no need to stress, we have you covered. We are a national provider and have some of the largest coverage of any company in the country.

The advantages of skip bin hire in Melbourne

Save money

If you’re looking for waste removal on a budget a skip bin is usually the solution. Removing waste on your own can often be costly as tip prices are expensive. If you take a load, its priced per tonne and this can add up quickly.  We separate rubbish in a yard, ensuring a lot of the rubbish collected is recycled and as a result is cheaper for our clients. 

Save time

Save time by not waiting in long tip lines and travelling in traffic to remove your waste. All you need to do is load the bin in the comfort of your home or work place and we do the rest. Its quick and easy and reduces time, saving you money in the long run. When your bin is full contact us and we can get it collected within 24 hours.

Serviceability

Our large fleet of trucks and staff means we can go to places where most  companies won’t. Our large scale is a testament to our impeccable service and affordable pricing.

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)