At Last, The Best Order to Load a Skip Bin Is Here

At Last, The Best Order to Load a Skip Bin Is Here

4 Waste walk-in skip bins are very popular

If you’ve hired a skip bin before, then I bet that you found that it made waste removal very efficient. However, I’m also sure that you’ve wondered what the best way to load a skip bin is.

Loading a skip bin properly means you’ll be able to fit a lot more rubbish in the skip – and when you’re paying by the skips size, this can mean big savings. Moreover, it will also make the loading process more efficient.

Fortunately, you’ve landed on the right page! Today, I’ll explain the best order to load a skip bin to save you money and get the job done faster. You’ll also discover that walk-in skip bins can make the loading process much simpler, so listen up!

Make sure to follow this order when you hire a skip bin the next time.

How to properly load a skip bin?

To load a skip bin properly, you must place items into the bin in a specific order. I recommend that you load the heaviest and largest items at the bottom of the skip first; this lowers the centre of mass of the skip bin and makes it safer to transport.

Next, place lighter and smaller items on top of the heavier items. Try to minimise air pockets’ formation by putting waste into them. This way, you’ll pack in the most waste into the skip bin.

What not to do when loading a skip bin?

When you load a skip bin, you should make sure that all your waste is confined fully within the bin. If your waste exceeds the bin dimensions, the skip company may charge you extra or simply leave excess waste behind. Also, you should load waste evenly into the bin. This makes it easier and safer to transport the bin.

Certain materials are prohibited from being put into skip bins. Some hire services prohibit heavy waste material, such as bricks, tiles, timber, soil, and concrete, so check before hiring.

Walk-in skip bins

Now that you know how to load a skip bin properly and what you can and can’t put in a skip, you can go ahead and load your skip.

But this presents another problem. Loading a regular skip bin can be difficult because of the skips tall walls; you have to lift rubbish above the walls to load it. This can be a problem, especially if you have large items such as furniture or renovation waste.

Thankfully though, with 4 Waste Walk-In Skip Bins, you won’t face this problem. We offer unique walk-in skip bins which feature a hinged door. This hinged door can be swung open, allowing you full access into the skip bin.

With our bins, you can simply walk into the skip carrying your waste or even wheel it in on a trolley or wheelbarrow. Our unique skip bins make loading of waste easier –  there’s no heavy lifting involved or the chance of injuries.


When it comes to loading a skip bin properly, there are certain things you should keep in mind. Make sure to load larger, heavier items at the bottom of the bin and smaller, lighter items on top. Try not to leave air pockets within the skip bin while loading waste. Also, make sure that your waste is confined within the bin and that it is evenly distributed. Do not place prohibited items into the skip bin.

For completely hassle-free waste disposal, consider 4 Waste Walk-In Skip Bins. Our unique skip bins feature a swinging door; you can walk into them with your waste. With walk-in skip bins, you’ll find it much easier to load a skip bin.

To hire walk-in skip bins in Brisbane, call 0413 333 330 or hire online via the following booking form.

*Please Note: Prices mentioned in this article may not be accurite at the time of publishing or viewing and will not be honoured. For current pricing, always refer to the prices quoted when ordering.


Green Waste Rules: No logs, stumps, palm Logs, whole trees, mulched trees, golden cane trunks, soil, or turf. Branches must be under 13cm in diameter. All green waste must stay under the top rail of the Skip Bin, with nothing poking up.

General Waste Rules: No rocks, bricks, tiles, concrete, pavers, hard wood, paint, chemicals, tyres, carpet, soil, dirt, sand or hard fill. All general waste must stay under the top rail of the skip bin, with nothing poking up.