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At B-Neeta Skip Bins Warragul we offer an environmentally friendly approach to removing rubbish. Whether you are engaging our services for a walk in skip bins or a standard skip bins, everything is sorted and recycled to help decrease waste in landfills.

Since our inception over 15 years ago we have developed a strong reputation for punctuality, reliability and competitive pricing. No matter how large of small your requirements are we have a wide range of skip bins ready for hire. We also provide a range of bobcats, excavators and scrap metal bins for hire. If you are unsure what size skip bin you require, we take the time to ascertain the precise size you require to get your job done the first time.

Contact B-Neeta Skip Bins

What We Offer?

  • Skip Bins
  • Walkin Skip Bins
  • Bobcat Hire
  • Excavator Hire
  • Large FREE Scrap Metal Bins
  • Same Day Service
  • 3 Day Bin Hire
  • No Obligation Quotes
  • Hire Periods To Suit All

At B-Neeta Skip Bins Warragul we aim to provide a friendly, worry free and reliable way to remove your waste while working within competitive rates. Due to the disposal costs for B-Neeta Skip Bins mattresses, tyres and gas bottles can be removed at an additional charge. Ask our team about our same day service and no obligation quotes.

Please note that due to E.P.A Regulations selected items are prohibited to accept, Asbestos, Paints, Chemicals and Fuels.

If you are interested in booking a skip bin or discussing the options/sizes we have please don’t hesitate to contact our friendly and professional team from B-Neeta Skip Bins.

Our Service Area

We also service all surrounding areas including, Pakenham, Moe, Baw Baw and Cardinia Shires.

Contact B-Neeta Skip Bins


Phone: 0417 573 822 – Glen

Address: Warragul, 3820 

Email: bneetaskipbins@bigpond.com

Trading Hours: Monday to Saturday, Sunday By Appointment

Payment Options: We endeavor to collect payment on delivery

  • Mobile Eftpos Available
  • Cash

“Reuse – Recycle – Reduce”