Taking on any project, whether it’s commercial or domestic, can be chaotic and there will no doubt be an abundance of waste materials. From soil and rubble, to plasterboards, fixtures and fittings; it all needs to be transported to a licensed waste site.
For that reason, a skip is the ideal solution to your problems. No matter how much waste you have – or intend to produce – there is a skip for any project.
Small skips – 7-12 yards
Whether you’re planning on doing some landscaping work while the good weather holds, or you want to tear out your old bathroom to remodel it, small skips will save you a lot of back and forth from the local authority site.
Skip hire of 7 to 12 yards in size can take garden waste, mixed waste and rubble from home extensions and other small building projects. These are often small enough to be left on your drive or elsewhere on your property, avoiding the need for a permit, and can be delivered and collected at times to suit your project.
Roro 20 yard
Got a commercial project where you’re producing general mixed waste, bricks and aggregates? Then a 20 yard roro could be the right choice for you. These robust and large skips can handle your waste and allow your to keep your site clean. You don’t need to wait around for waste to be moved out of the way, so you can stick to the timeline scheduled for your project.
Perfect for those smaller commercial projects, but where you have enough waste to dispose of, this 20 yard skip will save you having to order multiple over a long period as it is able to take a lot more waste than a regular skip.
Roro 40 yard
If you are operating on a large scale , a 40 yard RORO will be your best option. This skip container allows you to pile the waste high and is great for construction waste.
You can also throw your light recyclables and bulky waste in a 40 yard roro and probably have room to spare. Your site might otherwise become messy with piles of waste, or could become congested with vehicles if you regularly have to order fresh skips in a smaller size.
As you can see, there are a range of skip sizes which you can take advantage of depending on your project, but if you’re not sure which one will best suit you, or if you want to know what type of waste you can dispose of in a skip, contact the professionals.