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Permits for skip hire and other activities in London

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: 13th March 2018

Permits for skip hire and other activities in London

London is vast, everything which goes on in the conurbation containing 33 Borough councils includes vast numbers. As result of its 9,787,426 population there are on average 10 million car trips, over half a million cycle trips and about six million bus passenger journeys (1 source Tfl Mayor’s Code of Conduct for Road Works 2012) – although 6 years old the data is still relevant. As highlighted in the recent weather events our nations roads (no withstanding the capitals) are operating at maximum capacity nearly all the time. That is before we factor Tube Journeys (on average 1.37 billion of…

Economical Waste Solutions – Skip, Bag or Van

Relevance: 83%      Posted on: 9th March 2018

Economical Waste Solutions - Skip, Bag or Van

Sometimes a hefty chunk of metal sat on your drive, on the road or on site is just not practical enough. You could be in an area where practical skip use for the removal of waste is just not feasible? This could be due to local authority or pure traffic flow issues, or just that access is not that easy - sometimes a skip is not the answer for your waste issue, and other waste solutions are available. The good news is there are a host of alternatives to the traditional skip, all of which can save you time, money…

Skip Diving – Is this legal?

Relevance: 67%      Posted on: 23rd April 2018

Skip Diving - Is this legal?

We’ve all heard the saying “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure”, But does this mean it’s okay for someone to go rummaging through skips? English Law states: “A person commits theft if he dishonestly appropriates property belonging to another with the intention of permanently depriving the other of it”. Meaning if you don't check with the owners before skip diving, you could land yourself in a pickle. But why would they be bothered you ask? You’d assume that if someone has put things into a skip, it’s because they no longer want those items, whether it be bricks, furniture,…

Strangest Things Found in a Skip

Relevance: 48%      Posted on: 22nd October 2018

Strangest Things Found in a Skip

Being an established provider of skips, PAL Hire has been lucky when collecting skips. We’ve only ever found debris or hazardous waste in our skips. We’ve scoured the internet to find some of the most unusual things found in a skip: Long Lost Films Peter Sellers was best known for his role as Inspector Jacques Clouseau in The Pink Panther, so it was a rare find when two of his earliest films were found in their original film canisters in a skip on-site. Thousand Pound Shoes If you unknowingly threw away items worth a lot of money, you’d be beside…

14 Yard Skip

Relevance: 42%      Posted on: 15th December 2015

14 Yard Skip

Offering a range of skip sizes, our 14-yard skip is very large. This skip can also be hired out for huge home renovation projects. You will need to check with your local council for permission rights to place the skips on/around your property. The 14-yard skip is perfect for bulky waste, however, please do note that some items cannot be placed in the skip. Get in touch with our friendly team to place your order today.

12 Yard Skip

Relevance: 41%      Posted on: 15th December 2015

12 Yard Skip

12 Yard Skips available for Hire from PAL Hire are also known as a maxi skip. The 12 Yard Skip is most popular within the industrial, trades and commercial sectors, providing ample waste disposal capability for most projects. Our trade and commercial waste customers benefit from regular skip exchanges - making sure that waste is managed correctly. 12 Yard Skips can also be utilised for very large domestic renovation projects. Do note that these bins can also fit large quantities of wood, plastic and metal. These skips are very popular for waste management at factories and warehouses as they carry…

6 Yard Skip

Relevance: 39%      Posted on: 15th December 2015

6 Yard Skip

6 Yard Skip Hire - Suitable for both domestic and business use, the 6 yard skip is a small builders skip that can be used for larger building and refurbishment projects. This is a core hire item and is available for next day delivery. Ask our team for Details about hiring the 6 yard skips.

16 Yard Skip

Relevance: 39%      Posted on: 15th December 2015

16 Yard Skip

16 Yard Skip Hire Across the UK with great local rates. If you are looking for a large skip with a great capacity for building / construction and demotion waste. Then a 16 yard skip is ideal for you. Perfect for industrial work sites where waste has to be removed as quickly as possible to avoid workplace hazards. They can be swapped out so you do not have any interruption with your work flow on site. We look forward to preparing a competitive quote for your based on the number of days of hire and the type of waste.

How long can I keep a skip for?

Relevance: 39%      Posted on: 29th May 2018

You can keep the skip for approx. 3-4 weeks unless your skip is on the road with a permit. If you have a permit the length of time you can keep the skip will depend on the councils requirements.

2 Yard Skip

Relevance: 37%      Posted on: 15th December 2015

2 Yard Skip

The 2 yard skip is PAL’s smallest skip and is ideal when a low volume of waste is anticipated. These compact skips are suitable for small projects or household jobs. Perfect for spring cleaning or small decorating jobs, or gardening when you do not or can not use a car to ferry your rubbish to the local tip.