If you haven’t yet experienced the advantages offered by green waste skip bins, then let me tell you, you’re missing out. Whether you’re a professional gardener, an experienced green thumb, or just trying to find a better way to manage your garden, a green waste skip bin can be a godsend.
At 4 Waste Walk-In Skip Bins, we’re invested in not only providing a hassle-free removal service for household junk and general waste but for green waste too. As a result of which, we not only offer Junk Skip Bins but Green Waste Skip Bins as well,
As I’ve hinted, green waste skip bins offer many advantages in terms of removing green waste from a property and ensuring that it is managed in an environmentally friendly manner. However, there is a lot more you should know about green waste skip bins, which I cover in today’s article.
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Green waste skip bins come in many sizes
Like standard skip bins, green waste skip bins come in many varieties and sizes. In Brisbane, you will find that this varies from provider to provider.
At 4 Waste Walk-in Skip Bins, we are unique in the sense that we have just one size skip bin, a 6 m3 skip bin, which we deliver for all size hires. How we differ is in our pricing structure. Rather than ordering a 5 m3 skip and have a 5 m3 skip delivered, which is usually how skip hire works; with 4 Waste, you receive our 6 m3 skip bin and fill it with your green waste.
If you find that you only fill it to the 3 m3 mark, then you are only charged for 3 m3 of green waste. If you have more than 6 m3, simply fill the first skip and we will replace it with a second skip.
What you can dispose of in green waste skip bins
There are strict regulations as to what can be placed in a green waste skip bin. This may vary from provider to provider, but generally, it is only 100% green waste.
Green waste is defined as biological waste, this being, any organic waste that can be composted. Examples of green waste include grass clippings, pruned tree foliage, leaves, woodchip, bark, and also kitchen food waste – fruit and vegetables.
What you cannot dispose of in green waste skip bins
Just as important in knowing what can be disposed of in green waste skip bins is what cannot be disposed of. Typically, if it is not mentioned in the list of allowed list, then it falls into the not allowed list, and this is what you will find here at 4 Waste should you choose to hire one of our green skips.
The weight limit of a green waste skip bin
Another important factor to be aware of with green waste skips is that a weight limit also applies. This will depend on the size of the bin, and it will also likely vary from provider to provider.
At 4 Waste, we have a maximum weight allowance for each cubic metre skip. They are as follows:
- 300 km in our 2 m3 skip bin
- 450 km in our 3 m3 skip bin
- 600 km in our 4 m3 skip bin
- 750 km in our 5 m3 skip bin
- 900 km in our 6 m3 skip bin
- 1000 km in our 7 m3 skip bin
- 1050 km in our 8 m3 skip bin
- 1100 km in our 9 m3 skip bin
- 1150 km in our 10 m3 skip bin
- 1200 km in our 11 m3 skip bin
- 1250 km in our 12 m3 skip bin
Green waste skip bins are a godsend for anyone who needs to manage and maintain a garden, and they provide some great advantages. However, before hiring a green waste skip bin, it is important to know what size you require, what can and can’t be placed in them, and what weight limit applies.
Once you know these few things, you’re all set to hire a green waste skip bin, which you can do right here, on our website. Click here to hire a skip bin today.