If you have a large amount of waste you need removed, you may want to hire a skip to handle it all. Skip hire operators can take care of any waste quickly and efficiently. Even better, many skip hire services operate their own recycling operations, too, so much of the waste can be recycled. This helps you avoid paying landfill taxes plus it is better for the environment. If you haven’t hired a skip before, here are some things you need to consider before doing so.
What Waste Do You Have?
Some waste cannot be placed in a skip. This includes things such as fluorescent tubes, televisions, medical waste, oils, food waste, paint, and anything that may be toxic, flammable, or hazardous. You may also not place large items in your skip that might cause it to tip over. Skips may not be overfilled or it can be dangerous to drive them.
How Much Waste Do You Have?
Skips are available in a wide variety of sizes. If you have a small amount of rubbish to clear away, you may need a small two-yard skip. On the other hand, if you have a large amount of waste, you might need a twenty-yard skip. Maidstone skip hire and rubbish clearance and collection has many different options so you can select the size that best fits your needs.
How Long Will You Need It?
Many skips can be hired for up to a couple of weeks as long as they are not placed on public property. If you must place the skip on the side of a road, you will need to get a special permit. In that case, the length of time and the amount of advance notice you must give the local authority differs by location. Check with your local council to learn about the rules that govern your area.