Atlas Mobile bins are great for people who need to get rid of waste in awkward places. For example, under carports, offices or city apartments that have an underground parking area. Normally you will need a permit if you wish to place a skip bin on council land.
This is important in order to ensure that you are acting within the constraints of the law. However, with a mobile bin, you will not need a permit.
This means you save time and effort, as the mobile bin is a trailer that is registered to the road. The only cost you pay is the hire of the bin. You can use the bin to get closer to the source of your rubbish, and each Mobile Bin comes with a lockable lid. However, there are some restrictions as to what you can put into a mobile bin.
Only the following waste types are permitted:
Light green waste
Light building waste
If you need to get rid of waste that falls under other criteria, including soil, bricks, rubble, stones and concrete, then you will need to hire a bin that is specifically for these items. There is a weight limit in place on mobile skip bins in order to ensure all transportation is carried out safely.