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Frequently Asked

What will we recycle?

Paper and cardboard, including cereal boxes, toilet paper rolls, paper towel rolls and egg cartons. Paper and cardboard are both recyclable materials. However, paper is made up of natural fibres while cardboard is made up of wood fibres. This means that paper has a lower carbon footprint than cardboard does.

Plastic or metal food or beverage containers with their lids

Cardboard with metal coatings

Glass bottles and jars

Glass mirrors

Light bulbs (only if they’re not broken)

Metal pots and pans with their lids

Wooden utensils

What can i put in a skip?
  • Cardboard. Cardboard is one of the most easily recycled materials. …
  • Construction/Demolition Waste. …
  • Household Waste. …
  • Magazines and Brochures. …
  • Mixed Metals. …
  • Timber. …
  • Wood and Wood Products. …
How long can i keep a skip for?

You can keep the skip for approx. 3-4 weeks unless your skip is on the road with a permit. If you have a permit the length of time you can keep the skip will depend on the councils requirements.

Do I need a skip permit?

The quick answer is that you won’t need a permit if you place a skip on private property, such as a driveway. You will need a skip permission from your local government if you want it to be placed on the roadside (public roadway).

Do I need a skip permit on my private property?

Skip permits exist to control how many skips are placed on the road because they take up space and can impact parking and traffic flow. … There is no requirement for a permit if you put a skip on private land, such as your driveway, field or private road.

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