Perth-based Waste removal company Mini Bins has launched hire services for mini skip bins in the northern suburbs of Perth. The company specializes in offering residential and commercial waste and rubbish removal services.
More information can be found here: http://www.minibinsnorth.com.au
The company provides high quality, professional Waste Removal services for home renovators, builders, small business owners, homeowners, home renters and contractors.
They offer competitive daily or weekly rates with 2 or four meter load capacities available. Commercial Skip Bin Hire can be an invaluable service to help remove commercial waste including general waste, bricks, ceramic tiles, rocks and rubble, soil, asphalt, sand and clay.
Residential waste removal services can come in handy for items including organic green waste like branches and lawn clippings, general household items and unwanted furniture, building rubble like concrete and bricks, timber, steel, cardboard and paper.
Mini Bins is passionate about providing a sustainable and environmentally friendly service. They are proud to say they are able to recycle up to 80% of the material they collect. The bins are okay to be mixed, the company just asks that customers separate different materials within the bin and leave the heavier materials on the bottom.
Bricks, rubble and concrete products are separated and crushed to be reused as road base, green waste is separated and turned into mulch, steel is taken to professional steel recyclers and all cardboard and plastic material are also recycled.
The company serves all suburbs north of the river from the Great Northern Highway to Neeves Road, up to Two Rocks. A full list of serviceable areas can be found on the website.
The company has recently released a new video on YouTube outlining their products and services. Interested parties can watch the video here: https://youtu.be/h5lfzpz6UzAand find more information at the link mentioned above.
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