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Frequently Asked Questions
 

What are the different types of skip bins?

General waste:
Our skip in can take almost any thing from around you home from timber off cuts, furniture,
appliances etc that is not hazardous or a liquid
 
Green waste:
Our skip in can take all green waste from your garden, leaves, small branches, grass
clippings and most any organic material (excluding food waste)
 
Hard fill / clean fill:
Our skip in can take soil, dirt, bricks, blocks, ceramic tiles, concrete, sand and asphalt.
 

What cannot go into my skip bin?

We do not accept anything toxic or hazardous, i.e. asbestos, chemicals, paint, oil, car batteries,
gas bottles, tyres, medical sharps, food waste etc. If these items are placed in the Bin, we
will be unable to collect it.
 

Can I fill my skip bin to the top?

All rubbish must be inside the bin with nothing sticking out over the top. This is to ensure the
safe lifting and removal of our bin
 

Do you service my area?

Please enter your address on the home page to confirm your address
 

What are your payment options

We accept Visa or MasterCard, all skip bin or toilet orders are paid for via the website at the time of ordering

This charge will appear on your credit card statement as payment to BUDGET BINS

How long can I have the skip bin?

Please contact your local branch on 08002 44224.
 

What if I am not finished with the skip bin by pick-up day?

Please contact our call centre on 0800 244 224 to arrange an extension

Conditions may apply

What do I do with hazardous chemicals?

You cannot put any hazardous waste into the skip bins. Please contact your local council for a list

of company’s avaliable in your area. Examples of hazardous chemicals include Solvents, Paints, Acids, Laboratory Waste, and Oils

How big are the bins?

Please refer to the bin sizes page for a list of bin dimensions
 

How big is the truck?

Our budget bin trucks require access of 3 metres wide to safely place your skip bin