Skip Hire in Dorchester

22nd January 2018

Skip Hire in Dorchester

If you live in Dorchester, you might soon see one of our eco-friendly Waste Group flyers drop through your door. The flyer includes a handy guide to skip sizes, a discount code for skip hire to DT1 and DT2 post codes and details on how to get in touch, including getting a skip hire quote and ordering online.

Keep it, share it or recycle it if not needed!

Business

To get to know Dorchester better, we are also now members of the Dorchester Chamber for Business, supporting the great work that they do. We look forward to meeting local business people at the upcoming Dorchester Chamber networking meetings. Look out for our skip lorries around town, as well as other staff coming out to meet local customers. With 7 skip lorries on the road we can offer skip hire with next day delivery and collection to Dorchester and surrounding areas.

Beer

We are also supporting the upcoming Dorchester Beerex Beer Festival, Friday 2nd and Saturday 3rd February 2018 at the Corn Exchange, Dorchester. This is the 30th birthday of the Dorchester Beerex and The Waste Group are sponsoring one of the 80+ barrels that will be available. The Beerex has raised over £155,000 over the years for local charities, and this year the main benefactor will be Dorchester Social Stroke Club. We certainly didn't have much problem getting volunteers from the office to attend the Dorchester Beerex 

Bones (Dinosaur Bones that is!)

Finally, and this isn’t related to waste at all, but we couldn’t finish without mentioning the exciting and imminent arrival of Dippy the Dinosaur to Dorchester! As a family-run company with many of the staff members having young children, many of us are excited to head over to the Dorset County Museum to see ‘Dippy on tour’. Dorset County Museum is the first stop for Dippy on Tour, the huge (21m long) Diplodocus skeleton cast from The Natural History Museum in London, arriving Saturday 10th February, staying until Monday 7th May 2018. Find out more information through the Dorset County Museum.