If your skip is on private property, a permit won’t be necessary. However, if you require a large skip that rests on the road or public property, you will need a permit from your local council. We are able to arrange this for you.
As a rule of thumb, anything you can put into a skip, you can also put into a skip bag. This includes recyclables, construction waste and wood. However, be wary not to put hazardous waste into your skip bag. This will need to be disposed of separately. Contact us to find out more about our hazardous waste disposal services.
We offer mini, midi, easy fill, enclosed, builders and maxi skips. Each are useful for containing various quantities of waste and debris.
Graddfa Industrial Estate