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The Benefits of using Skip Hire Services

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The Benefits of using Skip Hire Services

Disposing of waste is integral to any project, be it constructing a new building, renovating an office, shifting a house, and in several other situations. Gathering all the waste, loading it into a private vehicle, and transporting it to the nearest landfill or waste disposal unit is just foolhardy, considering the hassles and risks involved. Hiring a professional skip hire service offers several advantages. All Round Savings The direct benefit of hiring a specialist service is the considerable savings on time and money. A skip hire service takes away all the waste, sparing the cost and time...

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How To Hire a Skip and Use It Safely

Posted by on Feb 8, 2017 in BLOG | 0 comments

When you are planning to hire a skip to remove waste from your house, garage or even garden, you should be aware of the environmental and safety regulations associated with skip hire that may affect you.This article shares some of the issues regarding domestic skip hire and also focuses on the risks you could put yourself and others at if they are not taken care at the right time.   Cost of a Skip Permit A skip license will have a different cost depending on the local council’s policies.It is calculated to be £30 a week on an average. Most skips are calculated and charged per week, for...

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When Do You Need A Permit For A Skip And How Do You Get One

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If you are planning to hire a skip for your home and do not have a driveway or garden area to set it on. You may need to place it on the property which is owned by the council, in that case, you will require a permit for skip from your local authority. A Skip permit can be acquired through local council and skip permit application is to be submitted directly from authorized skip companies.   When Do I Need a Skip Permit? If the skip is being kept on your own personal space like garden area or lane you won’t need a permit. However, if the skip is to be kept in public space you will need...

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What Type Of Waste Can You Put In Skips

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When some rubbish or waste is to be disposed of, it is very significant to understand the what type of material is prohibited in our skip bins. A load containing prohibited waste material is not accepted at local landfills and can cost a major high disposal changes. Classification of Accepted Waste:   1. Regular Household It can contain a large range of household items like domestic appliances, white goods, furniture, toys, cardboard, paper, metal and plastic items. Mattresses can be included but they occupy a lot of space. Decaying waste is not permitted. Decaying waste is nothing but...

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What Are The Main Districts of Bristol

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The beautiful Bristol is made up of a series of districts. Every district has its own unique character and amazing charm. Below list will provide much information about these districts.   1. Arnos Vale & beyond: This district is heading east out of the city on the main A4 road towards Bath. On the way, you will stumble across Arnos Vale and then beyond to the Somerset countryside between Bristol and Bath.   2.City Centre & Old City: It is popular for its shopping areas and largest street art exhibition in the UK. It is a short distance away from the busy central shopping area. You...

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What Are The Different Types Of Skip Available

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A variety of different sized skips is available for both domestic and commercial purpose. The 3 main sizes of skips are available i.e. the 2-Ton mini, 4-Ton midi and the 8-Ton maxi skips. Skips sizes do vary slightly from company to company, but generally, all companies will have fairly standard size skip sizes. One of the most common size skips seen in residential areas in the UK is probably the 8 cubic yard skip. 1.Mini Skip Mini Skip (2 Ton – Mixed Waste): The mini skip will hold almost 2 cubic meters of waste. That means it can take a total weight of 2 tons if the skip was to be...

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