For those of you who don’t know, the City of Stirling is a local government area located in the northern suburbs of the Western Australian state capital city of Perth. It is located approximately 10 kilometres (6 miles) north of Perth’s central business district (CBD) and covers an area of 105.2 square kilometres (40.6 sq miles). The City of Stirling has a thriving population of over 210,000 residents as at the 2016 Census, which makes it the largest local government area according to population in Western Australia. However, being the largest local government area in Western Australia does have its drawbacks, as the large population naturally produces a large amount of waste. Add to this a thriving community of shops, restaurants, bars and other forms of entertainment and it is easy to see why the City of Stirling, like the rest of Australia and indeed the planet as a whole, needs to work hard to reduce the amount of waste that they are producing each year.
The council of the City of Stirling runs a regular verge side waste collection service so you can dispose of your everyday household and commercial waste easily and efficiently. General garbage is placed inside red wheelie bins are are collected on a weekly basis (the day of collection depends on your post code and can be found here). The yellow bin on the other hand is designed for all of your recycling including glass, paper, cardboard, tin cans and some types of plastic. The yellow wheelie bin is collected every other week. Finally, your green bin, which is also collected every other week, but the opposite week to your yellow bin, is designed for all of your garden organic waste.
The council can also organise a variety of on demand waste collection services to make it easier for you to dispose of your household or commercial waste when suits you best. These may include the collection of bed mattresses, white goods such as fridges, electronic waste (also known as e-waste), or organising a delivery of a City of Stirling skip bin which comes in the size of 3 cubic metres as standard.
However, if you prefer to have more choice and freedom over your Stirling skip bin hire, it may be worth considering hiring a skip through a waste disposal company such as National Skip Bins. We have a range of 6 convenient skip bin sizes, from 2 cubic metres to a whopping 10 cubic metres to suit all of your waste disposal needs. Each and every one of our skip bins, no matter what the size, come equipped with a handy access door for use with wheelbarrows to make your waste disposal that much easier. In addition, we also offer four different types of waste collection, depending on what type of rubbish you want to dispose of. These categories are: general waste, mixed heavy waste, garden waste and rubble & soil. If you have a mixture of different types of waste which you want to dispose of we can help you organise two (or more) different bins, of different sizes if you so wish, to ensure that all of your waste is disposed of correctly and efficiently.