48-50 Rebecca Dr, Ravenhall VIC 3023
We're open Monday – Saturday, 7 a.m. – 4 p.m. EST
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You can fill our online booking form in order to get quote for your desired skip bin.
Payment can made either prior or at the time of delivery. For business we can send invoice as per request. We accept following payment methods:
Cash to the driver on delivery
Credit Card (MasterCard or Visa)
American Express Card
It is recommended that you book at least one day in advance, but we will try our best to accommodate same-day delivery if possible.
You can keep the skip bin for up to 7 days. If you need to retain it for a longer time, then additional charges may apply.
Permit is required if a bin is placed on council property (on the nature strip or on the road). We arrange the permit on your behalf as part of your booking as we are accredited with all of the councils within our service. Permit costs vary depending on the council, placement of the bin and the length of time the permit is required. This cost will reflect on your final invoice. For further information, you can contact our office on 0403 215 624.
For delivery we do provide 2 – 3 hours window rather than specific time due to the traffic conditions or any other unforeseen delays.
For pickup, we do not provide any specific time or window. However, if you have specific requirements then we will try our best to accommodate you as much as possible.
We do not accept asbestos, tree stumps, gas bottles, tins of liquid paints, oils, food scraps or chemical waste in solid, liquid or powder form including garden and household chemicals.
No, you must only fill it to the top. Due to occupational health and safety, waste cannot exceed the height of the bin. If your bin is overloaded, you may be required to offload it before it can be removed from the site. Please note an overloading fee of up to $100 may apply.
Yes, only small branches.
You can put the skip in your driveway or any other private property. However, if you want to put on a nature stripe or on the road then permit is required.
It is first transferred to our transfer station where is it sorted and recycle material is retrieved as much as possible. The remaining materials deemed
non-recyclable will be directed to the landfill.
A cubic metre is measured using the length x width x height formula. For example, a 4m3 = length 4.2m x width 2.4m x height 0.4m. For further information, please contact our office on 0403 215 624
At our transfer station, we try our best to retrieve recyclable materials as much as possible. Currently, we recycle up to 70% of the waste.