What Can You Put in a Premier Bin Rental?

We at Premier Site Services are a firm believer of effective waste management. We take our work extremely seriously, ensuring that not only are your waste disposal needs met quickly and efficiently, but that virtually all of it is recycled as well.


Our collection and disposal method follows a few restrictions and constraints, just like any other firm. This refers to the types of waste that can be disposed of. We, like all businesses in our industry, must follow strict waste management, transportation, and handling regulations.


As a result, we exclusively deal with mixed waste and a variety of household, commercial, and industrial waste. We have a list of waste materials that we cannot accept and that should not be thrown away in our bins, and expect our clients to adhere to this. 


If such goods are found in our bins, we will be notified and will frequently be forced to impose additional processing fees or report the matter to higher authorities.


To ensure that our clients have a comprehensive idea of what they can and cannot dispose of with our bins, here is a complete list of the waste we do and do not accept. 


Waste We Accept

We accept a wide range of non-hazardous industrial, landscaping, and construction debris, as well as a variety of home garbage. The types of waste that are allowed in our bins are split into the following categories:


  • Furniture: Wrecked sofas, damaged chairs and tables, rotted shelves, and any other office or domestic furniture you wish to get rid of.
  • Scrapped Home Appliances: This includes everything from televisions, radios, toasters, broken game consoles, and printers to any other electrical gadget you no longer require.
  • Plastic Garbage: plastic utensils, plates, seats, and tables.
  • Construction Waste Management: This includes paint drums that have been emptied, roofing sheets that haven’t been used, and so on.
  • Renovation Debris: We accept the majority of items found after a building has been demolished, such as timber, demolished walls, and so on.


Waste Acceptable with Conditions

We can accept these waste materials, unlike the entirely rejected refuse list, but you will need to use a separate bin for them, distinct from the waste container you rented in the first place. This is because these types of waste cannot be disposed of with our regular bins due to their weight. 


  • Dirt: We accept sandy soil, loamy soil, clay soil, and so on. We can accept any dirt or building waste you bring from your garden; you’ll just need to rent a separate bin for it.
  • Concrete 
  • Drywall: Any form of drywall building material, whether it’s from your ceiling or your walls.
  • Gyproc: Because this is an environmentally friendly plaster, we can recycle it.


Waste That We Do Not Accept

Even if you put them in a separate bin, there are some materials that we would not take. The reason for this is that some of these materials require special disposal procedures, while others must be disposed of in your compost bins (such as food waste and animal waste), and others are just toxic to human life. They are as follows:


  • Corrosive materials
  • Batteries
  • Paint/solvent
  • Treated lumber
  • Roofing materials
  • Animal products
  • Metal stumps
  • Tree stumps
  • Ballast that contains PCB
  • Food waste
  • Flammable liquids


We urge that you seek out specialists in the correct disposal of such materials.

What to Keep in Mind Before Ordering a Bin 

It’s important that you divide your resources into distinct bins based on their aggregate kind. Otherwise, we’d treat your garbage as mixed waste, which is more expensive to dispose of than general waste.


If you’ve gone through our list and are still unsure whether we can handle your waste, give us a call or drop us an email. We are happy to address any queries you may have about waste disposal.

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