Skip Hire rules and regulations:

Skip hire is a practical and efficient way to dispose of unwanted waste from both households and businesses. Nevertheless, it’s essential to be aware that certain materials and items cannot be placed in a skip due to health and safety regulations. Attempting to load these restricted materials into a skip may result in additional charges.

Common items which cannot be disposed of in a skip include
Hazardous waste
Oils and paints
Chemicals and Solvent
Gas containers
Clinical waste
Waste Electronic & Electrical Equipment (WEEE)
Grade D wood eg.Treated timber railway sleepers or telegraph poles
Food waste
Fridges/ Freezers
**POP waste – In light of recent legislative changes regarding the disposal of upholstered seating, it’s important to note that there may be extra charges when disposing of upholstery items such as sofas, armchairs, beanbags, office chairs, cushions, stools, and mattresses. To ensure a smooth and transparent ordering process, we encourage you to consult with our friendly team and inquire about the potential impact of these changes on your specific situation.