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Derwent Waste

Derwent Waste is one of the fastest growing privately owned waste management companies in the Midlands. Along with our sister company Belper Skip Hire Ltd. We operate a modern fleet of vehicles which are all fitted with the latest state of the art G.P.S, tracking systems to ensure prompt response times, high quality service and customer care.

Call: 01773 830050

Web: Derwentwaste.co.uk


 


Burton Skip Hire Ltd

Burton Skip Hire Limited are a skip hire services company specialising in all types of skip hire from mini skips, midi skips to large builders skips. We also provide a range of waste collection and management services including:

▪ Skip Hire ▪ House Clearances
▪ Waste Transfer Facility
▪ Confidential Waste Disposal
▪ Site Waste Management Services
▪ Top Soil & Crushed Hard Core Available

▪ Mini/Midi/Builders Skips
▪ Easy Discharge Skips
▪ Large Skips with 1 Door
▪ Lidded Skips
▪ Wait & Fill Service Available

Call: 01283 561 191

Web: Burtonskiphire.co.uk 


D.b Skip Hire
43, Kilburn Lane
DE56 0SF Belper

Call: 01773 820700


Belper Skip Hire
Unit 11, Pye Bridge Industrial Estate, Pye Bridge, Somercotes, Derbyshire, DE55 4NX

Call: 07973 363348


 

Colson Transport Ltd Skip-hire


Call: 01773 765 720

Web:  Colsontransport.co.uk

 


 


WARD RECYCLING Domestic Skips

Call: 0845 337 0000


Web: Wardrecycling.com 


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 What is a skip?  

A skip (UK English) or dumpster[1][2] (US and Canadian English)[3] is a large open-topped waste container designed for loading onto a special type of lorry. Instead of being emptied into a garbage truck on site, as a wheelie bin is, a skip is removed, or replaced by an empty skip, and then tipped at a landfill site or transfer station.

Typically skip bins have a distinctive shape: the longitudinal cross-section of the skip bin is either a trapezoid or two stacked trapezoids. The lower trapezoid has the smaller edge at the bottom of the skip bin, and a longer edge at the top.[dubious discuss] Where there is an upper trapezoid, it has the smaller edge at the top. At either end of the skip bin there is a sloping floor or wall. There are usually two lugs at the ends of the bin onto which chains can be attached, permitting the heavy skip bin to be lifted onto and off a lorry.[4] A special skip-carrying lorry or crane is used.

One end of the skip sometimes has a large door that hinges down to allow manual loading and unloading. Skips are usually durable and tough, made to withstand rough use by tradesmen and labourers. The size of a skip bin can vary from 2 cubic metres (71 cu ft)[5] to 32 cubic metres (1,100 cu ft). Even though these large bins can store many tonnes of waste, most lorries are limited to carrying around 8 tonnes (8,000 kg) of material in the container.

A typical small skip, when empty, weighs about 250 kilograms (550 lb).
Uses

Skips are commonly used to hold open-topped loads of construction and demolition waste or other waste and litter types. The construction debris may originate from a building, renovation, or demolition site; building supplies can be delivered to a site in a skip that is later used to remove waste. Skips are also used for various cleaning-out jobs that need much material to be taken away, and at factories producing large quantities of scrap metal. The material in the skip may be taken to a landfill, recycled or recovered/disposed of in some other way.

read at wikipedia.org/wiki/Skip