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For those customers who have hired their bins for a number of days, it is recommended not to leave the loading until the last day. You never know when life, work or the weather can hamper your plans.

Any flat pieces should be placed at the bottom of the bin, provided that they are not resting on the side or end of the bin, because this would leave a cavity under the item.

Larger items like furniture, should be loaded in next. Finally, pack all your smaller items around the larger items. Try to load all items in tightly as the less voids and space you leave the more you will fit in the bin.

If you are loading a fridge or cupboards of some type, then lay them facing up so that you can open the doors and put the smaller items inside.

It is a good idea to break up any items, as the smaller you make them the more you will fit into the bin.

Timber and chipboard furniture can be dropped on their bottom back corner. The diagonal force easily breaks it down into flat pieces.

Mattresses, up to queen size, can be left to last, to lay flat on top of the other rubbish and level with the top of the bin. Queen size mattresses fit snugly into the 4 and 6 cubic metre bins.

Fill only to the top rim of the bin so it can be transported safely by our skip bin drivers.

Check out some of our blog articles that might come in handy while you’re cleaning up.

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For those customers who have hired their bins for a number of days, it is recommended not to leave the loading until the last day. You never know when life, work or the weather can hamper your plans.

The key factor with green waste is the smaller that you cut it down, the more you will fit in the bin.

If you really want to pack the bin to the maximum, you can partially fill the bin, then hop into the bin and jump on the green waste. Repeat this procedure until the bin is full to the rim.

Leave thicker branches to put on top as this will help to hold down the lighter waste beneath them.

Palm fronds should be cut smaller as these will definitely create voids in the bin. Cut them where they branch out to the larger part of the frond. The larger parts can then be placed down at one end of the bin.

Fill only to the top rim of the bin so it can be transported safely by our skip bin drivers

Check out some of our blog articles that might come in handy while you’re cleaning up.

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For those customers who have hired their bins for a number of days, it is recommended not to leave the loading until the last day. You never know when life, work or the weather can hamper your plans.

Any flat pieces should be placed at the bottom of the bin, provided that they are not resting on the side or end of the bin, because this would leave a cavity under the item. These may include, carpet, underlay, broken down chip board cupboards and roof sheeting.

Timber and chipboard furniture / cupboards, can be dropped on their bottom back corner. The diagonal force easily breaks it down into flat items.

Larger items can be loaded in next, then pack all your smaller items around the large items. Try to load objects in tightly as the less voids and space you leave the more you will fit in.

It is a good idea to break up any items, as the smaller you make them the more you will fit into the bin.

Fill only to the top rim of the bin so it can be transported safely by our skip bin drivers.

Check out some of our blog articles that might come in handy while you’re cleaning up.

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For those customers who have hired their bins for a number of days, it is recommended not to leave the loading until the last day. You never know when life, work or the weather can hamper your plans.

Any flat pieces should be placed at the bottom of the bin, provided that they are not resting on the side or end of the bin, because this would leave a cavity under the item.

Use your jigsaw skills to place the pieces as close to each other as posible.

The smaller the pieces, the more that you will fit into the bin. The very small rubble should be used to fill the remaining spaces.

Work your way up in layers trying to avoid leaving any spaces.

Fill only to the top rim of the bin so it can be transported safely by our skip bin drivers

Check out some of our blog articles that might come in handy while you’re cleaning up.

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For those customers who have hired their bins for a number of days, it is recommended not to leave the loading until the last day. You never know when life, work or the weather can hamper your plans.

Any flat pieces should be placed at the bottom of the bin, provided that they are not resting on the side or end of the bin, because this would leave a cavity under the item. These may include, carpet, underlay, broken down chip board cupboards , roofing sheeting and dirt.

Timber and chipboard furniture/cupboards, can be dropped on their bottom back corner. The diagonal force easily breaks it down into flat pieces.

Larger items can be loaded in next, then pack all your smaller items around the large items. Try to load objects in tightly as the less voids and space you leave the more you will fit in.

It is a good idea to break up any items, as the smaller you make them the more you will fit into the bin.

Fill only to the top rim of the bin so it can be transported safely by our skip bin drivers.

Check out some of our blog articles that might come in handy while you’re cleaning up.

Coming Soon