Tiny Tins Waste Management Wins the 2021 Illawarra Business Award in the ‘Outstanding Micro Business Award’ Category

December 23 14:54 2021
Tiny Tins Waste Management hires out skip bins. It’s a locally owned business that has served Illawarra for more than 25 years. The business tries its best to recycle as much rubbish as possible. It delivers skip bins six days a week between Coledale and Gerringong.

According to announcements released by Tiny Tins Waste Management and Karlie Zec, this 25-year old family-owned local business has won the prestigious 2021 Illawarra Business Award in the “Outstanding Micro Business Award.”

The sustainable waste management business engages positively with the community and operates in a customer-friendly manner. It serves customers between Coledale and Gerringong. Its customers include homeowners, plumbers, builders, and other tradespeople. The judges that chose this small business for the award considered its unique story, struggles, and successful growth.

The services provided by Tiny Tins are quick, backed by helpful advice on compliance with council regulations. There are no hidden fees or nasty surprises for the customer. Tiny Tins operates at highly competitive rates. The quick deliveries of the skip bins are backed by fast removals when the customer is done with them.

Customers can choose from bins sized 2m³ to 12m³. The smaller bins are a good choice for dirt, soil, appliances, whitegoods, metals, furniture, garden waste, etc., that come out of homes. Offices and businesses can save time and money and reclaim space by hiring the right-sized bins for removing paper, metal, refurbishments, and other materials from the premises. The larger bins supplied by Tiny Tins Waste Management can easily accommodate and dispose of construction waste, mostly rubble of all kinds.

The business provides bins with wheelbarrow access for more effortless loading.

Tiny Tins Waste Management also supplies skip bags. These are a durable and disposable alternative to skip bins. They are an ideal choice for those who wish to take their time with removing stuff from their premises without having to worry about hire fees. When not in use, skip bags are easy to store.

For more information, go to https://www.tinytinswastemanagement.com.au/

When asked about what advice she would give those hiring a bin for the first time, Karlie Zec of Tiny Tins Waste Management said, “All skip bin companies require a specific amount of overhead clearance. When considering your bin placement, think about the delivery truck, not just the skip bin. The spot you choose should have no tree branches, eaves, or utility lines that could interfere with the truck or the bin. The delivery truck must be able to drive to your chosen location and back out without trouble. Ensure all roads & driveways we need to navigate meet all width and capacity requirements for the truck. These requirements may differ from company to company.

“Additionally, check with us if you need to lift your bin over a fence or place the bin in your backyard. You can avoid the need for a council permit if the bin is placed on your property.

“Once your bin is delivered, it should stay in that location until the following collection. If you have issues with the current spot ask us to move the bin for you. Do not attempt to move the bin yourself. Not only could you cause property damage to your home or vehicle, but you could also physically endanger yourself, other members of your household, or your neighbors.”

About the Company:

Tiny Tins Waste Management is Illawarra’s highest-rated skip bin company. This ethically-run, family-owned business offers skip bins in a range of sizes and also skip bags. The business’s customers include homeowners and businesses that want quick and affordable solutions for their waste disposal needs.

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Company Name: Tiny Tins Waste Management
Contact Person: Karlie Zec
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Phone: (02) 4272 4848
Address:9-11 Sylvester Ave
City: Unanderra
State: NSW 2526
Country: Australia
Website: https://www.tinytinswastemanagement.com.au/

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