8 Yard Skip Hire
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An 8 yard skip is a container that is commonly used for commercial and industrial waste disposal. The 8 Yard unit is larger than a standard household skip and is typically used for large construction projects, demolitions, and other types of large-scale waste disposal.
The 8 yard skip has a capacity of about 6 cubic meters, meaning it can hold a large amount of debris, including wood, concrete, brick, and other heavy materials, amounting to around 60-80 standard bin bags.
Our 8 Yard skips are also commonly used for the collection of bulky waste such as furniture, household goods, and other non-hazardous materials.
8 Yard Skip Product Details
The 8 yard skip is commonly associated with builders and other “workies”, being the size regularly used for such jobs. This is the most frequently hired skip from Skip Hire London, and is usually used for construction work, larger domestic projects, and also office clear-outs.
Commonly used for larger domestic work, construction, and most similar sized projects
- Construction and demolition projects, including new builds and major renovations
- Industrial waste disposal, such as factory and warehouse clearouts
- Bulky waste disposal, such as old furniture and household goods
- Commercial and industrial projects, such as office building construction and roofing projects
- Remodeling projects (kitchen and bathroom renovations, etc)
- Landscaping and garden clearances
- Roofing projects, (Removal of old tiles and shingles)
- The collection of waste from commercial and industrial sites (factories, warehouses, and retail locations)
366cm (L) x 170cm (W) x 122cm (H).
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Why Choose A 8 Yard Skip From Skip Hire London
There are several reasons why you might choose to use an 8 yard skip from Skip Hire London for your waste disposal needs:
Large capacity: With a capacity of 6 cubic meters, an 8 yard skip can hold a large amount of waste, making it ideal for large construction projects, demolitions, and other types of large-scale waste disposal.
Versatility: 8 yard skips can be used for a wide range of waste streams, including construction and demolition debris, industrial waste, and bulky household items.
Convenience: 8 yard skips can be delivered to your site and picked up when full, making it a convenient option for managing waste on large projects.
Cost-effective: An 8 yard skip can be a cost-effective option for disposing of large quantities of waste, as it can hold a large amount of waste in one container.
Professionalism: An 8 yard skip can be seen as professional and efficient way of collecting and disposing waste, that can be appropriate for large commercial and industrial projects.
Other Skip Hire Options From
Skip Hire London
6 Yard Skip
260cm (L) x 170cm (W) x 107cm (H)
- Office Clearouts
- Smaller construction projects
- Large Domestic Refurbishments
8 Yard Skip
366cm (L) x 170cm (W) x 122cm (H)
- Construction Works
- Large Office Clearouts
- Full Size Domestic Projects
Terms of Hire: 8 Yard Skip
Skips from Skip Hire London can be hired for as long as required by customer, though contact is made monthly, at a time of convenience, through one of the support team.
All skips are required to be placed on private land, however, if private land is not available to yourself, and your skip must be placed on the public highway, a skip hire permit will be required. Additional charges enforced by any relevant local authority will be applied in such a case, in addition to the cost of the skip hire. Charges for skip hire permits, and their enforcement vary regionally.
All permits are chargeable to the customer, and in the event the permit is declined by the local authority, the charge is non-refundable.
Please let us know if you need a skip hire permit in advance.
PROHIBITED MATERIALS, NOT TO BE PLACED IN THE SKIP
Items which can’t be thrown into a skip, also known as hazardous materials, are those which may potentially cause harm to the environment or damage the health of individuals involved in its sorting. These regulation updates came into effect in March 2011 and have become legal waste regulations.
Example materials are but not limited to:
- Electronic equipment
- Fridges / freezers
- Animal Waste
- Gas cylinders
- Paint tins & glue
DELIVERY AND COLLECTION
You are not required to be present for the delivery of your skip (unless you specifically want to ensure its placement), which will occur between the hours of 7.30am and 5.30pm.
Please ensure the location of is accessible for a skip lorry, and clear from obstruction for delivery and eventual collection.
Once the skip has been delivered, it is in the position of the hirer and should not be moved from the location. The skip will remain the responsibility of the hirer until it is collected.
Please ensure the drop off and collection location is clear on the day.
Ensure you do not overfill the skip, level filling is recommended.