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What Access Do I Need For A Skip

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There are few things to know before hiring a skip. 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. The Different Types Of Skip A variety of different sized skips is available for both domestic and commercial purpose. The 3 main sizes of skips are...

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Skip Lighting Regulations

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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.  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...

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Skip Hire Rules And Regulations

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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. Thos who are planning to hire a skip for domestic work are prohibited from putting the following items into a skip: 1.Asbestos 2.Fridges 3.Oil and other accelerates 4.Tyres 5.Paint 6.Pesticides 7.Medical and...

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Is My Waste Recycled? (90% of waste is recycled)

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Have you ever thought what happens to the waste materials? Is the waste recycled? You have cleaned all the rubbish out of your tins and plastic cartons, bundled all those wine bottles and squeezed up the weekend supplements to create one of the heavy objects in the universe.Based on your location you may have to put them into separate boxes, bins, bags or trays. You can be assured that all the waste is recycled. It is majorly helping to reduce global warming and other factors which affect the environment. The UK produces 290 million tons of waste per year out of which 22.9 million comes from...

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How to renovate your bathroom and kitchen

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Nowadays, many homeowners are looking to improve and renovate what they have rather than moving to a new space. Majorly it is cheaper, minor and easier renovations that are more cost-effective than big, costly projects. A beautiful renovation of bathroom and kitchen can hugely improve its value and can attract potential buyers. Below are few inexpensive ideas you can use in your home kitchen and bathroom so that when the property market picks up, you will be ahead of the game in terms of getting a sale and a good deal.   1.Decoration A new coat of paint is a quick way to get a fresh and neat...

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What we can/cannot put in the skip ?

Posted by on Feb 2, 2017 in BLOG | 0 comments

There are regulations about what domestic and commercial customers can throw into a skip. The company providing the services gives a list of the materials that go into a bin. Hazardous waste should not be placed in a skip, and this includes: • Batteries • Pain • Cans • Liquids • Gas canisters • Chemical waste • Tyres • Asbestos • Medical waste Verify with your skip hire service about what is allowed and what is not because some materials require special processing. What cannot be put in a skip? Many individuals often become confused as to what can and cannot be put into a skip. Below we...

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