Skip Hire FAQ's
If you're looking for a reliable skip hire service in your area, we are your number one choice. We make it our priority to make your entire skip hire process as simple as possible, which is why we've put together a list of frequently asked questions about our skip hire service to help keep you in the loop. If you'd prefer to speak with a member of our team directly, get in touch! Call 01202 675564 and one of our skip hire experts will be glad to help.
Yes, all of our recycling facilities are fully licenced with the Environment Agency and relevant local authorities.
We will recycle as much of the contents of your skip as possible.
To find out which recyclable and non-recyclable items you may dispose of in the skip, please read our terms of hire.
To find out which recyclable and non-recyclable items cannot be disposed of in the skip, please read our terms of hire.
In order for our skip hire collection team to safely collect the skip, it must be filled to a level amount to ensure secure transportation.
If you are storing the hired skip in a private area, there is no need for a permit. However, if you plan to keep the skip on a public highway, a skip permit will be required.
To arrange for your skip to be emptied, contact our skip office on 01202 979010.
We offer a number of skip sizes for hire, for the full list and to assess your requirements, view our skip hire price list.
As a team of recycling professionals dealing with commercial, residential and industrial clients from around the country, we pride ourselves on our outstanding customer service. We are 100% committed to helping our customers resolve their waste issues, with tailored recycling services to suit the individual requirements of every client. For more information about the recycling services we offer in your area, contact our team 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.