Your Skip & Bin Questions Answered in
At Metro Skip Hire in Melbourne, we offer a vast waste disposal service.
Read our FAQs for any bin hire questions, or contact us if your question has not been answered.
It’s hard to know exactly what size you need. Feel free to call us and our friendly staff will be able to help you with the appropriate bin size.
Mostly 24 hours, but if you call us early, we can usually deliver on the same day.
We deliver bins from Monday to Saturday, we can also deliver on Sunday by appointment.
Cash, Visa, MasterCard, or EFT Transfer.
GST is included for all hired bins.
Extra charges may be required for mattresses, tyres, or if a council permit is required.
We will do our best to meet your specified times, however in busy times you may experience some delays.
The following items must not be placed into the bin:
- Paints Flammable Liquids
- Gas Bottles
- Food Waste
- Contaminated Soil
- Tree Stumps
- Truck Tyres
- Car Tyres
All Bins that are loaded must not be filled above the sides. OH&S and Vic Roads regulations prohibit us from transporting overloaded bins. All bins need to be covered and tied down securely.
We give you up to 5 days hire, although longer terms are available upon request.
We take all loads to Waste Transfer Station for sorting and recycling. Some of the materials that are deemed non-recyclable will ultimately end up as landfill. Metro Skip Hire can also present you with a recycling report if you require one for account customers.
Asbestos is prohibited in our bins. Large penalties and fees will apply to anyone placing asbestos in our bins.
If your bin is on your property, then generally you will not need a permit. However, if your bin is on the nature strip or roadway most councils will require a permit. We can organise a permit on your behalf, just give our friendly staff a call.
Yes, we do offer accounts to customers. Contact our friendly staff for further information.
Once your bin is picked up, it is transported to a transfer station where it gets sorted and recycled.
Yes, 85% of the waste is recycled through a transfer station.