London Skip hire – Size Matters

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London has always had its issues with waste and waste management – and it was not until the late 19th century that London even had an effective sewer system. Luckily, these days things have changed and the big smoke is cleaner than its ever been; however, this isn't because we are cleaner these days – far from it! – it is just that we are better equipped to handle our waste.

The unsung hero of waste management in arguably the most vibrant capital in the world has to be skip hire, and although a relatively simply way to dispose of detritus, it is still a hugely effective way – whether disposing of domestic or industrial waste.

Of course, when we think of skips there is a preconceived notion that springs to mind, however skip hire can actually be an extremely versatile waste disposal solution – and is far from being a "one size fits all" kind of thing.

Did you know, for instance, that London skip hire is available in a range of sizes, which makes it a perfect waste management solution across a variety of applications?

For example, for domestic usage – where London skip hire can be a godsend – then a smaller skip will probably fit the bill, as it will take up less room on the road; with this in mind, a 4 Yard Midi Skip would be a ideal, as it has enough capacity to handle many domestic or small building jobs, and is not too large that it might be impractical.

On the other end of the spectrum – where a large skip is needed – then you might consider a roll on/roll off skip, which are able to handle large volumes of waste, which makes them perfect for bigger building projects – of course due to their large size London skip hire of such skips might be precluded from public roads.

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This article was published on 2010/09/27