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Panel Lifter

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: 2nd February 2016

Panel Lifter

The panel lifter is almost like an extra pair of hands - the lifter holds the panel in place securely, whilst you fix permanently into place.

Kerb Lifter

Relevance: 90%      Posted on: 28th March 2019

Kerb Lifter

Kerb Lifters are mechanical grabs suitable for handling parallel, plane and non-conical concrete elements, such as border stones, slabs, block steps, and kerb stones. If you would like to know more about our excavator mounted kerb lifter attachment, give our team a call and they will be happy to discuss your requirements.

Help with types of Waste for Skips and Roll on Roll of Containers

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Help with types of Waste for Skips and Roll on Roll of Containers

A handy waste guide for business What can I put in a skip? What waste do you process? Here is a smart guide to what you can put in a skip or Roll on Roll off container. Our focus is on commercial and trade waste. If you are buying in waste management services from PAL Hire (or any skip and waste service provider). There some good tips to help you avoid additional costs. Quantify your waste Correctly grade your waste What is the waste Who is responsible for your waste Does the service meet your CSR objectives? What is not…

Commercial Waste – Are You Breaking the Law?

Relevance: 8%      Posted on: 28th May 2019

Commercial Waste - Are You Breaking the Law?

The law is acting against those unlawfully disposing of waste. In the last week, more than 60 sites across Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire, Cambridgeshire and Leicestershire received unannounced visits from the Environment Agency and HMRC officers as they began a crackdown on suspected waste crime. The joint action was a follow up on reports of the illegal burning of commercial waste. The HMRC is working alongside the Environment Agency to help waste site operators understand how they can comply with tax obligations when it comes to operating a waste site; however, the main reason for action is to stop waste criminals putting…

What can I not put in my skip?

Relevance: 8%      Posted on: 29th May 2018

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