• 0 Skip Hire Sutton - Answering Your Common Questions

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    Skip hire brings with it a very particular set of questions. The exact nature of skips means that there are a few different questions that people do routinely ask. These questions are often pretty relevant to the skip hire process, which is why we try and provide you with the answers that you need. With that in mind, we’re going to be taking a look at some of the most common questions people have about skip hire.   What Kind Of Items Can I Put In A Skip? This is one of the most common questions that we get asked. After all, knowing what you can put into a skip will make all the difference when it comes to whether or not they actually choose to hire out a skip or not. Thankfully, people will be pleased to know that you can put most things into a skip. All kinds of different things can be put into a skip and disposed of, which provides you with a high degree of flexibility. Just make sure to avoid things like asbestos and harmful materials and you’ll be good to go in a lot of situations.   What Size Skip Do I Need? When considering the size of the skip that you need, there’s a few different things that you’ll need to take into consideration. Obviously, it’ll vary massively depending upon the size and scale of what you need to throw away, but for the most part you’re going to be looking at a small to medium sized skip. There’s multiple shapes and sizes available for you to choose from, it is literally just a question of making sure that you pick the right one for your specific needs and requirements.   Overall, these are just a few of the most common questions which we get asked when it comes to skips and what to do. People usually have a fair few questions about the nature of skips and how they can in fact use them to their advantage but these remain some of the most common options. It’s also worth noting that each different situation will require the use of an entirely different skip and set up. You should consider your situation carefully from start to finish in order to make sure that you’re getting the right kind of skip for your needs, and also that you’re not wasting money on a skip which is too large. For more information on what you can or cannot skip, please contact WasteBusters Skip Hire today!

  • 0 Skip Tricks For Less Stressful Loading

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    Loading your skip can be a pain. It’s not an easy task by any means, especially when you desperately want to get the most out of the space that you have. However, what you’ll also find is that a lot of people load skips in the wrong way. There’s a few things that you should avoid doing in order to make sure that the skip is not loaded improperly, and we’re going to look at them here and now.   Do Not Overfill This may seem somewhat obvious. Overfilling the skip is the worst thing that you could possibly do, and yet so many seem to do it. It’s important not to overfill your skip. This is for a couple of different reasons. Primarily, it’s because that kind of issue can be a big safety hazard. A skip that has been overfilled can potentially contain all kinds of different things sticking out at various angles. If something were to tip and fall while the skip was in transit, the results could be damaging to both people and property. Naturally, this is something that everyone wants to avoid. For this reason, it is heavily advised that people avoid overfilling the skip too much.   Avoid Hazardous Materials If you’re going to load a skip, you need to avoid hazardous materials. There’s a few different reasons for this. First of all, most skips aren’t allowed to carry these hazardous materials at all. Second of all, they’re a danger to you, the skip hire company, and the general public. Things like asbestos are highly dangerous and have to be disposed of in the correct fashion. If you don’t take the time to do this, you could find that you’re putting people in danger. Please, do contact the local authority and don’t put it into a skip. Overall, these are just a few of the different things that you should consider when it comes to a skip and what you should do with it. There’s a whole selection of different options for you to consider, and they can all make a big difference in regards to safe loading. The skip can be a very precious resource, but you also have to consider that it should not be misused and poorly utilised. By taking the time to make sure that you load properly, you’re going to be making sure that you’re getting the most from your skip.

  • 0 Top Tips For Keeping Garden Waste Manageable

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    Summer is here. That means that more and more people are taking to the outdoors to find some entertainment, or to perform a wide selection of different tasks. In a lot of cases, this includes gardening. People are really passionate about their gardens, and this can often lead to a lot of garden waste. To try and help you keep on top of it, we’re going to look at a few ways that you can make your garden waste less to deal with.   Use It Naturally What if we told you that the waste doesn’t even have to leave the garden? A compost bin is often employed in a lot of gardens thanks to it being a very versatile tool in maintaining plant health. You can easily collect up all of the waste that you have and then use it to create compost to spread on your garden and encourage a healthy growth. It’s not a difficult thing to do and it can really benefit you in the long run.   Hire Out A Skip Of course, this wouldn’t be a skip hire blog if we didn’t talk about our favourite course of action, hiring out a skip. There’s a whole wealth of benefits which come from a skip hire, and they’re all obvious from the beginning. It’s fast, efficient and brilliantly easy to dispose of large amounts of waste en masse. Obviously, we try and help in any way we can, which is why we have skips of all different shapes and sizes available for you to look through. That’s the power of a skip - it’s so versatile. You don’t have to worry about different problems and issues that might stem from disposing of waste normally, because the skip can help. Overall, these are just a few of the different things that you can look into when it comes to keeping your garden waste more manageable. The thing about garden waste is that you can use it to help your own garden, but it should be gotten rid of if you’re not into that kind of idea. Thankfully, it can be easy to get rid of a large amount of garden waste, so you can do all the gardening you want to do without any worry. Summer isn’t going to last forever, so it’s best to try and get these kinds of things done and out of the way before you lose the good weather.

  • 0 Hazardous Waste - What Can You Do?

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    Hazardous Waste - What Can You Do? When considering hazardous waste, there’s something that you should bear in mind. We can’t get rid of it for you. The thing about Hazardous waste is that it’s a very specialist kind of rubbish. Disposing of it requires you to be in the know about how to safely get rid of it. This isn’t something you can mess around with, as the effects of doing so can be massively detrimental. To try and help you make sure that you are in fact disposing of hazardous waste, we’re going to explore it in more detail.   What Is Hazardous Waste? Hazardous waste is different from normal waste in many ways. The contents of hazardous waste usually contains substances and materials which are considered to be too dangerous for the general public. This may include such things as asbestos, needles, and anything which may cause a serious infection or illness. Unfortunately, people do tend to wind up disposing of their rubbish in an improper way. Illegal dumping of hazardous waste is commonplace, so you have to be careful.   So, What Do I Need To Do? This can of course present a question to the minds of many. If you can’t put it in a skip, and it’s too dangerous to throw away, what are you supposed to do with it? This is the point at which you need to contact your local authority for advice on what to do. They’ll usually arrange to have it safely collected and disposed of for you, or they might give you some advice as to what you are supposed to do with your hazardous waste. It’s important that you take the time to follow their instructions, because otherwise you could put yourself and others at risk. Overall, hazardous waste is something that should not be taken lightly. It’s a very dangerous and problematic substance which shouldn’t be taken lightly. The issue which a lot of people face is that the method for disposing of it isn’t always clear. You have to be sure of what you’re doing and how I safely do it in order to protect everyone. Particular types of waste, for example asbestos, aren’t as common anymore. However, some kinds are very frequent and will require you to exercise caution. Needles and anything else that poses a risk of infection is often a very risky waste to mess around with, so please take care when handling it.

  • 0 Landfill Tax - A Guide

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    One thing that any kind of company needs to be familiar with is Landfill tax. Why? Because it can form a pretty integral part of the waste disposal process. What a lot of people don’t understand is what landfill tax actually is, how it works and how it can affect you as a person. To try and assist with this, we’re going to be taking a look at the landfill tax in more detail, in the hope that we can help you to understand just what it’s all about.   So What Is Landfill Tax? First things first. What is landfill tax? Why haven’t you heard of it before? The landfill tax was designed to try and make sure that companies, businesses and also skip hire services like ours aren’t putting too much reliance on landfill sites as a cheap and easy way to get rid of rubbish. In the past, a lot of companies were guilty of this, and it obviously can affect how much the environment is damaged. The reason that you haven’t heard of it before is because the homeowner doesn’t traditionally pay the tax - that responsibility instead falls to the company disposing of it (us, more often than not). Further compounding the issue is the knowledge that every year the amount of landfill tax charged goes up, to compensate for the ever shrinking number of places where you can dump materials.   What Can I Do To Prevent Landfill Tax? If you don’t want Landfill Tax to become part of your problem, you should always try and recycle wherever possible. It’s important that you take the time to reuse and reduce the waste you throw out, and to think carefully about what you put into a skip. Only then will you be able to help prevent Landfill Tax charges for yourself or the skip hire service you use.   Overall, Landfill Tax is something which you should be aware of, especially in an age where we’re very conscious of how much waste we use and how we can reduce it. Waste can be a problem and a source of headache, but you can take steps to cut down how much you wind up creating. It’s important to try and be environmentally conscious with your waste, because we do only have one earth and it can be damaged. If we don’t take the right steps now, it may be too late in the future.

  • 0 Skip Hire Licences - What Do you Need To Know?

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    Hiring out a Skip is a very good way of getting rid of massive amounts of rubbish all at once. However, there are going to be cases when you can’t just hire out a skip for your waste. There’s often certain rules and regulations which people need to take into consideration. To try and help you make sure that you’re doing the right thing with your skip hire, we’re going to look at a few things you need to know about licences.   When Do I Need A Skip Hire Licence? Thankfully, the situations where you actually need a Skip hire aren’t as frequent as you would think. If you’re going to put the skip on private property, then you’re going to find that you don’t actually need a permit. However, if you’re going to put a skip on the pavement or in the road, you need to make sure that you get a skip hire permit or licence.   Where Do I Get One? This kind of permit is actually quite easy to get. You just have to apply to the local council, and they’ll be able to give you permission to do so. They’ll inspect the area and be able to determine whether or not you should have a skip in your area. Most skip hire companies will contact the local authority on your behalf, although some will require you to speak directly to them in order to make sure that everything is going to check out okay. It’s just a question of making sure that you’ve looked through all of the different processes and application times well in advance. Otherwise you can run the risk of getting into trouble with the local authority, so you need to be on the ball.   Overall, these are just a few of the most important things that you need to know when it comes to a skip licence. It’s really important that you take the time to think about what you’re doing when it comes to a skip hire, because otherwise you’ll get yourself into trouble. A lot of companies will refuse to do business with you if you’re not doing the right things anyway, because they can come under fire as well. It’s much easier and hassle free for everyone if you take the time to make sure that you’re not doing anything wrong, and that you stick to the processes.

  • 0 Cutting Down Waste Costs As A Business - What Can You Do?

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    As a business, waste costs can be pretty extreme. It’s important to try and remember that you’re not going to have an infinite amount of money to spend on waste. Cutting down the cost of waste as a business is really important, but not everyone knows how best to do things. To try and help you with this, we’re going to be taking a look at how you can cut down waste costs for your company.   Waste Assessment To begin with, you’ll need to take a look at how much waste you actually generate. This is really important for figuring out how to progress. You need to assess exactly how much in the way of waste you need to get rid of each week, month or year, and this will help you to understand the depth of how much rubbish you have. That’s an important first step in cutting down on the cost of waste. You need to know exactly how much is being spent and wasted in order to fully make the most of the money and resources that you have available.   Hire Out A Skip? Hear us out for just a second! The problem with a lot of waste is that it has to be disposed of somehow. And when there’s too much, you do run into problems trying to shift it all off. A skip is a great choice for big businesses because you can offload everything at once. There’s plenty of different sizes and shapes for a skip, and this means that there’s maximum flexibility. You can easily tailor a skip to suit any kind of budget, and it’ll probably be cheaper than trying to get rid of everything by yourself, so it’s a pretty good investment to make. Overall, cutting costs as a business can be quite difficult, but it’s something that everyone has to try and do. Waste is one of those awkward things that you try and avoid generating a lot of, but it’s also pretty easy to get rid of it all on the cheap. You just have to know what needs to be done, and how to find the right places to safely dispose of waste. A skip is an excellent idea in this regard, because it allows you to easily offload all of your waste, without the need to look for other ways to dispose of it.

  • 0 Flexible, Affordable, Reliable: The Many Uses Of A Skip

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    Skip hire. It’s a very common service in today’s society, because they’re just so useful to people who want to use them. The skip has been designed for a purpose - to move rubbish en masse. To that end, they’ve been well designed, made of durable materials, and applied to a variety of different tasks around the country and indeed the world. There’s a lot of different uses for a skip hire, although a lot of people don’t know what these uses are. To try and help with that, we’re going to be taking a look at some of the different options that you have available for a skip hire Croydon.   Garden Waste Big garden projects often generate a lot of waste. It’s easy to see why when you consider the magnitude of some of the modifications people make. But all that waste has to go somewhere, and that’s where a skip comes in. It can collect all kinds of different garden waste, and then remove it so it can go somewhere and be broken down, or turned into fertiliser. It’s certainly a lot easier than filling your vehicle with bags of clippings, so it’s worth looking into.   Household Renovations Household waste can be a major source of headache when it needs to be disposed of. The problem is that there is a lot of bricks, wooden beams and structural items that can become an issue. To try and change this, a lot of people use a skip. Why? Because they’ve got plenty of space and can be used to deal with all your waste all at once. That makes them a very precious resource in the eyes of the public, because most people know that renovations and changes in the home often cause a lot of debris. It’s just easier therefore to make sure that you turn it over and let the skip do the rest.   Overall, these are just a few of the uses for skip hire Croydon. As you can see, there’s a lot of practicality when you use a skip, and the options for it are quite varied. The skip is a very useful tool in any project or clean out, because it can take so many different items without a problem. This makes the skip a highly valued resource, and one which a lot of people have used and then rated highly.

  • 0 Recycling Glass

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    The Recycling Journey Of Glass  It is something that we use fairly frequently, and it’s a very precious resource. However, the way in which it is made puts a lot of pressure onto the environment. For this reason, a lot of people choose to recycle their glass because they’re assured that this has a better effect on the environment. But a lot of people don’t know what actually happens to this glass when it is recycled. To try and help you understand, we’re going to look at the recycling process here.   So, What Happens? To begin with, we have to take a look at glass as it leaves your home. It’s collected by the local authority, and transported to a recycling centre. The glass is then sorted by colour and size, and moved to a processing plant. There, it’s ground down into small pieces. The crushing process is designed to remove impurities and imperfections in the glass, with the finished product being the end result of exposure to all kinds of high tech instruments. From there, the glass is moved into a furnace and heated to extremely high temperatures. This melts it down and makes it suitable to be turned into something called a glob. This is, at a basic level, a spherical chunk of melted glass which is malleable and can be changed into a variety of shapes. The glass is then shaped into whatever design is required, and left to cool. As the glob cools down, the glass gardens and becomes what we’re familiar with. From there, it can be given a new label, cleaned and sent off to be used to hold something else. Overall, the recycling process is actually pretty cool when you think about it. Glass is originally made from sand, but the process is extremely complicated and taxing on our natural resources. However, this process is not as damaging, and means that the glass can be used for something brand new. On average, 60% of all the glass in the U.K. is recycled, which means that there’s not as much new material being produced on a daily basis. It’s important that we recycle as often as possible, because it’s vital to protect the environment as much as we can. Resources are limited, and this means that we have to be careful about what we throw away and what we can reuse. If not for us, but for the generations that will come after us.

  • 0 Disposing Of Computers - Waste On A Commercial Scale

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    Computers are difficult to try and dispose of safely. They’re not like normal waste because they often contain large amounts of sensitive data and hidden secrets. However, when you need to do a mass upgrade of your systems, you’ll have a lot of computers to dispose of in bulk. We’re going to be looking at a few tips for the safe disposal of these goods, so that you can make sure you’re getting rid of them in a way which doesn’t do any damage.   Backup All Data Before you even think about unplugging the computer, back up every single file and document you have in the system. You can worry about sorting through it all later, but right now you need to make sure that you have taken the time to collect each and every file in case something is valuable. You never know what you’re going to need to save, so it’s important to save everything.   Wipe The Computer Clean When all the data is safely stored and backed up, you need to then wipe the systems. A recovered hard drive can still provide someone with sensitive information, so you need to clear everything. The best way to do this is to reset the computer to factory settings, which will erase all files, passwords, programs and user preferences. It’s the most methodical way to protect data possible.   Use A Skip Now it’s time to throw the systems away. For this, a lot of people consider using skip hire Sutton as a way to get rid of their computers en masse. It’s easier than trying to dispose of them privately, and means you can throw things into the skip and forget about them. It’s also potentially quite cheap as well, so it’s worth looking into.   Overall, these are just a few of the different things you can do to safely dispose of old computers. A skip hire Sutton is obviously the best way to get rid of everything at the end, but you need to make sure the system is ready to be disposed of first. It’s important you take the right steps to protect your customers from people who might try and steal sensitive data, and also that you’ve made the time to backup all data. You want the transition from old to new computers to be as simple as possible, and that isn’t going to happen if you lose data.