"Please do not overload and help us by filling the bin with the heaviest materials at the bottom"
How long can I keep the bin for?
Typically, bin hire lasts for 2 - 3 days. Should you require a longer hire period this can be arranged when you place your booking.
Who is responsible for the bin's contents?
The only one responsible for the contents of the bin is YOU. You need to ensure that the waste going into the bin is suitable for general disposal (see side) and that the bin is not overloaded. If you are sharing a bin with a neighbour, you will also need to ensure that their waste is suitable.
What happens if I put unsuitable waste into the bin?
An extra disposal fee may be charged if unsuitable waste is found in a bin, unless you have notified us prior to ordering. Waste not suitable for general disposal includes: -
Additional fees will apply for tyres and mattresses, please mention while placing a booking
What happens if I overload the bin?
Due to Health and Safety regulations we are legally not allowed to remove an overloaded bin. As a result items may be removed. The bin's content must be a level load, so that waste can't fall out of the bin during transit.
Suitable for light domestic and commercial waste.
Heavy Waste (Clean Fill / Hardfill)
Waste from household clean-ups including bricks, concrete, dirt and general builders waste.
Organic waste such as grass clippings, branches, woodchips and bark