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Questions and answers

Skip & Grab Hire
What materials can your Grab Hire take?
How can I pay?
How do I book a Skip or Contact You?
Are there any restrictions on what can I put into a Skip?
Which Areas do you cover?
What happens to my waste?
How long is the hire period on the skip?
How full can I load the Skip?
What happens if I overload the Skip?
Who is responsible for the skip's waste?
What can I put in a Skip?


What materials can your Grab Hire take?

Our grab lorries are generally used for collection of inert material such as excavation arisings, soil, hardcore, bricks and green waste.

We also accept mixed household waste at an additional cost.

 



How can I pay?
Cash to the driver.

Card over the phone or securely via this website.

All payments must be made before skip delivery.



How do I book a Skip or Contact You?

You can contact us via Email(m50skiphire@gmail.com , Phone (01-8620011) or you can order securely via this website.



Are there any restrictions on what can I put into a Skip?

Yes. You cannot use a skip to dispose of asbestos, fridge/freezers, car batteries, tyres, gas cylinders, paint tins (empty or full), food waste, fluorescent tubes or liquids , Medicines/drugs, Kitchen waste, septic tank waste, Computers, contaminated soil or black bags. Please call a member of staff if you have any further queries.



Which Areas do you cover?

All of Dublin area.



What happens to my waste?

The waste is taken to a Waste Recycling Centre where it is sorted and processed to maximise the percentage of material recycled and diverted from landfill.



How long is the hire period on the skip?

Mini 2.5cy – 3 Days

Midi 4cy– 3 Days

Standard 6cy– 5 Days

Maxi 8cy – 7 days

If you require a skip for longer/shorter period of time please advise when booking.



How full can I load the Skip?

You can load up to a maximum of one foot over the skip level but the load must be secure and safe with no loose items.



What happens if I overload the Skip?

An overloaded skip is a hazard. The lorry may struggle to lift the skip, and your overfilled waste can be dangerous to lift/transport. If your skip is overloaded, the skip lorry driver reserves the right to refuse to lift the skip or advise of an extra charge to be applied before the skip is lifted. However it is always an option for you to remove the extra waste prior to skip removal.



Who is responsible for the skip's waste?

You are legally responsible for the contents of the skip you hire. You need to ensure that the waste disposed in the skip is suitable for general disposal and that the skip is not overloaded.



What can I put in a Skip?

When ordering the skip please ensure that you give us as much information as possible about what sort of waste is going into the skip as this may affect the price.