There are occasions where using a skip is a must, that is mainly when disposing of heavy material's such as soil and hardcore etc. MCS can provide you with skips between 3 - 16 yards. Like Skips roll on roll offs have their place when removing waste, in most cases roll on roll offs are used when sites have no alternative but to use a waste chute.
Please note the majority of councils will not allow these containers to be placed on a public highway therefore an off-road location is essential when hiring these containers. 20 yard containers can be used for heavy materials whereas 40 yard containers are used only for light materials. Once again we can provide these in a range of different sizes from a 16-40 yard.
How to use your Skip / Roll-On-Off
If you have any problems with your skip at all, always contact us. Problems at weekends are more difficult to resolve than during the week so please bare this in mind.
Because skip hire involves heavy haulage, it is not always possible to give you an exact time for delivery. We are very flexible and will always try our best to fit in with your plans.
Skips must be level loaded and NOT overloaded. Not only can this prove a problem in picking up the skip, it also poses a hazard to motorists and pedestrians, and is highly illegal. The correct way of loading is for the waste inside not to exceed the top of the walls of the skip, particularly if the waste is predominately brick and rubble.
For health and safety reasons, we reserve the right to "level" the waste on picking up the skip if it is deemed unsuitable for transit.
MCS will not accept the following: computer monitors, televisions, full paint cans, aerosols, gas canisters, tyres, fridges or freezers in the skip, but please give us a call so we can make alternative arrangements.
In NO circumstances should a fire be started in a skip.
The skip must not be moved from the position on site that was agreed by the customer and the MCS driver.
MCS does NOT accept asbestos in skips / containers unless contacted prior to disposal, to arrange Asbestos disposal, please contact the office.
Please ensure that the agreed position for the skip is clear of any obstruction.
You do not need a permit to put a skip down on private property as long as you have the landowner's permission.
However if a skip needs to be placed on a public site, such as road side a permit must be applied for. For a small charge MCS can organise these permits for you, but please be aware that we can only work as fast as the council that issue them.