Waste Management: 7 Facts on E-Waste

    Firstly, what is e-waste, anyway? E-waste is, essentially, all old and unused technology. Think microwaves, mobile phones, and everything in between. Computers are considered to be the most frequently updated electronic device, with half a million being recycled in 2006. This may not seem like too much to dwell on, but tack that […]

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E-waste is very different to regular waste and rubbish and needs to be disposed of properly in order to protect each other and the environment.
July 25, 2014 By -

Bingo Goes Pink to Support the McGrath Foundation

Sydney just got a little bit brighter with the addition of a vivacious pink skip truck being added to the Bingo convoy at the end of June. The cheery pink hue has been painted to show solidarity with the McGrath Foundation, the non-profit organisation that raises money to place McGrath Breast Care Nurses in communities […]

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The McGrath Foundation is one of Australia's leading breast cancer support organisations.
July 17, 2014 By -

Bingo Skip Bin’s Favourite Posts from 2013

Eternal spring cleaners of Sydney will understand that there is so much more to the act of throwing out waste than meets the eye. We at Bingo Bins get it more than anyone else – we can’t get enough of it! Here are some of our favourite posts from 2013 about skips, sustainability and more. Sustainability at […]

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April 8, 2014 By -

The Best Recycling Blogs to Inspire You to DIY

In the mood to decorate? Recycling blogs are here to help you salvage materials you may have otherwise thrown out and upcycle them into something new! Image via The Design Confidential. What it is: The Design Confidential Who will love it: Those who are into minimal, Scandinavian-inspired design and have a bit of experience restoring and building […]

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Sydney Council’s Best Environmental Initiatives

Sydney’s a great city, but even the best cities need to make improvements in order to stay on top of their game. Here are some of our favourite environmental initiatives from Sydney Council. Image via City of Sydney. Footpath Gardening Footpath gardening has become very popular in suburbs such as Chippendale and Redfern, with planers and […]

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Bingo Bins’ 5 Recycling Tips to Change Your Life (And the World)

1. Discover the Possibility Not everyone knows exactly what happens with a product once thrown in the recycling bin. The reality of what your once-used  drink bottle can become may surprise you, but it may also help you realise the potential of good recycling habits. Recycled plastics can be turned into next winters fleeces and recycled […]

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Skip Bins Washed Away!

Though most love Sydney’s wonderfully temperate weather all year-round, there are still times of bad weather, which messes with the normal swing of things by knocking over trees, tearing off roofs and even washing heavy skip bins away. Don’t believe us? Check out what happened with a rogueskip bin on the Gold Coast last summer. Image […]

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Why is a Bingo Bin the best skip for your construction site?

Sydney builders should take advantage of the wide range of products and services available at Bingo Bins for their construction site – here are five good reasons why. We’re dedicated to servicing Sydney well: Our fleet covers the entire Sydney metropolitan area and we also offer a same-day delivery/changeover six days out of seven in the […]

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15 Money-Saving Tips for Your Backyard Renovation

  Get a land plan: Yes, this may cost money if you pay a landscaper for a consultation. However, it’s going to do wonders for your backyard in the long run if you observe the way rainfall and runoff flow through the yard and make notes on how light falls in certain places throughout the day […]

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Construction Site Waste Removal: What are your responsibilities?

Sydney is a city that is constantly developing and growing, with demolitions and constructions happening all of the time. Waste management is an important practice to maintain lawfully at construction and demolition sites in order to ensure that Sydney is kept clean and safe. What’s defined as “waste”? Waste isn’t just rubbish and unwanted site materials. Waste […]

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