Enclosed Skip Hire
Posted on 28th October 2022 at 13:30
Just like our other skips, enclosed skips are suited to a wide range of situations but with the added benefit of being lockable making it more secure. This prevents unwanted waste from being added to your skip from any unauthorised third parties or fly-tippers who may want to dispose of incorrect or hazardous materials in your skip, as well as ensuring that waste is not removed from your skip without your permission. Similarly, having an enclosed skip means that any waste materials that could retain their value are not at risk of theft.
Having an enclosed skip also protects members of the public from debris or exposure to hazardous materials. For example, they are ideal for disposing of asbestos where there is the risk of wind dispersal. Because of the lockable lid the skip will keep the material safe inside and will also stop vermin from being attracted. If you are working on an environmentally sensitive site, again an enclosed skip can ensure protection from other types of hazardous waste as well as safely storing confidential waste.
Enclosed skips are ideal for the disposal of any general waste or recyclables including heavy or bulky waste. They can be used to collect everything from dry non-hazardous wastes to excavated soils.
Our enclosed skips come in a range of sizes to accommodate your needs. These include:
4 yrd enclosed skip
This is the perfect mini skip with the added security of a lockable lid. Ideal for business and domestic use and will hold about 2 tonnes.
7 yrd enclosed skip
This skip can hold about 4 tonnes of garden, builders or household waste.
8 yrd enclosed skip
This skip is ideal for general house clearance and specialised projects. It can contain and suppress dusty loads. This is one of the most popular sizes.
14 yrd enclosed skip
This skip holds a maximum 8 tonnes of material which is the equivalent of 60-80 black bin bags. This skip size is ideal for builders.
At AM Skip Hire we can advise you on what would be best suited to your needs.
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