Wanneroo Mini Bin Hire Company Perth Northern Suburbs Services Expanded

Perth northern suburbs mini bin hire company MiniBins has expanded its services to the Perth suburb of Wanneroo. The company works with homeowners, building contractors, business owners, and other commercial entities, delivering responsive and competitively priced removal of dry and organic waste material.

Heathridge, Australia - May 30, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Perth northern suburbs mini bin hire company MiniBins announced the expansion of its services to the Wanneroo suburb of the city. The affordable service will also be made available to residential and commercial customers in the surrounding suburbs.

More information about MiniBins is available at http://www.minibinsnorth.com.au

The company can provide 4m load delivery and 2 skip bins for residential cleanups and also commercial site cleans. The firm accepts multiple types of residential waste including organic green waste, timber, steel, furniture, cardboard, and paper. MiniBins ensures the complete segregation of all materials in mixed loads.

The company also hires out mini skip bins for commercial waste removal in Perth, handling building and construction debris, tiles, bricks, rocks, asphalt, sand, and clay. MiniBins works with builders, renovation experts, contractors, and small business owners, offering responsive services with four-day or weekly pricing.

The Heathridge Perth waste disposal company focuses on eco-friendly practices, recycling up to 80 percent of all loads. Following a thorough process of segregation, materials such as quarry rubble, bricks, concrete, stone, and sand are processed to form roadbase material. Steel, cardboard, paper, and plastic are dispatched to recycling facilities. MiniBins also ensures that all garden waste is properly mulched.

According to a spokesperson for the Joondalup Perth mini bin provider, “We are happy to extend our waste removal services to customers in Wanneroo. Our transparent and affordable pricing with no hidden surcharges is matched only by our professionalism, service quality, and commitment to keeping our local communities clean.”

Established in 1984, MiniBins is a family-owned and operated general and special waste disposal service. The company provides affordable mini skip bin hire and other services to more than 165 locations north of the river in Perth. Services south of the river can also be arranged if required. More information is available over the phone at 08-9401-5784 and at the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Blair Bolland
Email: minibinsnorth@outlook.com
Organization: MiniBins
Address: 24 Faversham Way, Heathridge, Western Australia 6027, Australia
Phone: +61-8-9401-5784

For more information, please visit http://www.minibinsnorth.com.au/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 353646

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