Whether you're working on a residential project and need a skip for household waste or are simply having a clear-out, our range of skips offer a size and shape to suit you and make your project easier. Our online skip hire service is designed to make your life as hassle free as possible. Simply choose your skip, pick a delivery date and await its arrival!
We offer skip hire services to all BH, DT1, SO41, SO42 and SO43 postcodes.
As a team of waste disposal specialists, we have the knowledge and skills to dispose of a wide selection of materials, safely and securely, all with the intention of keeping landfill waste to an absolute minimum. To help us in this process, we ask that no asbestos goes in any waste stream/skip. View our full list of skip hire regulations.
Available in a range of sizes, our skips are designed to suit a varied range of requirements. See below for measurements:
Can’t find the right size skip? Find out more about our skip sizes and what type of project they’re best suited to.
Our online skip hire is extremely versatile, allowing us to provide a service that is flexible to the needs of your residential project. With a next day skip delivery and collection service, our team will help you dispose of your unwanted waste in next to no time. Simply choose your delivery date, select a time and where you would like your online skip hire delivered, and we will do the rest for you!
We are an experienced team of recycling specialists based in Dorset and Oxfordshire, with expertise in all areas of recycling and waste disposal ranging from cardboard recycling and End of Life Vehicle Collection, to trade waste disposal and metal recycling. For more information about our online skip hire and recycling services, or for further advice on how you can make a difference at home, contact our team on 01202 675564 today.
Locate your nearest household waste centre and scrap yard using the list below. Unsure of where your waste needs to go? Contact our team and we'll be more than happy to help. For your local council charges visit the Oxford Council and Dorset For You websites.