FAQ - B&R Bin Hire

How do I book a bin?

You can call 0450 188 737 to assist you with a booking - Monday to Sunday 7:00 am to 7:00pm.

How much notice is required to book a bin?

We recommend that you book at least 24 hours in advance as we may NOT be able to accommodate a same day delivery.

For how long can I hire a skip bin from Budget Bin Hire?

We offer bins for a hire period of 3 days, though flexible should you require extra couple of days @ no extra costs.

How can I pay for a bin?

Payment is to be made prior to or at the time of delivery. We accept the following methods of payment:

  • Direct fund transfer 
  • Cash  
  • Credit Card

Will I need a council permit?

Generally, if a bin is placed on council property (on the nature strip or on the road) we are required to obtain a permit.We arrange the permit on your behalf as part of your booking. Permit costs vary depending on the council, placement of the bin and the length of time the permit is required.

Are there any additional charges?

We incur extra costs for the disposal of tyres and mattresses, which are passed on to our customers. These additional charges are as follows:

  • Mattresses         $  45   
  • Car Tyres           $  15   

 

To what level can I fill the bin?

The bin must only be filled to the top so that it is level with the side of the bin.
Due to occupational health and safety, waste cannot exceed the height of the bin.
If your bin is overloaded, you may be required to offload it before it can be removed from site.
Please note an overloading fee of up to $100 may apply.

What waste is not accepted?

We do not accept asbestos, tins of liquid paint, gas bottles, or hazardous chemical waste.

What happens to my waste?

The waste we remove from your site is taken to our Recycle Yard where it is sorted and as much as possible and retrieved for recycling. We recycle approximately 80 per cent of the waste that is received at our yard. The remaining materials deemed non-recyclable will be directed to landfill.

What is a cubic metre?

A cubic metre is measured using the length x width x height formula. For example, a 6m3 = length 4.2m x width 2.4m x height 0.6m.

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