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  1. About Us

  2. Products and Services

  3. Additional Locations

  4. FAQs

About Us

AT A GLANCE
  • Transport asbestos
  • Restricted solid waste
  • Hazardous waste
  • We aim to deliver on time, every time
  • Our staff are friendly and always happy to assist
Workhorse Waste & Recycle is a family owned and operated waste company that has been servicing Sydney since 1994.
We provide reliable, efficient and friendly skip bin service for any requirement including domestic, commercial, industrial and the building industry throughout the Sydney region.

SPECIALITY

Workhorse Waste & Recycle maintains a full fleet of trucks varying in size with the ability to suit most job sites. All trucks are fitted with two-way radios and GPS tracking devices to ensure accurate timeframes are met to full-fill your requirements and satisfaction.

SPECIALITY

Discounts are offered for bins containing 100% recyclable material such as bricks, concrete, steel and timber. We are licenced and insured to transport asbestos, restricted solid waste and hazardous waste.

Payment Methods

American ExpressCashChequesDirect DebitDirect DepositEFTEFTPOSMastercardMoney OrderVisa
ABN
64 117 967 281

Products and Services

Type

Commercial, Domestic, Industrial

Rubbish Item

Asphalt, Bricks, Concrete, Fences, Loose Rubbish, Roof Tiles, Scrap Metal, Soil, Timber, Trees

Service

Bin Hire

Specialty

Asbestos, Builders Waste, Construction Waste, Demolitions, Garden, Green, Hazardous Waste, Renovations, Solid Waste

Bin Type

Skip Bins, Walk-in Bins, Wheelie Bins

Bin Size

0.2 to 15 Cubic Metre

Service Option

24hr Turnaround, After Hours Service, Delivery, Drop Off, Free Quotes, Pick-up, Same Day Service

Assurance

Accredited, Guaranteed, Insured

Ownership

Family Owned

Hours of Operation

Flexible Hours, Open Monday - Friday, Open Saturdays

Additional Locations

Showing 19 locations in 1 states

FAQs

  • Can I fill with bricks, soil and concrete?

    Yes, as long as you have advised this at the time of booking the bin.

  • How can I pay for the bin?

    Payment can be made via direct deposit, with Visa or Mastercard over the phone at the time of booking, or by cash at delivery.

  • How long can I have the bin for?

    Bin hire period is seven (7) days. If you are finished before the period ends simply ring us and book the bin for collection.

  • Do I need to be there when the bin is delivered and picked up?

    No, as long as payment has been organised and you have advised exactly where the bin is to be placed. If you are not on site for delivery it is best to mark the location with a rubbish can or something similar and give specific details at the time of ordering the bin. Be sure to advise of any special considerations such as low power lines, water meters, narrow driveways etc.

  • Can I fill the bin over the rim?

    No, this causes safety issues during transport of the bin and is against RTA regulations.

  • Can the bin be placed anywhere I want?

    No, you will need to consider the trucks are 2.5 meters wide but will fit through most driveways, low power lines or cables and the bins can only be removed from the rear of the truck, not the front or sides. Also will it be placed on your property or councils? Some councils require you to obtain a permit if on their property so check first to avoid a penalty notice.

  • Will the bin have a door for wheelbarrow access?

    Many of our bins do have doors but not all so be sure to advise your requirements at the time of booking.

  • What kind of material can not be placed in the bin?

    Asbestos in any form, food, tyres, car batteries, hazardous or toxic waste.

  • What size bin will I require for my waste?

    Bins are sold by the cubic metre and this is the most important calculation to ensure you are able to remove all waste with minimal effort and cost. The best comparison is to understand a standard box trailer (6' x 4') is approximately one cubic meter when level with the top side. Otherwise just measure the material if in a pile. The formula is: length x width x height (measured in meters) = cubic metres. This is the approximate size bin you will require.

  • Do you service my area?

    We service most suburbs in the Sydney Metropolitan Area.