Garden waste skip hire

Garden waste skip hire

What can go in a green skip?

The sort of produce we can readily recycle includes grass cuttings and weeds; hedge trimmings; flowers and ornamental plants; twigs, leaves, sawdust and bark.

What size skip for garden waste?

The size of the skip depends on the amount of green waste that it needs to hold. Larger skips are usually used for waste disposal from large-scale projects like building constructions or demolitions. Smaller skips are used for disposing waste from smaller projects like household renovations or garden clearances.

Can you put soil in a mixed waste skip?

Yes, soil is allowed, as well as garden rubble. 

If you have a lot of rubble or garden soil to wheel about, then an 8 cubic yard drop door skip is best. You can wheelbarrow your waste right into the skip provided.

skip hire things you need to know

We deliver and collect (of course). Hire our skips for as long or as short a time as you like – we offer a variety of pick-up options.

Skip hire has never been so easy

Get the job done with Ward skip hire. You can browse our website for the perfect skip, book it online and have it delivered to your doorstep. No more hassle, no more delays – just skip hire made easy!

Hire with a single click

Booking a skip is as easy as 1-2-3 – browse our selection of skips and choose one that’s right for you. Ordering is just as easy – select delivery and collection dates, enter your postcode and we’ll take care of the rest. Hassle free and fuss free!

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Skip permits

If you want to put your skip on a road (public highway) owned by the local council, you will require a skip permit.

Skip permits are issued by your local council. Each council charges a different amount for a permit and they usually take 48 hours to arrange. For your convenience, WARD can obtain the permit on your behalf.

If you need further information please visit our skip hire frequently asked questions or call our Professional Services team on 0345 337 0000 to find out more.