How do I know which skip bin size I need?
We are often asked ‘What size bin should I get” the best way to estimate it is by using the rough graph below. Estimating is not easy and we have created this little guide to help you decide.
We often find more to off load than originally thought when we start a clean-up of any sort, the extra space in a bigger bin can always get used.
We always recommend going one size bigger if you’re not sure for 2 reasons:
Most people under estimate the amount they can dispose of from there location. On a regular basis we have clients call us after they have loaded there bin and say, “can you bring me another one, I have filled this one already.”
Cost of tipping fees. Tipping fees for overweight bins (more weight than the included weight limits) In Australia price rise for tipping fees increased on a massive scale at the end of 2014. Tipping fees are now $60.50 per ton.