Latest information for Skip Hire in Derby.

Derby Mini Skips

  • 9 Downing Road
  • Derby, DE21 6HA

Magfern Waste Ltd

  • 9 Downing Road
  • Derby, DE21 6HA


  • 72 Chestnut Avenue
  • Chellaston
  • Derby, DE73 6RW
Potters mini skips suply skips from 2yrd to 6yrd to the public and trade. We also supply sand gravel hardcore type 1 stone and top soil. We now supply wood chippings ideal for borders in your gardens. We offer a fast efficient service at a fair price. T:01332 701667 LYNN M:07850380425 ANDY

U Pay I Take Away

  • Rosehill Business Centre
  • Normanton Road
  • Derby, DE23 6RH

Just Junk

  • 201-203 Normanton Road
  • Derby, DE23 6US
Just Junk is a hands on removal service providing a cost effective alternative to skip bin hire. Our junk removal service covers the clearance, loading and disposal of all types of junk from anywhere on the premise. Our rates are up front and include all labour and disposal fees, there are no hidden costs or surcharges. Tired of looking at that pile of junk stored in the garage? Need to clean out your home or office? Renovations coming to an end? Our team of professional, uniformed drivers will remove your junk from wherever it is located. Old furniture and appliances - not a worry! Section waste or renovation debris - you bet! PLUS we do all the loading and even tidy up afterwards.

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.