Just In: Walk-in Skip Bins Are the New Black!

Just In: Walk-in Skip Bins Are the New Black!

4 Waste walk-in skip bins are very popular

According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, between 2006 and 2007 the average Australian produced 2,100kg of waste each year, up 5.4% from 1996-1997period. With so much waste being produced, it is clear that we need rubbish removal solutions in addition to those offered by the council. Thankfully, 4 Waste brings you walk-in skip bins!

Walk-in skip bins are quickly becoming the most sought-after type of skip bin by our customers and all skip bin users across Australia. As the owner of 4 Waste, this news greatly excites me. Continue reading this article as I lay out the benefits of walk-in skip bins and why they are becoming so popular with users.

4 Waste walk-in skip bins are very popular

Walk-in skip bins offer you many benefits

At 4 Waste, our walk-in skip bins feature a unique hinged rear door that swings open completely. This rear door offers you easy access into the skip. You can simply walk into the skip carrying your waste. If you have heavy items, you can use a wheelbarrow or a trolley to cart your items in with ease. Unlike standard skip bins, with walk-in skip bins, you need not lift your waste over the walls of the skip for loading. Thus you can avoid getting yourself hurt when using our skips. Moreover, because you can walk right into the skip, you can arrange your waste better. By packing in waste more tightly, you can reduce air pockets in the bin. Since you will be charged only for the total amount of waste you fill into the bin and not for the entire bin itself, packing waste compactly into the bin also enables great cost savings.

Click here to read my previous post about how to load a skip like a pro.

Smaller walk-in skip bins allow easy transportation

While the rear door of our skip bins definitely offers you a number of benefits, our skip bins are also smaller in size compared to many of the standard skip bins in the Australian market. Our mini walk-in skip bins can easily be transported from one location to another. They can be delivered closer to your residence, rather than leaving the skip down by the road and furthermore, they can be placed even in tight-fitting locations where standard skips cannot be placed. This means less effort when you load rubbish into the bin. Since we need small-sized trucks for transportation, our walk-in skip bins are less inclined to cause any damage to your residence during drop-offs and pick-ups. Our mini walk-in skip bins definitely score much higher than bulkier-sized standard skip bins.

Conclusion:

Walk-in skip bins are definitely the most popular type of skip bins in the market today. These skip bins feature a rear door that can be opened, and you can walk right into the skip. This offers you many benefits. You can easily carry or cart in your waste into the skip and avoid any lifting of rubbish over the walls of the bin. Because you can walk into the bin, you can pack in waste better and save on costs.
Moreover, walk-in skip bins are much smaller in size than standard skip bins and can easily be transported. Walk-in skip bins can be delivered closer to your residence. Since smaller trucks are required for transporting walk-in skip bins, there is a far smaller chance of any damage being done to your property during drop-offs and pick-ups.

To hire one of our unique walk-in skip bins in Brisbane, contact us on 07 3343 3030. You can also hire a walk-in skip bin online via the following 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.

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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,mattress, soil, dirt, sand or hard fill. All general waste must stay under the top rail of the skip bin, with nothing poking up.