How to Save a Buck or Two with Skip Bins

How to Save a Buck or Two with Skip Bins

According to the 2018 National Waste Report, there was an estimated 67 million tonnes of rubbish generated by Australians from 2016 to 2017. That’s about 2.2 tonnes each! In 2050, it is projected that Australia’s population will rise to 40 million people. This means that, together, we could be generating more than 100 million tonnes.

With the increasing amount of rubbish being generated, it’s important that proper waste removal is practiced. Most of the time, when you decide to dispose a large amount of rubbish, the best option is a Newcastle skip bin hire.

5 tips on how to save money with skip bins

Skip bins can make your rubbish removal easy and efficient. When you hire skip bins, there are a few ways which can help you save money.

1. Make sure you have enough rubbish.

Make sure you have enough rubbish

Most Newcastle skip rentals offer 2m3 as their smallest bin for hire. This is a good size if you’re cleaning out your garage, doing some home renovations, or undertaking a landscaping project. If you think that you have less rubbish than 2m3, it might be good to consider a more economical solution.

It’s essential to measure your rubbish accurately before booking a skip bin. This lets you weigh up the cost versus the volume of waste for disposal. To save on space, make sure to eliminate or at least minimise the presence of air pockets. Start with the bulky items and then fill them around with your smaller rubbish. You can also utilise hollow items like empty tubs or plastic buckets to stuff with much smaller items for waste removal.

2. Shop around your area for the most competitive price.

This tip might require a bit of your time but trust us, it’ll be worth it. Don’t just book the first Newcastle skip bin hire that you will see. Make sure to check your area for nearby skip bins for hire and compare prices. Look for skip bin companies that have been around for a long time, provide fast delivery, and have a reliable customer service for when you have any questions.

3. Book early.

Book early

For last minute skip bin rental, companies may charge you an extra amount. If you book your skip bin well in advance, you will avoid this extra charge plus you will be assured that your required skip bin size is available.

4. Check the best size for you.

If you have accurately identified the amount of rubbish for waste removal, the next thing you need to check is the right skip bin size for you. Do you need just the smallest size or do you need a larger skip bin? Look for a company that can provide a wide range of skip bin sizes. Double check the available sizes that they are offering because sometimes the next size up is even cheaper.

5. Keep the skip bin for the shortest amount of time possible.

Keep the skip bin for the shortest amount of time possible.

Most companies will charge you every day that you have their skip bin. Plan your waste removal properly so you know how much time you will only need your skip bin. Don’t take your time to clean up just because your skip bin is conveniently located in your yard. The best way to maximise your time is to schedule a full day to do your clean out. This way, you only need to keep your skip bin hire for one day.

Looking for Newcastle Skip Bins for hire?

Do you have an upcoming clean up or a renovation project? Need a skip bin that’s perfect for your waste removal needs? Consider booking with Skip the Tip. We have been in operation for more than 18 years, and we can assure you of a friendly, efficient, and professional service. Call us at your earliest convenience or fill out our contact page so we can further discuss your skip bin requirement.

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