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Able Skips ~ Providing Reliable & Affordable Skip Hire Services in Lancashire
If you are carrying out any sort of extensive house/garden clearance or renovation projects then the chances are you are going to need to hire a skip in order to dispose of the rubbish and waste you throw away.
Whether you are looking to hire a skip for a domestic DIY or household clearance project or you’re a commercial building company looking to dispose of building rubble, it makes sense to hire a skip for convenient disposal of your waste.
It seems that hardware upgrade cycles are becoming shorter and shorter these days, which leaves behind a lot of outdated computers and laptops that need to be disposed of responsibly.
While skip hire is a very convenient way of removing all manner of waste from your home or workplace, there are certain items that you aren’t permitted to place into a skip, due to the highly specialised requirements that apply in terms of how to handle and dispose of them safely.
Before hiring a skip from a company like Able Skip Hire Ltd, it is vital to familiarise yourself with the relevant regulations that govern where a skip can be placed and how it can be used.
Blink and you will have missed it! On 22nd April, the world celebrated the latest Earth Day, which from humble Vietnam-era origins, has come to be observed by over one billion people each year.
You might have imagined that the job of renting out and collecting skips would be a very much mundane one, with few shocks or surprises.
It can be easy to forget just how vital it is to manage and dispose of construction waste effectively. Indeed, with a whopping 400 million tonnes of building materials being delivered to site each year – according to the UK Green Building Council – it really is a matter of great importance.
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