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Types of waste that should not be placed in a skip or grab load. These typically include:
Types of waste that should not be placed in a skip or grab load.
These typically include:
Hazardous Waste: Items such as asbestos, paint or paint cans, solvents, oils, batteries, gas cylinders, pesticides, medical waste, or any other substances classified as hazardous or toxic.
Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE): Items like fridges, freezers, televisions, computers, monitors, fluorescent tubes, or any other electronic devices that contain hazardous components.
Liquids: Liquids such as oils, solvents, chemicals, adhesives, or any other liquid waste should not be disposed of in a skip.
Plasterboard: Some skip hire companies have specific rules regarding the disposal of plasterboard due to its potential to release harmful gases when combined with certain waste materials.
Tyres: Most skip hire companies do not allow the disposal of tyres in skips due to their bulky nature and potential for environmental harm.
Asbestos: Asbestos-containing materials are highly regulated due to their hazardous nature, and special procedures and disposal methods are required for their handling.
Batteries: Batteries, including car batteries and household batteries, should not be placed in a skip due to the risk of leaks and environmental contamination.
Fluorescent Tubes: These contain small amounts of mercury and can be disposed of directly by contacting us.
Overloaded Skips: You may incur extra costs if the skips are above the legally permitted weight.
If you are unsure and need advice from waste experts, please contact Waste Cloud Ltd at 0333 121 1056. or email firstname.lastname@example.org