Dropped at your doorstep and picked up again when ready, it's a much more efficient way of getting rid of waste than trip after trip to the dump with a trailer.

Waste Types

General rubbish

General rubbish refers to waste with a non-hazardous classification, and can be defined as rubbish that has no immediate threat to the environment. It encompasses a broad range or rubbish and can include household and domestic waste, garden waste and commercial waste.

Green waste

Green waste is biodegradable waste, which can include such things as grass or flower cuttings, tree or hedge trimmings and natural food waste.

Household rubbish

Household rubbish, more commonly known as rubbish, trash or garbage, is waste comprised of everyday items which is used and thrown out regularly. It generally includes things such as product packaging, food waste, newspapers, homewares, clothing and furniture.

Electrical appliances

Discarded electrical appliances, also known as electronic waste, can be defined as old white goods, electronic devices, computers, office equipment, entertainment devices and phones.

Building Waste

Building waste can include demolition debris, concrete, dirt, insulation, bricks and plasterboard. Excess weight charges may apply.

Please note, no asbestos is allowed in skips. A complete ban on asbestos material in Australia was introduced in 1991. Should you have asbestos needing removal, please contact qualified trained personnel.

Rubbish not allowed in skips

  • Tyres
  • Paint
  • Gas bottles
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Oil
  • Asbestos