We try our hardest to process and recycle as much waste as we can, but some items require very specialist services to enable them to be disposed of.
The following guide will help you understand what can and what can’t be disposed of in one of our skips.
Let’s start off with some good news!
This is what you can put in a skip:
General waste – the following waste types can be put in a general waste skip: bricks, tiles, concrete, ceramics, soil, clays, sub-soil, top-soil, hardcore mix (less than 10% tarmac), plastics, rubbish, wood, vegetation and paint tins if washed out.
These are some things we simply can’t process and can’t be put in our skips:
- TV’s or monitors
- Paints Solvents Liquids
- Florescent tubing
- Oil or oil containers
- Due to weight restrictions, heavy waste can not be placed in large quantities in the larger skips (12 yards and over).