We live in a great country and helping to keep New Zealand green is something we are very proud to be playing a part in. Using our transport expertise we deliver a range of services that cater for the waste and recycling needs of the communities we operate within. These services range from kerbside collection of household waste to skip bin hire and scrap metal collection, recycling and processing by our scrap metal dealers.
Allied Bins of Christchurch is your local waste and rubbish disposal service. Allied Bins is a subsidiary of Southern Transport and has built a strong reputation within the region for prompt, reliable service. Contact us for your skip bin hire in Christchurch and surrounding areas.
03 345 5259
Bond Contracts Ltd has the kerbside collection contract with Invercargill City Council and wider Southland District. It continues to operate a Contracting Division focusing on the niche underground and water maintenance infrastructure.
03 218 7007
Metalman are scrap metal dealers operating in Whangarei, Auckland (two sites), Hamilton and Christchurch. Effective from 31 August 2015 Metalman became a wholly-owned subsidiary of HWR.
09 274 4567
Southern Transport - Waste
Southern Transport’s waste division provides rubbish and recycling Southland-wide with a variety of bins ranging from wheelie bins to jumbo bins with walk-in access. Complementing these activities is a full wheelie bin recycling and green waste service. Southern Transport work in conjunction with Full Circle and Southland Enterprises to ensure all recyclables are dealt with in an environmentally friendly and professional way. The company’s skip bin trucks are small, light and manoeuvrable avoiding damage to customers’ property and allowing greater bin placement flexibility for skip bins.
03 216 9059
If you’re looking for skip bins for a construction project, talk to HWR companies when you need concrete supplies, piling and drilling, and landscaping supplies. Find out more about HWR’s transport logistics capability across six sectors. Waste not want not? Read about Allied Petroleum’s fuel cards.