Domestic Skip Bins

Domestic Skip Bins

We supply domestic skip bins of all sizes including walk-in bins for your convenience. more

Industrial Skip Bins

Industrial Skip Bins

At SuperBins we can supply an industrial skip bin to suit your exact requirements. more

Commercial Skip Bins

Commercial Skip Bins

At SuperBins we can supply a commercial skip bin to suit your exact requirements. more

Frequently Asked Questions

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How much can I put in a bin?

Bins are rented out by the volume in cubic metres. They are to be filled up to 'water level only, i.e. not above the rim!

It is illegal to transport a waste container loaded beyond its dimensional limits. Large fines are applicable, as well as demerit points against drivers licence if a truck is pulled up by the RTA or police. Whilst tarpaulins are used to prevent material escaping during transit they have no structural integrity (legal or actual) thus they are not strong enough to prevent heavier debris from dislodging.

The same applies to 'hungry boards'. These are sheets of waste material such as gyp-rock, doors, plywood etc that are placed along the inside perimeter of the bin, effectively increasing the volume. At Just Bins, we try to offer the lowest prices possible. If every bin, however, came back to our depot overloaded, over the course of one year it could be as much as 3000 cubic metres of waste material we must process that hasn't been paid for. This equates to a lot of money $250,000 which we would have to then incorporate into our bin prices.

Some tips to maximise your bin load without over filling

Pack your bin carefully leaving no airspace, break up or crush larger items such as furniture, don't put items in a bin if the council recycles it for free e.g. cardboard, glass bottles store the bin on your property if possible to deter anonymous donations.

What can’t go in the skip bin?

Hazardous waste can not be placed in the skip bin - paints, solvents, liquids or any asbestos.

To dispose of any of these materials please contact us online and we will organise help for you. In some areas, disposal of tyres and mattresses in the skip bin can incur additional charges. Your supplier will be able to advise you of these costs.

How much does it cost to hire a skip bin?

It depends on the waste type, the size of the skip bin and your particular requirements.

Just put your details into the website, and it will offer the lowest price to meet your requirements, with no obligations.

How long can I keep the skip bin?

At SuperBins we allow you to keep a skip bin for between 3 and 5 days.

If you want a skip bin for longer, the price for bin hire quotes includes keeping the skip bin for the number of days specified.

What if I’m not finished with the skip bin by pick-up day?

If unforeseen circumstances mean that you have not finished with the skip bin, you should advise the supplier as early as possible.

Provided the skip bin has not been booked out on another job, we can usually be flexible but extra costs may be incurred.

When and how do I pay for the skip bin?

All skip bin orders are paid for at the time of ordering.

We accept payment by all major credit cards and paypal accounts over our secure server (see security page). Any additional charges for excess tip fees will be invoiced to you by the supplier directly in some cases they may call you to get credit card details before they drop your bin

How much weight can I put in the skip bin?

A General Waste bin and Green Waste bin have weight limits of 150kg per cubic meter in size (i.e a 9 cubic metre skip bin can hold up to 1350kg of waste). Suppliers are charged tip fees based on weight. The limit of 150kg per cubic meter for these waste types is the average industry weight limit. If your bin exceeds this weight limit suppliers may charge you additional tipping fees. To give you an example of weight limits, 1 cubic meter of dirt weighs about 1.5 tonnes, exceeding the weight limit of a 9 cubic meter General Waste and Green Waste skip bin.

How high can I fill the skip bin?

Skip bins should not be filled any higher than the top of its sides

They should be filled in such a manner as to prevent spillage of material from the skip bin either while stationary or in transit. (Suppliers face prosecution for unsafe or overweight loads.)

What do I do with hazardous chemicals?

We do not accept any hazardous waste with the skip bins.

To dispose of this you need to contact your local council or contact us and we will work with you on a solution to help. Hazardous chemicals include: Solvents, Paints, Acids, Laboratory Waste, Oils, Grease traps etc.

Will they be able to get up my drive?

Your drive needs to be at least 3 metres wide for a normal truck with a 9 cubic metre skip bin (allow wider access if necessary for a larger truck).

You should also ensure there are no low hanging trees, power lines or the like, that may hinder the access and placement of the container at time of delivery. Once ordered you should contact your supplier and discuss the location of the skip bin if you think that access may be difficult. Most suppliers will have smaller trucks for tricky locations or you can get a permit from you local council to put it out the front of your house.

How much notice do I need to give when ordering my skip?

We are able to deliver a skip bin to you within 24hrs from the time of ordering.

We strong recommend skip bins are booked as far in advance as possible to ensure you are able to get a skip bin that best meets your requirements and price.

St George, Sutherland, Cronulla and Bankstown Areas of Sydney

  • Sutherland & Cronulla

    • 2224 – KANGAROO POINT, SYLVANIA, SYLVANIA WATERS
    • 2225 – OYSTER BAY
    • 2226 – BONNET BAY, COMO, JANNALI
    • 2227 – GYMEA, GYMEA BAY
    • 2228 – MIRANDA, YOWIE BAY
    • 2229 – CARINGBAH, DOLANS BAY, LILLI PILLI, TAREN POINT
    • 2230 – BUNDEENA, BURRANEER, CRONULLA, MAIANBAR, WOOLOOWARE
    • 2231 – KURNELL
    • 2232 – AUDLEY, GARIE, GRAYS POINT, KAREELA, KIRRAWEE, LOFTUS, SUTHERLAND, WORONORA
    • 2233 – ENGADINE, HEATHCOTE, WATERFALL, WORONORA HEIGHTS, YARRAWARRAH
    • 2234 – ALFORDS POINT, BANGOR, BARDEN RIDGE, ILLAWONG, LUCAS HEIGHTS, MENAI
  • St George District

    • 2205 – ARNCLIFFE, TURRELLA, WOLLI CREEK
    • 2207 – BARDWELL PARK, BARDWELL VALLEY, BEXLEY, BEXLEY NORTH, BEXLEY SOUTH
    • 2208 – KINGSGROVE
    • 2209 – BEVERLY HILLS, NARWEE
    • 2210 – LUGARNO, PEAKHURST, PEAKHURST HEIGHTS, RIVERWOOD
    • 2216 – BANKSIA, BRIGHTON-LE-SANDS, ROCKDALE, KYEEMAGH
    • 2217 – BEVERLEY PARK, KOGARAH, KOGARAH BAY, MONTEREY, RAMSGATE, RAMSGATE BEACH
    • 2218 – ALLAWAH, CARLTON
    • 2219 – DOLLS POINT, SANDRINGHAM, SANS SOUCI
    • 2220 – HURSTVILLE, HURSTVILLE GROVE
    • 2221 – BLAKEHURST, CARSS PARK, CONNELLS POINT, KYLE BAY, SOUTH HURSTVILLE
    • 2222 – PENSHURST
    • 2223 – MORTDALE, OATLEY
  • Bankstown District

    • 2191 – BELFIELD
    • 2192 – BELMORE
    • 2193 – ASHBURY, CANTERBURY, HURLSTONE PARK
    • 2194 – CAMPSIE
    • 2195 – LAKEMBA, WILEY PARK
    • 2196 – PUNCHBOWL, ROSELANDS
    • 2197 – BASS HILL
    • 2198 – GEORGES HALL
    • 2199 – YAGOONA