BRISTOL SKIP HIRE
SKIP HIRE SERVICE IN BRISTOL AND SURROUNDING AREAS |
PAY UPFRONT OR 3 MONTHLY PAYMENTS 0% INTEREST |
COMMERCIAL & DOMESTIC SERVICE |
Which Skip Size Do I Need?
12 Yard Skip
large projects that include bulky items and general construction waste
8 Yard Skip
commonly used for commercial refits or large household clear-outs
6 Yard Skip
commonly known as small builders skips, great for small building projects
4 Yard Skip
perfect for domestic waste removal or small projects
4 Yard Skipapproximate price
- or 3 interest free payments of £67.60
6 Yard Skipapproximate price
- or 3 interest free payments of £85.60
8 Yard Skipapproximate price
- or 3 interest payments of £89.60
12 Yard Skipapproximate price
- or 3 interest payments of £120.60
The skip was dropped off on the date promised in the AM and picked up as promised on the date arranged.
No damage & very stealthy!
Great service all done online!
Your driver got the skip onto a very…
Your driver got the skip onto a very narrow drive with no fuss and also picked up when requested, a very good service.
Best price that I found online.
Easy to use website for selecting skip size, and length of time required.
Skip delivered on time, and taken away on selected date.
Easy, friendly and quick
We have created a fast and easy way for you to hire a skip or van waste collection. This ensures you have a smooth and stress-free process from start to finish.
As an approved waste carrier and a broker we are dedicated to the responsible handling of your waste as we strive to recycle as much as possible. On average, 95% of waste is diverted from landfill nationally. This is something we aim to maintain and improve.
Our sister company is connected with 2000+ suppliers nationwide, so you are always guaranteed to get a skip or waste removal at a great price. With a dedicated on-hand customer service team you will have a smooth sailing time with no hiccups.
Our Bristol Skip Hire service is 1st class.
What you can put in a skip
Our skips are used for non-hazardous waste. Here are a number of common waste streams that are not accepted in your skip. If you do have any of these materials
Due to the small amount of mercury contained within Flo-Tubes (Fluorescent Tubes) it is important to separate these from other general items. Households can often find options at their local household recycling centres, for businesses and other users, there are many companies that provide a drop off facilities for Fluorescent Tubes.
In 2009 a change to regulations dictating how we dispose of plasterboard was implemented, this means the disposal of gypsum which is the main raw material of plasterboard could no longer be mixed with biodegradable waste.
Gas Bottles & Cylinders
Although the components of gas bottles & cylinders are highly recyclable, the hazards associated with them prevent them from being able to be safely disposed of via our suppliers. This waste must be disposed of by a hazardous waste specialist.
Asbestos is classed as hazardous waste falling under The Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012. Due to the risk associated to asbestos, it requires specialist handling and disposal. If you want to dispose of asbestos please seek guidance from a local specialist.
Although not hazardous, mattresses can be both difficult and costly to reprocess. Across the UK, recycling rates for mattresses are still very low, please consider your local household facility should you be a member of the public, or seek advise from a local supplier to ensure they can process mattresses should you be a business or other user.
Clinical waste is always deemed hazardous due to the nature of what it contains. Clinical waste includes any waste associated with human/animal health or waste from laboratories.
Other Hazardous Waste (Paint Tins, Oils, Petrol, Diesel, Aerosols & Mastic Tubes)
Waste that is considered hazardous under environmental legislation containing substances potentially harmful to health are also prohibited from your skip. There is a variety of options available locally depending on the type of wastes you wish to dispose of.
Fridges, Freezers & Other Electrical Waste (Microwaves & TVs)
The WEEE Directive (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) was set up to better manage electrical waste within the waste industry. Should your waste item/s have a crossed out wheelie bin symbol, or in simple terms requires electricity to operate, please take to your household recycling centre and if you’re a business or other user (such as a school or hospital), please contact a specialist disposal company in the area.
BSH is a trading entity of Go Green Ltd,
Head Office: River Torne House, Bawtry Road, Doncaster DN4 7PB
Company Number 04073354 registered in England & Wales.
VAT Number GB 763 6540 16