Contents of a Skip

We are very flexible as to what you can and can not put into a skip. If you have a waste issue call one of our team to discuss.

Do not put these items in a skip

Contact our team for options. Or download the PDF Guide (262kb)

Avoid Additional Charges

Failure to accurately report the contents of a skip, will result in additional charges which is what we want to avoid. It is better to be upfront so we can ensure your skip / waste service goes according to plan.

Types of Skip

Choose from two types of skip across the size range. General Waste or Inert Waste Skip.

Inert Waste is normally bulk heavy material waste as a result of landscaping, site construction or other groundwork’s. Such as brick, concrete, tiles, ceramics, soil, clay, subsoil, topsoil and hardcore – less than 10% tarmac).

Due to load lifting restrictions inert waste skips are only available in 4 yard and 6 yard sizes. This does not include Roll on Roll off containers which have no limitation.

What you can not put in a skip

The following items are not permitted to be put into skips and separate arrangements need to be made for disposal of: Asbestos, Batteries, Biological Waste, Computer Monitors, Corrosive Liquid, Diesel, Electrical Equipment (WEEE), Explosives, Fire Extinguishers, Fluorescent Tubes, Fridge , Freezers, Gas Cylinders/ Aerosols, Hazardous or Harmful Materials, Laboratory Waste, Food Waste, Lightbulbs, Liquids, Mattresses, Medical Waste, Oils, Paint and Paint Tins, Pesticides, Petrol, Plasterboard, Solvents, Televisions or Monitors, Tyres and Toxic Materials.