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Skip Bin Hire in Liverpool
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.
Arrange your skip bin hire in Liverpool with Jim’s
If you need a skip bin in the Liverpool area of Sydney, the best place to hire your bin is Jim’s Skip Bins. We are part of the famous Jim’s franchise network that has been operating continuously in Australia since the 1980s. In that time we have grown from our original roots as a lawn mowing service to providing all kinds of home maintenance services. Now we have skip bins and you have the opportunity to hire them.
There are many reasons why it’s a good idea to hire from Jim’s. We have great service, genuine value, and the reassurance provided by Jim’s 100% customer satisfaction guarantee.
Our friendly staff are ready to help with any advice or assistance you need, and all you need to do is call us on 131-546 to get started.
Do you need a permit for skip bins in Liverpool?
The good news is that if you can manage to ensure your skip bin is located entirely inside the boundary of your own private property, you will not need a permit in the Liverpool area.
Sometimes, however, it can be quite difficult to make room for a skip bin, especially in high density urban housing areas. If you really must have your bin at the roadside, you’ll need a permit.
Permits are granted subject to an approval process and payment of a non-refundable fee. It’s rare for permits to be refused, except in cases where the public would be clearly endangered. In any case, Jim’s is here to help, and we’ll do everything possible to help you avoid any problems with the permit process.
To skip or not to skip?
There’s a lot to love about skip bins as a simple and convenient way to dispose of unwanted items, but there are certain things that are not meant to be disposed of in a skip bin. Some of them can even get you into some trouble if you dispose of them incorrectly. A partial list of prohibited items includes:
- Asbestos. This is very dangerous stuff and you should avoid even getting near it. If you’re aware of asbestos on your property, you should get it removed by licensed asbestos removers.
- Chemicals. Most chemicals are toxic and can be pollutants, and some are even highly reactive, so it’s not permitted to dispose of them in skip bins or household waste.
- Batteries. You’re not allowed to dispose of any kind of batteries in skip bins or ordinary household waste. They’re supposed to be dropped off at collection points or recycling centres. You can also drop these off at the Rose Street Council Depot on Household Chemical Clean-Out Day.
- Fluorescent tubes. These contain very toxic substances and can’t be disposed of in your normal household waste or in skip bins. You can only take them to a proper collection point or recycling centre.
- Oil, paint, solvent, etc. These are all potential sources of pollution and can harm people, animals, and plants.
- Toxic substances, medicines, and certain types of metals and minerals. Because of their toxic potential or potential reactivity, these items can’t be disposed of in a skip bin.
- Firearms, explosives, and ammunition. These are restricted items that require permits to possess. You obviously can’t simply throw them away. If you have such unwanted items it is best to take them to the police. If the items are unsafe to move or disturb, you should contact the police for assistance.
Fortunately the Liverpool City Council has an annual “Household Chemical Clean-Out” day, where you can get rid of your unwanted chemicals (and many other things on the list) for free at the Rose Street Council Depot.
The full list of items accepted at the Depot on Chemical Clean-Out Day includes paint, paint thinner, varnish, turpentine, pesticides, fungicides, wood preservatives, solvents, household cleaning chemicals, motor oil, fuels, batteries, gas bottles, fire extinguishers, pool chemicals, acids, alkalis, “hobby chemicals” (such as those used in photograph development), and fluorescent tubes.
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