A Guide to Skip Hire Rules and Regulations

People hire skips for many reasons; you might be clearing rubbish from your attic, renovating your kitchen, or need somewhere to dispose of equipment when moving offices. Skip hire is a highly convenient way to deal with rubbish or unwanted items, but there are several rules and regulations that must be followed. If you’re hiring…

Four Ways to Make Your Business More Eco-Friendly

Global warming and climate change are two of the most pressing issues of our time and many of us are cultivating a growing awareness of how our habits impact the earth. There are plenty of things you can do on an individual level, but it’s important for businesses to do their bit too. An environmentally…

Four Top Questions to Ask About Skip Hire

If you need to hire a skip for an upcoming project, then you must make sure that you choose the right option. An experienced skip hire company will have skips to suit every requirement, but if you’ve never hired a skip before you probably have a few questions you need answering. In this blog, we…

Top Tips for Using Top Soil in Gardening

The sun is shining and summer is officially on its way! If you are lucky enough to have a garden, this is the perfect opportunity to get outside and make the most of the great weather. It’s also the perfect time to transform your garden and fill it with gorgeous plants or delicious vegetables. No…

A Mini Guide to Skip Hire: How Does Skip Hire Work?

Hiring a skip for the first time can seem complicated and confusing, but when you work with a trusted company, it really doesn’t have to be this way. Whether you’re hiring a skip for garden waste or you require a skip bin for commercial purposes, the rental process will be fairly similar. Additionally, when you…

What You Can & Can’t Put In A Skip

When you hire a skip, it is easy to get carried away and think of it as a black hole which you can just dump everything in and will disappear forever, however this is not the case. Everything you put in a skip has an impact on the environment. Not everything is permitted to be…

Why Landfill Is So Harmful

The UK generated 52.3 million tonnes of landfill waste in 2016 alone. It has been mentioned in the news that the UK is running out of landfill sites, much of our waste is sent abroad to be recycled or put in landfill sites in other countries. Burying all of our waste only creates more problems,…

Four Innovative Products Made From Recycled Materials

The importance of recycling is an issue that’s been steadily gaining prominence year on year, and it shows no sign of slowing down as many of us make conscious efforts to be more environmentally friendly. Whether it’s cutting down on single-use plastic, becoming vegetarian or choosing greener ways to travel, there are many easy, everyday…

The Benefits of Topsoil for Gardening

Topsoil is something that every gardener wants in their garden. This is the top 2-8 inches of soil on any part of the earth and it is coveted by many. Essentially, topsoil is the most nutrient rich layer of soil available and for good reason. Leaves fall and plants die and they all decay into…