Rubbish Removal Services - Skip Bin FAQ
Rubble Africa: Skip Bins – Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What is a Skip?
A Skip is a large open rubbish container specifically designed for loading waste, rubble and various waste materials usually transported on a trailer or truck. Instead of being emptied into a garbage truck a Skip can be removed or replaced by an empty skip, and then tipped at a garbage dump.
Which Skip sizes do Rubble Africa Supply?
Rubble Africa Supplies 2 cubic meter Skip bins for waste removal.
What type of waste does Rubble Africa's Skip bins support?
Rubble Africa provides bins suitable for general waste, garden waste, office waste, building rubble, dirt and junk. Our bins are perfect for individuals working around at home, building sites or for small businesses looking at getting rid of waste.
What is the maximum level that I may fill my Skip?
The clearly marked lines on the inside of the skip bin indicate the maximum level to which the skip bin may be filled. If the bin is loaded above the line, it exceeds the 2 cubic meter capacity and may result in the refusal of removal of your skip until the excess waste has been removed. Alternatively, another skip may be ordered to accommodate for the excess waste material.
What happens if somebody else fills my Skip bin?
You are fully responsible for your Skip Bin from delivery to. We therefore suggest that your skip bin is placed in a secure area with no access to by the public.
How much notice do I need to give for my Skip to be replaced?
We need at least 24 hours notice in order to replace the Skip Bin.
How Long may I have the Skip Bin For?
Rubble Africa does not place any limitations on the number of days the Skip may be used for. Rubble Africa charges a daily rate should you require to keep the Skip for a certain period. Rubble Africa works on a 24-hour cycle to collect the bin again.