Bin hire from a reputable Adelaide service company offers the fastest and most affordable means of disposing large volumes of waste from the home. Skip bin hire in Adelaide is an easy and straightforward process, but for first-time customers, the process of loading rubbish onto skip may seem like a daunting task. To ensure efficient and speedy waste removal, it is recommended to learn the tips and tricks on how to load your skip bin hire.
Here are ways to devise a well-formulated plan when loading rubbish to skip bin hire:
To make the most of your mini skip bin hire experience, you need to formulate a plan on how to load wastes to optimise space and dispose all the rubbish from your rubbish clearing or home renovation project.
Remember that there are certain waste items that cannot be loaded into your skip. These items are prohibited to be loaded to ensure efficient waste disposal and to avoid causing further damage to the environment.
Here is a brief list of waste materials that cannot be thrown in a skip bin:
- Flammable materials
- Poisonous and hazardous chemicals
- Liquid concrete
- Wet paint
- Household refuse such as food wastes, soiled diapers, and sanitary items such as napkins and toilet paper
- Piling all waste items before choosing a skip size will also help you estimate what skip size to hire. It is easier to load the skip if all general waste materials are positioned at one place and nearby the area where you plan on positioning the skip.
- Always load flat and thin items first and then load all bulky and heavy items on top. Pack as tightly as you possibly can to minimise air space which may occupy a lot of space.
- Fragile items can be crushed or flattened out and filled in empty spots, if there are any.
- Do not overload the skip. If you overload the skip beyond the weight limit or restriction, the skip hire company will not be accepted and you will end up unloading and hiring another mini bin.
If you’re planning to hire a mini bin hire in Adelaide in the near future, just give us a call on 0400 354 193 today.