MINI BINS GEE­LONG

Geelong Advertiser - - CLASSIFIEDS -

The big home or in­dus­trial clean-up is very sat­is­fy­ing but can also leave you hav­ing to deal with a whole pile of rub­bish. When it has gone be­yond the boot load but a big skip would be overkill, then a mini bin is the so­lu­tion. Af­ter tak­ing over late last year and now sport­ing up­graded trucks and bins, Mini Bins owner, Chris Steen is keen to solve your rub­bish re­moval problems. “We spe­cialise in tight ac­cess, in build­ing sites and back yards, be­ing a small truck we can get the bin into places most big trucks can’t go. There are a lot of units be­ing built these days and we can put a bin right where they want it with­out be­ing on the kerb or the roads, the coun­cil re­quire per­mits for that and other peo­ple usu­ally fill them up,” said Mr Steen. Great for both do­mes­tic clean ups and on build­ing sites Mini Bins saves you the mess and trou­ble of load­ing, trans­port­ing and dump­ing at the tip. With over 30 builders al­ready us­ing the ser­vice it is a smart move to leave this job to the ex­perts. “We have new trucks and are still build­ing up. We solve peo­ple’s rub­bish problems all over the Bel­lar­ine and as far as Fairhaven, Winchelsea, Ban­nock­burn and Lara,” said Mr Steen. “We op­er­ate ev­ery day but Sun­days, peo­ple dial us when they have a mess they need mov­ing and most times we can de­liver a same day ser­vice.” Mini Bins can work in with a wide range of needs. “We take most things. The builders we ser­vice use the bins for bricks and con­crete. We try to make it easy for peo­ple and re­cy­cle as much as we can with bricks and con­crete and green waste all go­ing to dif­fer­ent places.” Mr Steen said. With 100 bins for hire Mini Bins are al­ways on the move, but the best part of the job for Chris Steen is the per­sonal side, “I en­joy meet­ing peo­ple and talk­ing to them, es­pe­cially the in­ter­est­ing older peo­ple who have 50 years’ worth of stuff in their sheds.” Mini Bins will sort out your rub­bish so you can en­joy the clean-up.

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