Frequently Asked Questions

Here are the answers to some of the commonly asked questions. If you have any more questions, contact us at

How can I book a bin?

Simply click “ORDER NOW” on our website, or contact Binskiponline via telephone or email.
Alternatively, you can call 1300895246(i supply new number) and we will be able to assist you with a booking. You can send an enquiry via our contact page.

How much notice is required to book a bin?

We recommend that you book at least 48 hours in advance. Depending on how the suppliers are, we should be able to accommodate a same day delivery.

Can I specify a delivery and removal time?

Suppliers endeavor to complete all Deliveries before midday ,considering day by day circumstances some deliveries might be completed after midday.
Pick up can happen any time during the day.

What can’t go in the skip bin?

Hazardous waste can not be placed in the skip bin. This includes TV’s, monitors, fridges, paints, solvents, liquids or any asbestos. To dispose of any of these materials you need to contact your local council. They will be able to provide you with a contact who can dispose of anything hazardous or not accepted in your skip bin (i.e. food waste). 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.

What skip bin type do I need?

See our general “Waste Types” guide on the website, including allowable and prohibited wastes. If you are unsure, always check by contacting the experienced team at BINSKIPONLINE

I don’t know what size skip bin I need?

The website provides a ‘skip size page’ to assist you with your selection. A 9 cubic metre skip bin is the most common size.

How much does it cost to hire a skip bin?

You can order a skip bin for Sunday delivery using , however the choice of suppliers will be limited. If possible request the skip bin to be delivered on the Friday or Saturday prior.

I have items that are not permitted in the skip, how do I get rid of them?

Suppliers are to be contacted directly to discuss this matter.

What is a cubic metre?

A cubic metre is measured using the length x width x height formula. Please refer to the bin sizes page for more information.

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.

For how long can I hire a skip bin?

Customers have the option to keep the bin for as long as requierd

Where will the bin be located?

You can advise BINSKIPONLINE Skips where you would like your bin located, and we will endeavor to meet your request, ensuring it is within the boundary of the property, and dependent on access. The skip bin may be placed in public area however extra cost will apply to obtain permit from local council.

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 metre 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 metre 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 metre of dirt weighs about 1.5 tonnes, exceeding the weight limit of a 9 cubic metre General Waste and Green Waste skip bin.

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