8 Yard Builder Skip (80 bin bags)
Large domestic & commercial projects
Heavy waste such as builder’s rubble, soil, or concrete
Large House Clearances
8 cubic yards
8 cubic yards
What are 8 yard skips for?
8 yard skips are the largest variety of builders skips that are very useful for larger amounts of waste produced on building sites. An 8 yard builder skip the excellent option for disposing of sizeable amounts building waste.
A 8 yard skip is a very popular builder skip that is commonly used by builders and contractors. These skips are the perfect waste removal solution on building sites as well as various domestic applications. 8 yard builders skips are the most convenient choice for disposing of moderate amounts of waste.
It is ideal for very large garden landscaping projects as well as full property clearance projects for large houses. This 8 yard container can be supplied with a cover or door if necessary.
Taking multiple trips to your local waste disposal centre is time consuming, and it requires a lot of fuel. Fly-tipping is not only illegal, it causes pollution, ruins peoples living spaces and costs taxpayers money to clean up. Enviro Skip Hire is the best way to remove your household waste.
Wait & Load
Service available on this skip size.
Level Loads Only
Containers are only to be filled so they form a level top with the side of the skip. If the driver considers the load unsafe we will be unable to move the container. If overloaded, but considered safe to transport, a surcharge will be levied.
No hazardous materials must be placed in the skip, including but not limited to, asbestos, fridges, tv’s or other monitors, tyres, liquids, pyrotechnics, paints and solvents. Materials of this type placed in a skip could endanger our staff and will incur the hirer additional charges or the material returned to your site.
Burning in the Skip
Fires are not permitted in the containers.
Council Permit Required for Hiring a 8 Yard Skip
If you are going to place your hired skip on a council land, you will have to secure a council permit. The cost of a council permit is different from one council to another, so it’s best that you ask the skip