Why Skip Bins Are The Best Solution For Removing Large Quantities Of Rubbish

Why Skip Bins Are The Best Solution For Removing Large Quantities Of Rubbish

Whether you’re renovating, undergoing a major cleanout or moving to a new home, you’re bound to end up with a large amount of rubbish that somehow, you have to dispose of. While you can get rid of it bit-by-bit in the weekly garbage collection, this is a lengthy process that can take weeks, if not months, to dispose of all the rubbish. And, if you’re moving, you usually have only a matter of hours to get everything ready for the new owners or next tenants.

As the owner of 4 Waste Removals, I meet customers in these situations on a daily basis: looking for a better solution to remove all their rubbish in the one go. The solution I offer is always the same – hiring a skip bin. Indeed, skip bins can make light work of disposing any amount of rubbish, large or small.


Today, I will explain to you just why skip bins are the best solution for removing large amounts of waste. Hopefully, after reading through, you’ll agree with me and consider hiring one of our skip bins. But first, let’s look at the other option you have on hand if you want to take on the job yourself.

Dispose rubbish yourself

One option to remove large amounts of rubbish is to dispose of it by yourself. However, this process is anything but simple. Moreover, it can turn out to be quite a costly affair as well.

For starters, some tips will charge you in excess of $370 per tonne of household waste that you dispose. Moreover, tips will also charge extra for certain items which are not classified as general household waste. If you need to dispose paint tins, tyres or old mattresses, be prepared to pay a surcharge.

Also, if you choose to dispose rubbish by yourself, you’ll have to arrange for transportation and bear fuel costs. Driving to the tip will take up a lot of time and effort and you’ll have to put up with a lot of mayhem.

And, if you’re thinking of dumping your rubbish somewhere to prevent paving any tip costs, don’t. This is extremely harmful to the environment and you’ll be slapped with a large fine if caught.

Hire a skip bin to dispose rubbish

The better option to disposing of large amounts of rubbish is to simple hire a skip bin. All that you need to do is to hire a skip bin and have it delivered to your location. Once your skip arrives, you can collect all your household rubbish and load it into the bin. The skip bin company will collect the skip and dispose of the rubbish for you.

If you’re worried about the costs associated with hiring a skip, don’t. Here, at 4 Waste Removals, you can hire one of our junk skip bins for as low as $275 for a 7-day hire! Moreover, our skips are large enough to handle waste volumes up to 12m³. So, regardless of how much waste you have on hand, you can count on our skip bins to accommodate everything.


When it comes to disposing of large quantities of rubbish, the council’s kerbside collection service simply does not cut it. In such cases, you have two options on hand – disposing rubbish yourself or hiring a skip bin.

Disposing rubbish yourself is a costly, time consuming and laborious process. However, if you hire a skip bin, rubbish disposal becomes extremely easy. Simply hire a bin to have it delivered to you, load your rubbish and professionals will dispose it for you. As easy as that!

For cheap skip bins in Brisbane, look nowhere else but us at 4 Waste Removals. Contact us to hire a skip bin hire a skip online today!

*Please Note: Prices mentioned in this article may not be accurite at the time of publishing or viewing and will not be honoured. For current pricing, always refer to the prices quoted when ordering.

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Green Waste Rules: No logs, stumps, palm Logs, whole trees, mulched trees, golden cane trunks, soil, or turf. Branches must be under 13cm diameter. All green waste must stay under the top rail of the Skip Bin, with nothing poking up.

General Waste Rules: No rocks, bricks, tiles, concrete, pavers, hard wood, paint, chemicals, tyres, carpet,mattress, soil, dirt, sand or hard fill. All general waste must stay under the top rail of the skip bin, with nothing poking up.