Skip Bin Services

Best Price Rubbish Removal do not offer skip bin services but recommend Skip Bin Co for all your skip bin needs.

They are one of Sydney’s most trusted skip bin hire companies. They have been hiring out skip bins for over twenty years, servicing construction sites, as well as providing bins for residential clean ups, offices, schools and government projects.

The aim is to deliver you the best-priced skip bin hire for your waste removal needs, delivered and collected to meet your schedule and at your location across Australia. To hire a skip bin is as easy as selecting the right sized bin to accommodate your rubbish removal needs. Thery offer skip bin hire for residential use, construction sites, offices and anything you can think of where you need rubbish removed quickly and conveniently.

Skip Bin Co brings together a national network of skip bin providers to deliver the best-priced and quickest bin delivery based on your location. By working with over 100 skip bin operators across Australia, we can organise a bin provider that is closest to your location and is the best-priced provider for your waste type and bin size.

The team of skip bin hire experts have worked in the industry for over 20 years and our carefully screened and selected network of skip bin operators will ensure you get cheap skip bin hire and great service. They manage the process for you, saving you the time and hassle of calling and emailing providers and shopping for quotes. The volume of work that is provided to operators ensures they can get a better price for you, especially if you don’t regularly hire skip bins.

Hire a bin at a convenient time for you

Skip Bin Co delivers bins across Australia 6 days a week, ensuring you can get a prompt drop off and collection service to suit your schedule. Their large fleet of waste removal trucks is available quickly, with next day service available in most cases. If you are looking for fast skip bin services in Sydney, then we strongly recommend you contact Skip Bin Co to discuss your needs.

How do we know what skip bin size to hire?

Choosing the right sized bin can be a little tricky if you don’t regularly hire them. They have a skip bin hire guide next to each bin on their website which tells you an approximate number of wheel burrows each bin can take, which is an easy format that people can relate to.

Do you recycle the waste?

Yes, They endeavour to recycle as much waste as possible. Once your skip bin hire is collected, they take it to a yard and separate the waste. In a lot of cases, a majority of the bin can be recycled and given a second purpose. The remaining waste that can’t be recycled is taken to various tips to ensure they can get their customers the cheapest bin prices possible. There are numerous tips  that specialise in particular waste formats, so by taking a load to them will ensure the highest recycling.

Do you need a skip bin permit to place a bin on road or public space?

Yes, if not placing the bin within the boundary of your property, bin hirers need to go to their local council to get a skip bin permit. Some councils don’t require a skip bin permit, but always contact your local council to confirm this and be sure you are not breaking any local council bylaws.

National Operator

Skip Bin Co is a national skip bin provider. See below a list of city locations they service. If you’re working on a national project, you can rest assured that Skip Bin Co can offer their great service across Australia.








Learn more about Skip Bin Co and their range of services via their website here:

What Rubbish Can We Remove For You

Regardless of the type of household junk you have, we can remove just about anything. Here are some common types of rubbish we remove from houses in Melbourne:

  • White goods such as dryers, fridges, freezers, washing machines
  • Bedding and mattresses
  • Furniture
  • Appliances, electronics, computers and equipment
  • Scrap metal such as car parts
  • Carpet
  • House renovation waste
  • Green waste

Rubbish disposal is a necessary process that helps maintain clean and hygienic environments. However, there are several things that can derail a successful rubbish disposal process, leading to problems like overflowing bins, blocked drains, and health hazards. Here are some of the most common things that can derail the success of this process

Overloading Bins

Overloading bins is one of the biggest problems in the trash disposal process. When bins are overfilled, rubbish can spill out, attracting pests and causing unpleasant odors. To avoid overloading, we need to regularly dispose of rubbish in a timely manner and make sure that bins are not too full before they are collected.

Improper Disposal of Hazardous Waste

Hazardous waste, such as chemicals, batteries, and electronic waste, can be dangerous if not disposed of properly. These items need to be disposed of separately from regular rubbish to ensure that they don’t pose a risk to human health or the environment.


Littering is another common problem that can disrupt the trash removal process. When people litter, rubbish accumulates in public spaces, causing blockages and unpleasant odors. It’s important to educate people about the importance of keeping public spaces clean and encourage them to dispose of their rubbish properly.

Unauthorized Dumping

Unauthorized dumping is another problem that can interfere with disposal success. This occurs when people illegally dump rubbish in public spaces, such as parks, sidewalks, or bodies of water. This not only creates unsightly messes but also can harm wildlife and the environment.

Lack of Recycling

Recycling is a crucial part of the rubbish disposal process as it helps to reduce waste and preserve natural resources. However, if people are not properly educated about the benefits of recycling, they may not take part in this important process. We need to encourage people to recycle and provide clear information about what can and cannot be recycled.

Inadequate Collection Schedules

Inadequate collection schedules can also derail the entire procedure. If collections are not frequent enough, rubbish can accumulate, leading to blockages and unpleasant odors. Because of that, having a regular collection schedule in place matters. We also need to make sure that rubbish is collected frequently enough to avoid these problems.

Poorly Maintained Rubbish Collection Vehicles

Poorly maintained rubbish collection vehicles can pose a problem not only for the collectors but also for the homeowners. If vehicles are not properly maintained, they may break down, causing delays in collections and leading to overflowing bins. This is why companies have to regularly maintain rubbish collection vehicles to ensure that they are in good working order.

Final Thoughts

The rubbish disposal process is an important part of maintaining clean and hygienic environments. As evident above, so many circumstances can derail the process and leave us with more trash to deal with than necessary. To ensure success in this feat, it’s important to address these issues and take steps to prevent them from happening. If you need further help from a professional rubbish removal company, don’t hesitate to contact us.


What is e-waste?

E-waste is any item with a plug, battery or power cord that’s no longer working or wanted. It covers a whole range of items from phones and refrigerators to fluorescent light tubes.

E-waste can include:

Electrical and electronic tools

  • Batteries
  • Drills
  • Lawn mowers
  • Saws
  • Sewing machines

IT, telecommunications and TV equipment

  • Computers
  • Laptops
  • Mobile phones
  • Printers
  • Remote controls
  • Televisions

Home appliances (large)

  • Air conditioners
  • Cookers
  • Electric fans
  • Microwaves
  • Refrigerators
  • Washing machines

Home appliances (small)

  • Coffee machines
  • Hair dryers
  • Irons
  • Toasters
  • Watches

Lighting equipment

  • Compact fluorescent lamps
  • Discharge lamps
  • Fluorescent lamps
  • High-intensity LEDs

Other items

  • Automatic dispensers
  • Medical devices
  • Printer cartridges
  • Thermostats

Toys, leisure and sports equipment

  • Amplifiers
  • Consoles
  • Hand-held video games
  • Musical instruments
  • Radios
  • Toys like electric trains and racing cars

Minimise your e-waste

In a time where electronic upgrades seem infinite and we’re constantly tempted to buy that new kitchen appliance or tech gadget, it’s important that we act as conscious consumers and consider the environment before purchasing new products.

Here are some tips to help minimise your e-waste.

Consider if you really need a new item

If you purchase a new product you don’t really need, or only require for a one-off job, there’s a good chance it’s going to sit at the back of a drawer or packed away in the shed once you’re finished.

Instead, see if you can borrow or rent one first. For instance, try searching online for ‘tool library near me’ for your next odd job around the house.

Consider buying second-hand

The idea of regularly upgrading devices has become all too common in our society. With new models being released regularly, we can feel compelled to purchase the latest version. But it’s worth checking the second-hand market or purchasing an item that’s pre-loved or refurbished before buying new.

Extend the life of your electronics

Try to get the most of your products by:

  • keeping them clean
  • avoiding overcharging batteries
  • using protective covers on tablets and phones.

Donate or sell working electronics

If your electronics are still in good working condition, consider donating or selling them to others who will find a use for them. This is one of the best ways to stop unwanted electrical items from entering the waste stream.

Many charity and op-shops accept certain electrical goods, but always check with the store first.

Repair it if it’s broken

Not all devices can be repaired, but it’s often cheaper to have a product fixed instead of replacing it with a new one. It’s certainly more sustainable!

Search the web for electrical appliance repairers near you, or try a repair café. Repair cafés are workshops where you’ll find tools and materials to help you repairs things, including electrical products. You’ll find expert volunteers, with repair skills in all kinds of fields.

Be sure to check with the product’s manufacturer before completing any repairs or part replacements, as this may void the warranty.

Recycle e-waste

E-waste (electronic waste) is growing 3 times faster than any other waste stream. E-waste contains potentially hazardous and valuable materials, which don‘t belong in landfill.

To help protect our environment and recover more precious resources, the Victorian Government has banned all e-waste from landfill as of 1 July 2019. That means e-waste can’t go in any household bin.

E-waste drop-off points

E-waste should not be put in your rubbish or recycling bin. Take e-waste to a drop-off point in your state.

When there are no e-waste drop-off points near you

If there are currently no drop-off points near you, or you have a different electronic item to get rid of:

  • check your local council’s website for other disposal options in your area
  • pass it onto your friends, family or sell second hand, if it’s still working
  • have it collected from your home or business by Best Price Rubbish Removal