Residential Skip Bins
Bulk Waste Collection are the experts in residential skip bin hire in Perth. Whether you’re renovating your property or just need to do a general clean-up around your home and yard, we make bulk waste disposal in Perth easier than ever!
Perth Residential Skip Bin Hire
We provide residential skip bin hire to assist with the following situations:
– Household clean-ups
– Tenant / rental vacating
– DIY landscaping
– And much more!
The Benefits of Hiring a Residential Skip Bin from Bulk Waste Collection
When you hire a residential skip bin with Bulk Waste Collection, we’ll take care of the hard work for you – all you need to do is load it up.
As a proudly Western Australian owned-and-operated skip bin company, we pride ourselves on ensuring all of our residential customers receive the size and type of bin they need. Even if you’re not sure what size you need, our experienced staff will be able to help you select the most suitable size based on your waste requirements.
The delivery and collection process is also straightforward. We’ll deliver your bin, and unload it from our trucks in the safest, securest spot possible and then you just let us know when you’re finished with it. Once you’re finished loading your bin, we can come and have it collected with as little as an hour’s notice.
What Type of Waste Can You Put in Your Hired Residential Skip Bin?
Our residential skip bins can be filled with everything from furniture to garden waste. Approved types of waste include:
Mixed Waste – A mix of products including light domestic waste and light construction waste
Green Waste – Grass, leaves, bark, tree trimmings, small branches, weeds
Clean fill/Hard fill – Clay, concrete, bricks, rocks and ceramic tiles
Steel Waste – Steel waste material
What Type of Waste Can’t go in Your Hired Residential Skip Bin?
While we’re happy to assist with the disposal of most types of bulk residential waste, there are a few things that you can’t throw in one of our skip bins, including:
– Paint products
– Food waste
– Gas bottles
– Hazardous waste or tyres
– Fridges, freezers and air conditioning units (unless they’re certified as de-gassed)
– Tree stumps that are bigger than 30cm in diameter
If you do need to dispose of any of the above types of waste, you can contact your local council to find out where it can be taken.
What Happens to Your Waste After Your Bin is Collected?
At Bulk Waste Collection, we take our commitment to minimising the impact of waste on the environment very seriously, which is why we practice safe bulk waste disposal practices with a key focus on Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.
If you have requested a bin for recyclable materials, your waste will be recycled or turned into a new, usable product.
Any general waste will be sorted to determine if anything can be recycled or reused. Any waste that doesn’t fall into the recycle or reuse category will be taken to an approved landfill site.
If you’re itching to get rid of the waste that’s piling up at home, get in contact with the team at Bulk Waste Collection today!