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Demolition Waste

We specialise in the efficient and environmentally friendly disposal of waste debris from the destruction of buildings, roads, bridges, or other structures. Our skip bins are designed to handle a wide variety of demolition waste, including concrete, wood products, asphalt shingles, brick and clay tile, steel, and drywall (gyprock).

Choose Tiny Tins for your demolition waste skip bin needs because we are committed to providing efficient, reliable, and environmentally friendly waste management solutions. We prioritise safe and responsible disposal, adhering to appropriate regulations for hazardous materials. Moreover, we champion recycling, turning waste into valuable resources wherever possible.

Demolition Waste

Types of Demolition Waste


Concrete and Bricks

Concrete and bricks waste refers to the leftover materials, including broken concrete, unused bricks, and rubble, from construction, demolition, or renovation projects. These durable and non-biodegradable materials require proper disposal and recycling to prevent environmental harm.



When disposing of demolition waste in a skip bin, steel can be easily separated and collected. It is then sent to recycling facilities where it’s repurposed for new construction projects. This process not only minimises landfill waste but also promotes resource conservation, making the use of skip bins an efficient and environmentally friendly solution for steel disposal.



In a demolition project, various types of wood can be disposed of, each with its unique properties and uses. This includes hardwoods like oak and maple, often used in flooring, doors, and window frames. Softwoods such as pine, spruce, and fir, typically found in framing and structural elements, can also be disposed of. Engineered wood products, including plywood, particleboard, and medium-density fibreboard (MDF), commonly used in furniture and cabinetry, are also part of demolition waste.



Gyprock, also known as drywall or plasterboard, is a common material in construction and, consequently, in demolition waste. Various types of Gyprock can be disposed of during demolition. This includes regular whiteboard, used for most standard applications; fire-resistant or Type X drywall, used in areas requiring fire resistance; moisture-resistant drywall, often used in bathrooms and kitchens; and soundproof drywall, used in areas where noise reduction is needed.

What happens with Demolition Waste?

Concrete and Brick Recycling

We recycle concrete and brick by crushing it into rubble. Once sorted, screened, and contaminants are removed, the reclaimed concrete or brick can be used in concrete aggregate, fill, road base, or riprap.

Wood Recycling

Wood can be reused, repurposed, recycled, or burned as bioenergy. Our services help eliminate the need for full-size new lumber if used for smaller building components. Recycled wood can be used in pathways, coverings, mulches, compost, animal bedding, or particleboard.

Gyprock Recycling

Drywall, made primarily of gypsum, can be de-papered and added in cement production, used as a soil amendment, used in aerated composting, or recycled into new drywall. Our gypsum recycling is particularly beneficial because it prevents the release of hydrogen sulfide, a toxic gas, in landfill conditions.

Asphalt and Metal Recycling

Asphalt, from shingles or asphalt concrete, is typically recycled and used in pavement.

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