Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. Our focus is on the redirection of waste away from landfill to alternative uses.  Not all our waste goes through our facility, so we use businesses and other waste disposal facilities that continue the sorting process. These companies apply a high level of extraction and resource recovery than is possible in our…

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Skip Bags vs Skip Bin Hire

In recent years we have seen a new product/service in the rubbish removal market. These are a bag which is promoted as a skip bag. These are not a skip bin, more like an overgrown carry bag from Woolworths. In some situations Skip Bags or a Jumbo Bags may be the answer, but it is essential is to make the right choice for your rubbish removal needs.

Skip Bin Hire is a traditional skip bin are built from steel that allows for repeated rentals along with the ability to manage the lightest to the most massive loads, from paper, cardboard or green waste to dirt, soil, rocks or concrete.

Weight?

Due to the way skip bags are handled they have significant weight restrictions that Skip Bins don’t. They do allow you to place the bags into some tight spots. However, it still needs to be in reach of the truck and the reach of the crane to remove it. 

Time?

Skip Bins do have a time limit on them unlike a bag which you can keep until you fill it. This is largely due to the higher cost of bins and the need to make a return on investment. When you consider this and compare the prices, Skip Bin Hire is pretty much the same price. After 26 years of providing a Skip Bin Hire service, we know that most people finish their job within a couple of days. That’s just the reality. Why take weeks to clean up? The truth of the matter is most Skip Bin Hire companies are flexible on time.

Whether a skip bag or Skip Bin is the answer after 26 years of operation, we can provide you with the right advice and a level of service unequalled in our industry so give Contact us a call on (07) 3821 3200 or book a bin online.

 

Are you Levy Ready?

Are you Levy Ready? The Queensland Government has announced the reintroduction of a waste levy in early 2019. The waste management strategy is a long-term goal for achieving waste avoidance and focusing on sustainable consumption. Its objective is to encourage industry investment in innovation and new infrastructure and securing continuous improvement in waste management and resource…

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