Here at The Waste Group HQ, we are growing from strength to strength. Not only have we integrated our new skip hire tool on our website, we’ve also launched a number of new services; one of these is our new National Waste Management service. Wherever you’re based in the U.K., we can help you!
Once Christmas is over many people think about having a clear out before the new year ahead. You may have lots of items you wish to dispose, recycle or even donate to a better home. If so, why not get involved in one of Dorset’s Give or Take days? Find out more in our blog!
One of the most common questions that customers ask us is “What size skip do I need?”. That's why our handy skip size guide provides length, width and height dimensions, as well as guidelines on what a skip can hold. Read on to find out more!
Looking to hire a skip for the first time? Not sure where to begin? Don't worry! The Waste Group are here to help you with all things skip hire. Our latest blog explains all!
Waste segregation is simple to implement and can make the recycling process a lot easier. Read on to find out more about segregating your waste!
#WorldKindnessDay 2017 is on Monday 13th November. To celebrate, The Waste Group have chosen their top 12 ways to be kinder to the planet with our waste!
If you’re looking to hire a skip, there’s lots of different factors to consider; Can the skip get to my desired location? Is it the best right size? And perhaps one of the biggest factors, how much is the skip?
Once you’ve hired your skip filling it up can seem like a daunting task, but don’t worry! The Waste Group are here to ensure that you pack up your skip in the most efficient way possible.
We are fully committed to ensuring that waste is managed in the most efficient way possible by reducing the amount produced and making sure any unused waste is utilised. This is why we are here to tell you about the waste hierarchy and the 3 Rs’!
One of the main things to consider when hiring a skip is the size of it as it needs to be able to fit exactly what you need to be disposed. However, many people do not realise how much waste they’re allowed to put in their skip and what can happen if it’s above the limit.