Almost all construction and home waste streams can be thrown away in a skip bin or bag. In fact, the majority of items around your building site or in your house, yard and office can be removed, and at no extra charge. The allowed waste includes mattresses, fridges, trees, plants, dirt, cardboard boxes, polystyrene, timber, and even construction rubbish.
Check out our full list below of all the waste items you can throw away.
WHAT WE WON’T TAKE
A good guideline on what cannot be put in a skip is that if it’s hazardous or harmful, you can’t throw it away. Some items may not be obvious, such as batteries, glass and tyres, that’s why we’ve pulled together a list of items you can’t throw away in a skip bin or bag.
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Food or putrescible items
Any type of food and putrescibles (likely to decay, spoil or putrefy) waste are not allowed.
Glass or mirrors
No drinking glasses, spectacles, mirrors, fluorescent light bulbs or any type of lighting.
BatteriesAny types of batteries and mobile phones including batteries from vehicles.
Items such as paint, oils, solvents, poisons, chemicals and concrete.
This includes asbestos, insulation, empty chemical containers, fibro sheets and tyres.
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