Latest information for Skip Hire in Bristol.

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Cambridge Skip Hire

  • Green Tree Farm
  • Lyde Green
  • Bristol, BS16 7NT

Popes Skip Hire

  • 189 North Road
  • Bristol, BS37 7LG

Ace & Worle Miniskips

  • Waverley
  • Bristol, BS40 7AG

R E Hill

  • Bridgwater Road
  • Bristol, BS41 8JP

Avon Waste Disposal

  • 17 St Andrews Road
  • Bristol, BS48 3NR

A1 Swift Skips

  • 71 Pen Park Road
  • Bristol, BS10 5SY

M J Church Plant Ltd

  • Crown Road
  • Warmley
  • Bristol, BS30 8JJ
Skip & Container Hire

Avonmouth Recycling

  • Unit 309, Severnside Trading E
  • Dean Road
  • Bristol, BS11 8AT

Kwik Kourier

  • 6 Knightswood
  • Moor End Spout
  • Bristol, BS48 2DA

Batemans Skip Hire Ltd

  • Broadmead Lane
  • Bristol, BS31 1ST

Just Skips

  • 14 Clifton Down Road
  • Bristol, BS8 4BF
Just Skips offers national skip hire throughout the UK for your waste disposal needs! We provide next day delivery, competitive rates, hazardous waste disposal and online ordering.

A & B Abbot Skips

  • 4 Worcester Road
  • Bristol, BS15 1RN

Viridor Waste Management

  • Northway
  • Gloucester Road North
  • Bristol, BS34 7QG

Reece Waste Disposal

  • 45 Stanley Road
  • Bristol, BS15 4NX

Breed Bins

  • Belmont House
  • Gloucester Road
  • Bristol, BS34 5BQ

Bristol & Avon Transport & Skip Hire Ltd

  • Holesmouth
  • Bristol, BS11 9BP

Kingswood Skips

  • 121 High Street
  • Bristol, BS15 3QG

Breed Bins

  • 89 Lavender Close
  • Bristol, BS35 1UL

Site Clearance Services

  • 844 Filton Avenue
  • Bristol, BS34 7AS

M & M Waste Management

  • Albert Road Albert Quay
  • Bristol, BS2 0XS
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What is a Skip? Best approach to hire a skip?

Skips are large open-topped containers for loading onto a special type of lorry. Sometimes, one end of the skip is having a large door which is used for manual loading and unloading. These are generally durable and tough, which are made to resist aggressive use by builders and other tradesmen. Size-wise, such container can vary from 4.5 cubic meters to 18 cubic meters, and can withstand up to 10 tones’ worth of waste.

Skips are commonly used to take away construction or demolition waste at the construction sites, at factories producing scrap metal in large amount but also at domestic locations, for instance, during major refurbishments or DIY work. The waste is then taken to a landfill, recycled/recovered in one or the other way.