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What Can You Put In Our Bins?

We accept light general waste, green waste and recycling only

Light General Waste

Light general waste incorporates most household waste. This is essentially any waste with the exception of Asbestos concrete, bricks, roof tiles or soil. General waste may contain green waste as long as its not heavy.

Green Waste

Green waste can contain items such as lawn clippings, branches, pruning waste and wood. Green waste is any organic waste that can be composted.

 

Recycling Only

This contains all items that are recyclable like paper, cardboard, magazines, bottles, jars and cans.

Our wheelie bins are designed to accommodate and carry general household waste and not the heavy loads. This means anything can go in provided its not hazardous and unsafe , and provided by law. Flammables  and Asbestos are strictly prohibited.

For more information please contact EPA or your local council.
Dirt, rubble, sand ,rocks and soil are not acceptable waste.

At Adelaide Wheelie Bins, we strive to make waste management as straightforward and hassle-free as possible. To help you understand how to use our bins effectively, we’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions:
 

Q: What types of waste can I dispose of in Adelaide Wheelie Bins?
A: Our bins are versatile and can accommodate a variety of waste types, including general household waste, office waste, and light commercial waste. We encourage you to refer to our detailed guide for a comprehensive list of acceptable items to ensure proper disposal.

 

Q: Are there any items that I cannot put in the bins?
A: For safety and environmental reasons, we do have restrictions on certain items. Hazardous materials, chemicals, and large electronic appliances are not allowed in our bins. Please make sure to check our prohibited items list to stay informed and dispose of waste responsibly.

Q: Can I dispose of garden waste in Adelaide Wheelie Bins?
A: Yes, you can! Our bins are suitable for garden waste such as leaves, grass clippings, and small branches. However, it’s important to ensure that the waste is free from soil and other prohibited items to maintain a safe and eco-friendly disposal process.

 

Feel free to reach out to us if you have any more questions or need further assistance. We're here to help you manage your waste efficiently and responsibly.

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