Check out our list of Frequently Asked Questions regarding skip bin hire, covering everything from the booking process, to cost, extra charges, permits and more.
Can’t see an answer to your question? Contact our friendly team on (03) 9585 4385 and they will be happy to answer any queries you have.
To hire a skip bin from CopperRock, use our online skip bin quote calculator to generate a quote. If you’re happy with the price, submit the request and one of our team members will get in contact to finalise your booking.
We recommend contacting us at least 1-2 days in advance to guarantee your bin is ready when you need it. However, we can usually offer same day delivery if you contact us before 10am.
Our standard hire period is three days. However, if you’re ready for the bin to be picked up before then, that can be arranged. Alternatively, If you need to extend the hire period, a daily fee of $30 incurs.
We accept Visa, MasterCard or cash at the time of booking. However, we only accept cash payments upon delivery.
The following extra charges are applicable:
- A $125 attendance fee occurs if there is no onsite access
- A $25 administration fee occurs if you have paid for the skip but cancel prior to delivery
- Fees vary for overloaded bins. If you bin if overloaded, you will have to pay extra
- Any hire period after our standard 3 days is an additional $30 per day
- Any skip bins holding mattresses and tyres will incur extra fees
- Bayside council skip bin permit fees apply if the bin needs to be placed on the nature strip or road
Our skips range from 2 to 12 cubic metre sizes. Our team has put together a handy guide: Skip Hire: What Size Do I Need? which provides a good guide to select a skip bin size based on your project and the type of waste you’re discarding. If you’re still unsure about what size you need, give our friendly team a call at (03) 9585 4385.
Skip bins are generally placed on your driveway, or wherever a truck can fit to place the skip, ideally on your property. If the skip cannot be placed on your property, we can help you apply for a Bayside council skip bin permit, which comes at an extra cost.
No, you cannot put glass in any of our skip bins.
Houses built before 1985 are quite likely to contain some form of fibro asbestos sheeting. Asbestos can commonly be found in bathrooms, eaves of houses, older concrete driveways, old roof tiles, old Telstra pits, electrical metre boards and corrugated roofing.
In line with Victorian laws, skip bins must not be filled higher than the rim. If your skip is overfilled, we are prohibited from picking it up as our drivers can be prosecuted for overloaded transport.
If your skip bin does not fit within your property, you will need a Bayside council skip bin permit so that it can legally be placed on the nature strip. As permit costs vary from council to council, we recommend using our pricing calculator for accuracy. From here, CopperRock can apply for a permit on your behalf.
Waste & Recycling
Want to get rid of your hard rubbish, green waste and recycling in an ethical way? Our waste & recycling centre is carefully organised and run by our waste removal specialists to ensure your rubbish is discarded properly.
Simply sort your rubbish before arrival and drive around to each different station at our centre. For more information regarding pricing, rules and regulations, visit our waste & recycling page.Learn More
Derived from our clients very own green & timber waste, CopperRock offer a range of high-quality garden supplies to Melbourne residents.
Our garden supplies centre is a hub for everything you need to refresh your garden. We offer everything from mulch, soil and sand through to pebbles and gravel. For more information and pricing, visit our garden supplies page.Learn More