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Economic Skips

  • 2 Mercury Way
  • London, SE14 5RR

Woodside Containers

  • 10-32 Woodside Green
  • London, SE25 5EU

Woodside Mini Skips

  • Rear of
  • 10 Woodside Green
  • London, SE25 5EU

W Peck Haulage Ltd

  • 133 Chase Road
  • London, N14 4JP

D A Ricketts

  • 13 Frinton Road
  • London, N15 6NH

Metro Waste (London) Limited

  • Stewarts Lane Depot
  • Silverthorne Road
  • London, SW8 3HH
Waste Removal

G J R Haulage

  • 39 Milespit Hill
  • London, NW7 2PJ

Powerday plc

  • Crossan House
  • 28-31 Hythe Road
  • London, NW10 6RS

Veolia Enviromental Services plc

  • Endeavor Way
  • Beddington Farm Road
  • Croydon, CR0 4XB

A M Skip Hire

  • 28 Derek Avenue
  • Epsom, KT19 9HR

Chapel Farm Skip Hire

  • Chapel Farm
  • Guildford Road
  • Normandy, Guildford, GU3 2AU
Waste Disposal and Skip Hire

Sittingbourne Miniskips

  • 13 Sydney Avenue
  • Sittingbourne, ME10 1XX

Handy Skip Bags

  • 58 Forest Hill
  • Maidstone, ME15 6TH

Campbell Skip Hire

  • 97 Horsham Lane
  • Upchurch
  • Sittingbourne, ME9 7AP
Fast efficient service. Environment Registered Waste Carrier. Established 1982. Family owned business giving a personal touch. ... ... ...

Anytime Skip Hire

  • 260 Wateringbury Road
  • West Malling, ME19 6JH

Pink Skips

  • Plymouth, PL8 1JA

Supreme Mini Skips

  • High Clere
  • 4 Delaware Road
  • Gunnislake, PL18 9AR

Roche Mini Skips & Crane Hire

  • Burney
  • Carbis
  • St Austell, PL26 8JZ

Brunel Skip Services

  • Roodscroft
  • Hatt
  • Saltash, PL12 6PJ
skip hire servicing Plymouth, the surrounding areas and South East Cornwall. Brunel Skip Services pride themselves on fast, friendly and reliable service. ...

Skip 'N' Tip

  • Unit 1
  • Dewhurst Row
  • Preston, PR5 6BB
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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.