Will you recycle my waste?
We proudly recycle 95% of all waste brought into our transfer station. Our main ethos is to reduce and reuse. Please click here to visit our recycling page.
What happens if I over fill my skip?
It is important that the skip is not over loaded, as it may be unsafe for the driver to collect. Unfortunately, unsafe and overfilled skips will not be collected.
How do I pay for the skip?
We can accept payment over the phone using a debit/credit card or a BACS payment. This is great if you are unable to be in at the time of delivery.
Can I put a skip on the road?
We can place a skip on the road however with prior arrangement only. A skip permit must be applied for, which is organised by us. Please call our helpful team for more information or visit our Getting ready for your skip page.
Do I need to be in when my skip is delivered?
As long as we have full access, we do not require you to be present for your skip delivery.
What Skip Size do I need?
The skip size that you require can vary and depends on the size of your project, and size of the items you are disposing of. Read our ‘What Size Skip do I Need?’ blog article to get an idea of what size skip you may require. Alternatively, click here for our skip size calculator.
How long can I keep the skip for?
All of our skips vary with hire terms. 2-4 yard skips range from 7 to 14 days and 6-8 yards range from 14 to 28 days. However, we try to work with our customers as much as possible so please call us with your requirements.
Do you just come and collect the skip?
No, a member of our team will always contact you to ensure you have finished with the skip and discuss a collection date. Once a collection date has been agreed please note it can take up to 5 working days to collect, however we aim to collect it as soon as possible.
What aggregates do you supply?
We supply a wide range of aggregates and soils, please click here to find our more information.
Do you accept fridges and freezers?
Yes, we can dispose of these for you. However there may be a cost, please discuss with a member of our sales team before putting the fridge inside the skip.
Are your skips roll on/roll of or chain lift?
We can supply both! Our smaller sizes (2 yard skips through to 16 yard skips) are chain lifted. Bigger sizes such as 20 yard skips and 40 yard skips are roll on roll off.
What size is a standard builders skip?
Both the 6 Cubic Yard and 8 Cubic Yard are classed as builders skips.
What size skip do I need for a house clearance?
This is dependent on the size and volume of the waste being removed. Our sales team can help you decide which would be suitable for you with further information about your waste.
Can skips be delivered over walls/fences/hedges?
Dependent on the size and the waste inside the container, we may be able to lift over walls, fences and hedges less than 3ft in height.
Can I put old furniture in a skip?
Yes, old furniture can be placed inside the skip. However, we do look out for some regulated household items. Please contact our sales team in the office to find out more. Alternatively, you can find more information in out ‘What you Can and Cannot put in a skip’ blog article.
Can I put carpet in a skip?
We accept up to 50% of the containers volume in carpet. However, if you have more to dispose of than this, we can provide a price for a skip specifically for this waste.
Do skips take cookers and kitchen appliances?
Most kitchen appliances can be disposed of. However, we do have regulations on fridges & freezers. Please contact the office to find out more.
What plastics can I recycle?
There are many different types of plastic – some of which are recyclable, and some are not. Read our ‘What Plastics to Recycle and How’ blog article for more information, or alternatively, just give the office a call if you have any questions.