Skip Bin Waste Types

So you have started a new housing project or maybe decided to completely renovate your front and backyard. Either way, you’re gonna make and accumulate a lot of waste throughout the process and you may be thinking my regular wheelie bins should be fine right? Actually you’re wrong, there are a few things you need to consider, and we are here to help with that.

It’s a good idea before starting your project to see what type of waste you’re going to produce. As different types of wastes require different types of disposal methods. Generally speaking, waste can be classified in 4 different ways, these are;

  • General waste
  • Mixed Building waste
  • Bricks and Concrete
  • Green waste
General Waste (Light waste)

General waste can be described as most household waste, meaning waste that is/was produced from within your household. These items can include things likes;

  • Boxes
  • Clothes
  • Toys
  • Appliances
  • Furniture
  • Wood (light)
Mixed Building Waste (Heavy waste)

Mixed building waste will contain waste from households, construction/renovation, demolition and Offices. Examples of such items are; Mixed concrete

  • Bricks
  • Tiles
  • Metal
  • Office and HouseHold furniture
Bricks and Concrete

This type of waste is self-explanatory, including;

  • Bricks
  • Concrete
  • but will also allow Tiles and rocks as well

Bricks and Concrete have their own category due to the strict rules enforced by the Disposal facilities.

Green Waste

Also known as Organic waste, we will see typical see;

  • Grass clipping
  • Tree trucks (No greater than 400mm)
  • Twigs
  • Small branches
  • Shrubs

Now that you’re an expert on what is accepted and not accepted in skip bins, what’s the next step? To hire a bin from a trusted and reputable company. Luckily you’re already in the right place. Here at Starpm bins, we are more than happy to answer any further questions you have and to work with you to provide you with the correct bins to fit your needs.

Don’t hesitate to reach out to us on 02 9606 8656 / 0484 915 356 as well as our email