Get to know what can go into your skip


  • Builders wastei.e. dirt, bricks, concrete, wood, glass, plastics, insulation, nails, electrical wiring, shingle, roofing, dredging materials, packaging materials and rubble.
  • Green wastei.e. tree prunings, cuttings, branches, stumps, grass clippings and timber.
  • General household wastei.e. white goods such as fridges, freezers and other electrical items (doors must be removed), steel and scrap metal (including car bodies), paper and cardboard, clean glass bottles and jars, aluminium (including cans), clean plastic, soft drink and milk bottles.

Not Accepted

  • Asbestos*
  • Fibro sheeting*
  • Batteries
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Food waste (unless specially arranged)
  • Fuel, Oil, Poisons and other liquid waste
  • Gas bottles
  • Infectious and medical waste
  • Paint and paint related products
  • Tyres
  • Wet concrete (cement)
  • Ammunition and flares

*Accepted with Asbestos Liner


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Frequently asked questions

What items are suitable for a skip bin?

Most general household waste, building and green waste. View accepted waste types.

What items are not suitable for a skip bin?

Potentially dangerous, toxic or poisonous items, including asbestos and fibro-sheeting. View not accepted waste types).

Can I arrange collection earlier than planned if my skip is full?

Yes, contact us to arrange earlier removal.

What if my skip is full but I still have more waste to be removed?

Contact us us to arrange for your skip to be serviced and returned (additional charges apply) or to hire an additional skip.

Do I need to be there when my skip is delivered?

No, you don’t need to be there, but when you book let us know any special instructions for delivery.

Is it possible to order my skip a few weeks in advance of date of delivery?

Yes, use the online booking calendar to check for future available drop off dates.

Where is the best location to put my skip bin?

The best location is within the property because it limits access to the bin by others.

What size skip bin do I need?

This depends on the type of job, the size of the planned skip location, the truck and your driveway. Learn more about skip sizes.