Author: Dave

Getting The Garbage Collected and Disposed Of Legally

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Unfortunately these days there are many seriously unsociable folk about. Mostly travelling fraternity it has been suggeested by those poor souls who are affected by the blight left behind.  Not only are travellers’ mobile and very moveable sites rubbish strewn most of the time, but when they are pushed on, they leave everything they don’t […]


Local Bulky Waste Collection For Households

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There are many rules and regulations surrounding the disposal of household waste that’s not a surprise there is so much fly tipping blighting the countryside.  These rules are however necssary and they do actually make sense.  Each council or local authority in England and Wales offer bulky waste collections which must be booked and paid […]


Flytippers Are Scourge Of Countryside & Mankind

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There have to be laws in place to stop folk from fly tipping all their domestic garbage out in the countryside.  We do indeed have a bunch of laws in each county and council.  This does not stop the less fair minded of society from dumping all kinds of unmentionable muck and unloved furniture wherever […]


Size Guides For UK Skip Hire

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There are all sorts of ways of clearing up as you go when carrying out any sort of household clearance or renovation work.  Taking stuff down the tip is usually the common ‘go to’ occupation at weekends.  However a simpler and much safer way to dispose of more tha a car boot load is to […]


A Skip For Legal Disposal Of Household Clearouts

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Doesn’t it just annoy you when a neighbour dumps their junk all over the pavemement, hoping that the wheelie bin men will take it away.  Instead of hiring a skip!  The recyling and domestic rubbish rules are quite clearly laid out in the leaflet that accompanies the annual council tax notice – It’s to show […]


Neighbour’s Skip Gives Endless Fascination

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There is a house a few doors down from mine, the same design in fact.  They have been having some sort of refurbishment work done over the last few weeks.  In fact the amount of stuff deposited in their skip has been nothing short of amazing.  In fact, I suspect it’s a whole jnew kitchen […]


Large Skip, Small Skip, Or Bag System?

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It is a really difficult decisions to makek, whether to have a large skip that will take all the rubbish to be disposed of, or a smaller bag skip design that is neater and easier for delivery, placement and retrieval.   The problem with a large skip, even in the nicest of neighbourhoods is that of […]


Hiring A Skip Ensures Safe & Lawful Disposal

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There are many rules and regulations surrounding the disposal of household waste.  At one time, before everything came wrapped and packaged in plastic and polystyrene, polythene and strapping, we used to have our three piece suite delivered by the store, covered in blankets and sheets kept for the purpose.  New washing machines were also covered […]


Smaller Dust Carts & Bonfires From Days Of Yore

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In just a couple of hundred years we humans have wrecked parts of this fragile planet.  When I grew up dustmen called every week, collecting much smaller bins and we used to burn a lot of unwanted stuff in the back garden – but the Clean air bill stopped that after the smogs of the […]


Suppliers Must Shoulder Disposal Of Heavy Packaging

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We can’t get away from the problem of garbage, rubbish, plastics etc. mounting up around where we live and work.   This of course is one of the unplanned consequences of world wide industrialisation.   Everything we buy comes packaged up to the max and heavy domestic products like a fridge or washing machine will come with […]