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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT SKIP HIRE

Why Are Certain Items Not Allowed In My Skip?

There are a number of items that are prohibited from being disposed of in general waste skips. This can be for a variety of reasons, depending on the type of waste. It may present a possible risk to human health or damage the environment if not disposed of specially.

These items are known as ‘’hazardous waste’

What Types Of Waste Are Considered Hazardous?

Waste is considered hazardous when it poses a possible risk to either the environment or someone’s health.

The following items are considered hazardous:

Do I Need A Permit To Have A Skip?

You will require a permit if the skip is to be placed on a public pathway or road.

You can apply for a permit via your local council. Or, you can contact us. As a part of our skip hire services, we can acquire your permit for you, saving time, hassle, and paperwork.

If you do not wish to get a permit, you have two options. First, you can place the skip on your own property, which does not require a permit at all. Second, if that isn’t viable, then you can take advantage of our fantastic wait and load service. One of our drivers will arrive, collect, and remove your waste all in the span of a single day.

What Happens To My Waste Once It Has Been Collected?

As certified waste license carriers, we ensure that the waste we collect from your skip is disposed of in conjunction with national and local council regulations. We strive to maximise recycling, repurposing as much waste as possible.

How Much Does It Cost To Hire A Skip?

Prices depend on the duration of the skip hire and the size of the skip needed. For more information on prices, contact a member of our team.

What Sizes And Types Of Skips Can I Order From Cardiff & Caerphilly?

We offer a wide range of various-sized skips to meet your exact needs.

Our range includes the following sizes and types:

For more information on our skip sizes and types, contact us for more details.

How Full Can I Load My Skip?

Up to the top line and no further. If you overfilled your skip, then it may be refused on collection. At this point, you will have to remove waste from it until it meets the permitted maximum level.

This is a strict rule because overfilled skips represent a health and safety hazard, especially while the skip is being transported.

How Long Can I Hire A Skip For?

We have a range of lease options on offer that can be tailored to your exact needs. For more information, contact a member of our team who will be happy to help you.

How Do I Arrange For My Skip To Be Emptied?

Once you have finished with your skip and wish for it to be collected, contact us at:

 029 2086 2328 

We will arrange for it to be collected for you.

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Common Items You Cannot Put In A Skip

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