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Sorry, your postcode does not match any areas we currently service. If you believe this is wrong, please call us on the numbers at the top of the page.

What Type Of Waste?

Garden Waste / Soil & Stone: Skips for this waste type must be maximum level loaded and filled with a maximum of 8 tonnes of material. It is important that you don’t put any other waste type into the skip when this waste type is selected.

Clean Brick / Concrete: Skips for this waste type must only be filled with clean hardcore materials such as bricks, concrete, tiles, and ceramics. It is important that you don’t put any other waste type into the skip when this waste type is selected.

Clean Wood / Timber: Skips for this waste type must only be filled with clean wood / timber materials such as fencing, pallets, wooden boards / planks etc. Please note this does not include trees or tree roots. It is important that you don’t put any other waste type into the skip when this waste type is selected.

Do You Need A Permit?

The permit will cost £45.36 inc. VAT and will be valid for 28 days from the original delivery date of the skip. A permit is required to place a skip on a road, path (if suitable and wide enough), verge, or any other public land. If you are unsure if a permit is required then please contact us for further details.

Please note that we cannot always deliver next day if a permit is required. Some councils require more notice than others to acquire a permit as follows;

Northumberland & Sunderland – 5 days notice
South Tyneside – 2 days notice
Durham, Newcastle, Gateshead, North Tyneside – 1 day notice

All other areas we are able to deliver with 24 hours notice.

Is This A New Booking?

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If you are making a new booking then there’s no need to change this field.

If you have a skip already and want a new one to replace it, then you should select exchange.

When Do You Want It?

Please note we are closed on a Saturday & Sunday.

24 hours notice required for your Skip Delivery.

When Can We Collect It?

Please note we are closed on a Saturday & Sunday.

48 hours notice is required for your Skip Delivery.

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Terms - What can I put in my skip or bin?

Ensuring that your waste is disposed of correctly is very important to ensure that we can process your waste in a legal and compliant manner, whilst achieving best possible recycling levels and diversion from landfill. Please use this guide to ensure that only the correct waste types are placed in your skip. The most common categories are as follows:

  • Mixed commercial or household waste can consist of household materials such as wood, metals, plastics, furniture or commercial materials such as shelving, fittings and office furniture.
  • Mixed inert waste can consist of hardcore, concrete, bricks, tiles, ceramics, sand, soil and clay. This waste type is not suitable for wheelie bins.
  • Mixed construction and demolition waste can consist of all non-hazardous waste materials found on a building and demolition sites including wood, rigid plastics, plastic sheeting, hardcore, concrete, bricks, upvc, glass, and scrap metal. This waste type is not suitable for wheelie bins.
  • General (unrecoverable) Waste is general commercial or household waste which does not contain any recyclable or recoverable waste and therefore is only suitable for disposal in landfill or refuse derived fuel. Examples of this type of waste include but are not limited to black bag waste, carpets and underlay, rubber, unrecyclable plastics, polystyrene, and insulation. A small amount of these waste types may be allowable within a mixed commercial or mixed household waste skip depending on the percentage of it versus other recoverable waste – please speak to us and we will advise.
  • Dry Mixed Recycling (DMR) waste can consist of paper (office paper, newspaper, magazines etc), cardboard, plastic (bottles, packaging films, cleaned out drinks bottles,  rinsed out microwave meal trays etc), and cans (cleaned out drinks cans and food
    tins). General waste should not be placed in containers supplied for recyclable waste.

Hazardous or harmful items must not be placed in your skip. These include but are not limited to TVs, computer monitors, asbestos (sheet and fibrous), tyres (plant and car), fluorescent tubes, fridges, paint and paint tins (unless water based paint tins which are empty and completely dry), plasterboard, batteries, clinical waste, gas cylinders, fire extinguishers, liquids, solvents, oil, petrol, diesel, flammable substances and explosives.

  • Paint tins can only be put in your skip if they are completely empty and free from residue. If there is paint inside the tins, please contact your local council for disposal advice at your local Household Waste Recycling Centre.
  • Mattresses must be disposed of separately from other forms of general waste. As a result, there is an additional cost to processing mattresses, which is not included in the standard price of our skips. If you place a mattress in a skip then you will be charged an additional fee to cover the processing so please speak with us in advance and let us know if you have these items to dispose of.
  • Plasterboard or Gypsum based waste must be kept completely separated from all other waste to ensure that it is disposed of legally in line with current legislation. This is not possible if plasterboard is mixed within other waste in any quantity.
  • Tyres (plant and car) must be disposed of differently to general waste. As a result, there is an additional cost to processing tyres, which is not included in the price of your skip. If you place a tyre in your skip then you will be charged extra. Prices vary by postcode, so please contact us in advance if you would like to know the exact supplement that will be charged per tyre.
  • Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) must not be mixed with other waste streams in skips. This includes fluorescent tubes, batteries, fridges, freezers, air conditioning units, flat screen monitors/TVs and CRT monitors/TVs. We do offer a dedicated WEEE skip /collection service for all types of electrical waste. Please contact us if you would like to know the costs of WEEE disposal.
  • Asbestos (sheet and fibrous) must not put in a standard skip under any circumstances. It is a hazardous material and must be handled accordingly. It cannot be reused or recycled and must be sent for specialist disposal at a licensed hazardous landfill site. Please speak to us for more information if you need to dispose of this material.
  • Upholstery such as chairs, sofas, sofa beds, kitchen and dining room chairs, stools, foot stools, futons, bean bags, floor and sofa cushions, must be kept separate from other waste as the contain what are known as Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs). Please let us know if this is a waste type you produce and we can advise on the price and the best method of collection.
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2-Yard Skip
2-Yard Skip

Holds about 25 – 35 black bags


4-Yard Skip
4-Yard Skip

Holds about 35 – 45 black bags


8-Yard Skip
8-Yard Skip

Holds about 45 – 80 black bags


12-Yard Skip
12-Yard Skip

Holds about 80 – 100 black bags


12-Yard Skip
12-Yard Skip

Holds about 100 – 120 black bags



  • Household waste such as unupholstered furniture and old carpets.
  • General rubbish from clearances and including cardboard, paper, plastics and glass
  • Garden and landscaping waste, however, if over if the skip is to be completely or predominantly filled with soils then this would have to be kept separate and ordered as a “soil / soil & stones mixed” skip.
  • Renovation and building waste such as rubble, old tiles, wood, kitchen / bathroom renovation waste etc.


We do not accept some types of waste. Items include:

  • Upholstered furniture
  • Hazardous waste including liquids and toxic materials
  • Flammable waste, liquid or otherwise
  • Any liquid waste (even if non-hazardous)
  • Any powdered waste (even if non-hazardous)
  • Asbestos (Bonded or Fibrous)
  • Oils including petrol and diesel
  • Clinical waste
  • Tyres
  • Gas canisters / other pressurised containers
  • Lighting / fluorescent tubes
  • Hazardous or potentially hazardous waste wood (treated with CCA or Creosote for example).
  • Plasterboard (we do have alternative options for the disposal of plasterboard, please speak to our customer service team on 01670 827 820 for more information).