Most of the queries we receive are related to skip hire, so this section is focused on answering some of the most common questions we get asked. If you can’t find the answer to your question here, please call us on 01483 504595 or contact us.
The skip size you’ll need depends on the volume of waste you expect to produce. Whether you are renovating, landscaping or having a big clear out, there’s a budget-friendly skip solution for you.
Call Chambers on 01483 504595 and we will be happy to discuss options with you.
The price of a skip hire service depends on the size you need, the permit required, the hire duration and where you are located.
Please use the search option on our website to view your local skip hire costs.
Skip hire is an environmentally friendly way of disposing of waste. It allows you to remove waste in bulk, without having to make numerous journeys to a depot.
At Chambers, we recycle up to 98% of the materials recovered from skips, making it our most sustainable way of removing waste.
Why not try a dumpy bag? These one-tonne, cost-effective containers are ideal for refurbishment or demolition projects and are easy to store.
Alternatively, we can obtain a permit through your local council and arrange for your skip to be placed on the road, for a small admin fee of £10.
If you order by 3pm, a skip can generally be delivered the next day if no road permit is required.
If in doubt, please contact us on 01483 504595.
Waste is generally considered hazardous if it (or the material or substances it contains) are harmful to humans or the environment. The following materials must not be placed into your skip:
- Food Waste
- Tree Roots
- Liquid Chemicals
- Fire Extinguishers
- Fluorescent Tubes
- Used Absorbents
- Contaminated Soils
- Fuel Filters
- Photo Chemicals
- TV Screens
- Oil Filters
- Animal Bi-Products
- Computer Monitors
- Oil Lubricants
- Cleaning Chemicals
- The following Items will incur additional Costs:
Non Asbestos Cement Bonded roofing Sheet
Please contact us for further information.
The skip hire period available for online orders is generally 1 week. If you need to hire a skip for an extended period of time, this can be arranged with our sales team.
Damage is very unlikely but if this does happen, please be assured that our team will discuss this with you. Our drivers are professional, very experienced and will make every effort to ensure no damage is caused.
Yes! Our skip hire services are still available for both domestic and business purposes throughout lockdown.
If your business generates a lot of waste, you might think you need to hire a number of skips to collect it all in. In this situation, our REL (Rear End Loader) and RORO (roll-on roll-off) container service offers a much more convenient and cost-effective solution.
Commercial and demolition waste can be disposed of in a skip, dumpy bag or grab lorry. If you have a waste carrier licence, you can tip on a COD basis at our Guildford depot or with an account at our Guildford or Aldershot depots.
Our waste disposal sites are the most competitively priced within the local area.
Waste and recycling sites must be fully permitted and subject to inspections by the Environment Agency and local council, ensuring that all waste is handled safely and within the law.
The most cost-effective option depends on the type of waste you wish to dispose of. Call 01483 504595 and one of our operators will be happy to discuss our budget-friendly solutions with you.
Hazardous waste must be managed and collected separately to non-hazardous materials and disposed of at a licensed waste disposal site like Chambers Group.
Chambers is licensed by the Environment Agency to recycle and process hazardous materials. Call us on 01483 504595 and we will be happy to discuss this with you.
Waste is generally considered hazardous if it (or the material or substances it contains) are harmful to humans or the environment. The following list of materials and objects must not be placed in your skip. Please discuss disposal options with our team:
• Chemicals, such as brake fluid or print toner
• Oils (except edible ones), such as car oil
• Equipment containing ozone depleting substances, like fridges
• Hazardous waste containers
We encourage our customers to do the following:
• Reduce the amounts of materials used, where possible, e.g. paper
• Source reusable options
• Donate anything useful
• Recycle when you can’t avoid waste
• Compost where you can
We are committed to helping our customers reduce the environmental impact of their waste production. For more information on how we dispose of waste, call us on 01483 504595 and we will be happy to discuss this with you.
The container you need depends on the type of waste you produce. Dry, mixed waste must be recycled in commercial recycling bins. If your business generates a large amount of food waste, separate bins must be used.
We have many container options to satisfy your waste disposal requirements, from a 240-litre bin to a grab truck. Please call Chambers to discuss bin options that are suitable for you.