Have you heard about Pink Bags? - Pink Bins

As our name suggests, we supply bins. And, you guessed right, they are painted pink. However, do you know that we do waste-disposal bags–aka Pink Bags–too?

What is a Pink Bag?

At 2 m long, 1.5 m wide and 1 m high, plastic Pink Bags are ideal for construction, garden and household waste.

What are the benefits?

You are probably wondering why you might purchase a bag instead of a bin. Well, there are several reasons why a Pink Big might be the best option for you:

Timeframes are flexible

When you purchase a Pink Bag, you own it. So, you can keep it for as long as you want. If your timeframes are uncertain (COVID has made scheduling tradies harder than ever), a bag can be a wise option. And when you have filled it up, call us, and we’ll pick it up within seven days. 

They are cost-effective

It costs less to pick up a bag than a bin. That’s because the costs are considerably lower for us — we can pick up 5 – 10 bags on a route, compared to a single bin. 

They are flexible

Because bags are not constructed of rigid steel, we can place a Pink Bag in spots that can be difficult for a bin. For example, it’s easy to load a bag from behind a high fence into a truck. 


They look better than bins

In cool pink, we reckon our bins are simply stunning. Regardless, some people would regard a large skip bin on a carefully manicured lawn as, well, unsightly. So, if you’d prefer to be ‘under the radar’ when disposing of your waste, get a Pink Bag. 

Buyer Beware

Some companies charge extra for collection, so check the terms and conditions. At Pink Bins, we charge a one-off fee for the bag, collection and disposal. 

What can’t you load into a Pink Bag?

Bags do have their limitations. Here are some materials that you can’t dispose of using a bag:

  • Asbestos
  • Chemicals
  • Paint
  • Tyres
  • Large quantities of clean or hard fill. 

For a more comprehensive list, visit our website

If you think a Pink Bag is a good option, please call us on 0800 746 524, or drop us an email

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