There is not much that you cannot put in a mixed waste bin. For residential customers, this type of bin is suitable for garden renovations, kitchen or bathroom renovations, or simply a spring clean inside or outside the house.
What To Put in a Mixed Waste Bin
Mixed waste bins are suitable for many types of waste:
- General waste
- Green waste
- Pavers & bricks
- Clean fill
What Not To Put in a Mixed Waste Bin
AOT Skip Bins do ask that you do not include asbestos or paint tins with lids on and paint in them (open empty tins are suitable). AOT will take mattresses, tyres, computer monitors and televisions for a small additional fee. We ask that you place them on top of your skip bin and notify us of the item at the time of the booking.
What Size Bin To Choose
The size of the job you are doing will dictate the bin size you require. Most residential customers find the 4m3 bin is a good size for them, not too long for their driveway, but also big enough to accommodate many waste materials. If you are unsure what size would best suit you and your house, you can look at the diagram below and see the length, width and height of AOT Skip Bins.
Weight restrictions apply to mixed waste bins; see the table on the right-hand side for more information.
Book a Mixed Waste Skip Bin
Enter your postcode here to get an instant quote and make a booking. If you have any questions, our experienced team can help you over the phone by simply calling 1300 30 12 64 and discussing your needs with one of our team members.