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Waste Types

What waste types you can put into a skip bin

The identification of your waste type is normally fairly straight forward, however here is a simple guide as to what you can and can’t place in a skip.

The waste type affects the price of skip services so it is important to choose the right one for your requirement; if prohibited waste is disposed of in the skip additional disposal charges will apply.

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WASTE TYPE

WHAT YOU CAN PUT IN

WHAT YOU CAN’T PUT IN


Household & Light Construction

(suitable for light domestic and commercial waste, <=180kg/m3)

Light domestic waste
Light construction waste
Office Waste

(NB:Mattresses, tyres may incur extra costs )

No Asbestos or other hazardous waste

No cleanfill/hardfill (Concrete, Bricks, Rock, Ceramic Tiles)

No Sand, Soil, Clay or Dirt

No food products or food waste


Construction – Mixed heavy (No Soil)

(suitable for domestic, commercial, demolition, construction and renovation)

Household waste
Builders waste
Furniture & appliances
Timber
Bricks, tiles, concrete
Green waste
Metal/steel

(NB:Mattresses, tyres may incur extra costs)

No Asbestos or other hazardous waste

No food products or food waste

No Sand, Soil, Clay or Dirt

 


Construction – Mixed heavy

Household waste
Builders waste
Furniture & appliances
Timber
Bricks, tiles, concrete
Green waste
Metal/steel

(NB:Mattresses, tyres may incur extra costs)

No Asbestos or other hazardous waste

No food products or food waste

No Sand, Soil, Clay or Dirt

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