Frequently Asked Questions
Here you can find the most commonly asked questions we receive. If you cannot find an answer to your question, you can contact us here.
21 days is the normal hire period; however, we won’t collect the skip without informing you first.
The morning before the preferred day of delivery is ideal, if you know before this then you can still book with us, the earlier the better.
The list is vast, have a look at our terms and conditions it will tell you what you cannot put in, if you are still unsure call our sales team for advice.
All our skips come back to our Waste Transfer Station for segregation and recycling, feel free to mix the waste.
If the wall is low then normally yes, however beware we are not responsible for any damage caused as we are acting on your instructions. We would suggest you are on site to supervise the manoeuvre.
Almost impossible to answer, if you click on the skip icons, measurements are listed to give you an idea of the sizes. Remember though 6 yard skips are the largest you can use for soil and hardcore.
With the council’s permission, yes you can. We can apply for the permit on your behalf or you can apply yourself, by following the procedure on the road permit section
Have a look at the our vehicles page, it details the width and length of our lorries, if you need further help call our sales team. We have the approximate measurements on there for our various vehicles
No, we call these “greedy boards”, all loads must be level. The company and the drivers can be prosecuted for unsafe loads.
No, definitely not, this is a contravention of the Fire Safety Guidelines and can damage the skip and paintwork. You will be liable for any costs incurred for the replacement or repair of the skip.
We operate our own Waste Transfer Station in Poole, we recycle as many materials as possible, have a look in the recycling section, the materials and the processes involved are listed.