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Your local dustbin collections are being monitored more and more each year as local authorities crack down on the amount of waste being put into land fill sites. Increasing restrictions apply on how much rubbish you can put in your wheelie bin each week or more commonly now, each fortnight!
So even de-cluttering your home or just clearing out a few cupboards can create a problem for you in disposing of all your rubbish.
Bags are approximately one metre square and are idea for disposing of this type of waste. Big tip here, make sure you place it where you want it to be picked up from BEFORE you start to fill it up! Because you probably will not be able to move it later.
Bags are available at some companies for larger items and with a capacity of up to 4 cubic metres, but are often no bigger than 1.5 cubic metres, they also have lower skip hire prices.
Moving up to steel ones, the Mini starts from around 2 cubic metres or around two tons of waste. Two tons sounds a lot but if that is building rubble from a small home improvement project then the space is soon filled. The 2 cubic metre size is not quite big enough to put a whole bath in for instance but you may find it is big enough if you are knocking out a small wall and want to dispose of all the bricks and rubble etc. Think carefully about what size you need before you order it.
Skips can be supplied in sizes ranging up to a huge 40 cubic metres in most parts of the country however always compare Skip Bags to make sure you get the best deal.
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