What Can I Put In My Skip?
• Corrosive liquid
• Biological waste
• Medical waste
• Laboratory waste
• Gas canisters
• Waste oils
• Motor oils
• Vehicle batteries
• Vehicle wheels
• Fire extinguishers
• Florescent tubes and light bulbs
• Televisions and computer monitors
How High Can I Load My Skip Up To?
What Size Skip Do I Need?
Where Can I Put My Skip?
Do I Need A Skip Permit?
On-road skips require a skip permit in advance from the council. A skip permit is written authority from the council that you can put a skip on a public highway. The cost of a skip permit varies by council and also by length of time the skip is left in the road. The skip supplier applies for the permit and that additional cost, together with a small admin fee, is added to your overall hire price.
In addition to a skip permit, if the location is within a controlled parking zone (eg. residents’ permit or pay & display), a CPZ suspension will also be required. CPZ suspension fees also vary by duration and postcode. Like permits, the skip supplier arranges CPZ suspensions and then charges the cost on to you as an extra. If you are unsure whether you need a CPZ suspension, contact your local council or ask our booking team.
How Much Do Skip Permits Cost?
How Long Can I Keep My Skip?
When Will My Skip Be Collected?
Frequently Asked Questions
Waste Management Can Sometimes Be A Daunting Thing…
Not with Enterprise Waste Management! We’re here to make sure your waste management hire is as straight forward and transparant as possible.
There are always a few questions though! We’ve taken our years of waste management experience and put together the most commonly asked questions we get every day.
Can’t find what you were looking for? Our team will happily answer any queries you may have.
Simply call us on 0333 222 9945, or get in touch here.