Heavy Material – What are they?
Heavy Material – are products that are or made from or that incorporate these types of products or materials?
- Soil, Dirt, Clay & Shale
- Gravel, Stones
- Asphalt Rocks
- Roof tiles
- Ceramic tiles
How much weight can I put in the bin with mixed loads?
As a general guide the maximum load for bins is ‘1 tonne per cubic metre’. Bins larger than 6m3 also have additional limits applied to them. For bins from 7m3 up to 15m3 this translates to about half the bin capacity of heavy material. The 20m3, 25m3, 30m3 bins are not suitable for heavy material. Even with additional lighter items they easily exceed what can be lifted or carried legally or safely.
- Some larger items of machinery or equipment may also exceed the weight limits.
- Due to the limited disposal options and higher disposal fees available for these types of loads an additional charge may apply from some locations.
- Important Guideline – Please note that the guidelines are calculated to account for air space within the bin along with the waste. These limits do not allow for hand loading and stacking of bricks, pavers concrete etc. as this would increase the weight in the bin.
In addition to this please note!
NO filling above the rim of the bin or the ‘solid fill line’ (7m3 – 9m3 bins). For Big Bins (12m3 to 30m3) specific loading instructions will be given by our office or the driver. If these guidelines are exceeded we reserve the right to leave the bin behind and charge an additional fee for lost time, time onsite, a return trip or the time it takes to unload and make a bin safe for transport.
If you are unsure please phone us on (07) 3821 3200 and we would be happy to discuss & offer advice on the best solution for your situation. Alternatively you can send us a ‘General Enquiry‘ online.