We aim to recover up to 100 percent of the waste and, in the process, prevent using landfill.
Do not place any of the following on your jump: fridges or freezers, televisions, fluorescent tubes, light bulbs, tyres, asbestos, clinical/medical waste, fluids such as petroleum, paint and solvents, food waste, gas bottles and some other toxic, flammable or poisonous material.
Do not overfill your jump.
Don’t light fires in the jump.
When the skip is complete, a simple call to the office telling us of selection is all that’s necessary. Removal can take a couple of days. If you need urgent elimination, please notify us we will gladly schedule the collection for an date.
We can take payment over the telephone using a debit or credit card that incurs no additional price. This is perfect if you don’t plan to maintain at the time of delivery. A cash payment could be made to the driver on the day, although because of security reasons, our drivers don’t take a cash float, so the right money is appreciated.
Asbestos (Skips for asbestos waste may be hired individually via the office with site registration and consignment notes arranged)
When a skip is placed on the public street, permission is required from the local jurisdiction. The price, length and requirements are different depending on the jurisdiction. We’re happy to organise the license but keep in mind the following advice:
Bexley Council: two days notice required for program, 14 day duration
Greenwich Council: 3 days notice required for program, 30 day duration
Medway Council: 3-5 days notice required for program, 14 day duration
We’re often asked this question since it’s not easy to visualise the size of a skip with regard to the quantity of waste you have. It’s about the size of an ordinary vehicle.
Whether you’re seeking to move garden waste or want something a bit more heavy duty, you will have the ability to get the right jump for hire with us. And if you are unsure which jump will be best suited to the job, just ask — our specialists are on-hand to supply any advice you will need.
The western world suffers from a tiny waste issue. Our world has put up a fantastic fight, and it has appeared to be very resilient to the strains put upon us, its inhabitants. But now, as we’re becoming increasingly aware, the world we live on is fighting to keep up.
The boom in population and technology during the past 50 years has bludgeoned performance, environmental health and criteria of equality, internationally.