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Skip Bin Hire in Boorooma
We have a huge range of waste containers available for short and long term hire.
We offer 2 metre, 3 metre 4 metre, 6 metre, 8 metre rubbish bins and car waste removal in some areas.
For over 17 years Jim’s waste removal franchises have developed a reputation second to none.
Our franchise is governed by the Jim’s Group 100% satisfaction guarantee which ensures that you are fully satisfied with our service.
No matter how big or how small we have bins for hire to suit your needs like the mini bins.
Call us today or “book a bin” today and remove that unwanted rubbish and waste from your home or business.
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Affordable & reliable skip bin hire in Boorooma with Jim’s
Jim’s has been a well-known and trusted name in home maintenance services since the 1980s throughout Australia. We have been continually growing, both in our geographical distribution and in the range of services we offer.
Today we are proud to offer skip bin hire services in Boorooma and surrounding areas. Hiring your skip bin from Jim’s means total assurance of quality, value, and customer service. As you might expect, Jim’s famous 100% satisfaction guarantee covers your hire, so you can hire with confidence when you order a skip bin in Boorooma from Jim’s Skip Bins.
So for all your skip bin hire requirements, or just to get information, call us on 131-546.
Do you need a permit for skip bins in Boorooma?
Boorooma is governed locally by the Wagga Wagga City Council. This council has a strict policy on the placement of skip bins. Essentially, you will need to ensure your skip bin can fit entirely within the boundaries of your own private property. In this way you avoid the need for seeking any kind of council approval for the activity.
In the case that there is no possible way to achieve the recommended placement, it is extremely unlikely you will get permission to place a skip bin on the nature strip. You can try, but don’t get your hopes up. Until the council changes its policy on skip bins (i.e. a member of a councillor’s family or a close friend needs to put a skip bin on their nature strip) there is not much chance of anyone getting approval for it.
Skip bins can not be placed on public roads in Boorooma at all. There are no exceptions provided for in the council’s published policies in 2019, and that means you simply can’t get a permit for that under any circumstances.
Getting ready for skip bin delivery
Because of the strict rules in the Wagga Wagga area, residents of Boorooma wanting to use a skip bin need to be certain that it will fit on their property. This means you should make sure there is plenty of space cleared for the bin to be placed.
Sometimes people make the mistake of piling up all the things they want to throw away, and place these piles of objects in the path of where the bin needs to be installed. That will cause a lot of problems, so avoid making that mistake.
Keep in mind that as far as the council is concerned, the driveway leading to the entrance of your yard does not belong to you. That means the skip bin can’t be placed in any way that it protrudes beyond the fence line.
Not everything belongs in a skip bin
It’s important to be aware of what items aren’t allowed (by law) to be placed in skip bins for disposal. These include:
- Biological and medical waste, which would require special permits issued by state and federal agencies.
- Firearms, ammunition, and explosives, which require police permits to possess, transport, store, or dispose of.
- Batteries of any kind at all. Except maybe one you make from a potato. Maybe.
- Fluorescent tubes. They contain deadly toxins, and must be taken to an authorised collection point.
- This is a big group of items, but it includes any liquid, solid, or gas that has the properties of a solvent, oxidiser, reducer, reagent, etc. It may also include certain types of catalysts, with the exception of inert catalyst substances that are not typically classed as chemicals (sugar, for example).
- Flammable liquids, such as petroleum, turpentine, kerosene, acetone, alcohol, etc.
- Flammable solids, such as fire lighters or thermite.
Please avoid throwing these items out in your skip bin because they can be harmful in many ways. Jim’s can help, either by removing the items separately, or by referring you to relevant services for the disposal or restricted items. Call us on 131-546 for any advice you need.
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