How long before my skip is delivered

Depending on your location, and when the skip is ordered we can usually deliver your skip at 24 hours notice, but in most cases we aim to deliver the same day. If the skip is to be placed on a public highway you will need a council permit. Local council permits usually take 24 hours to obtain, but could take longer depending on the council. With most councils Permits are valid for a period of 28 days.

How do I book a skip

You can either complete our simple booking form and one of our friendly staff will call you back to confirm your booking. or call us on Sheffield 01142 123456 or Rotherham 01709 870900. You can pay for your skip at the time of ordering over the phone via credit/debit card, or we can arrange to take cash payment on delivery.

How do I get a permit? Can you do this for me?

You will need a permit from the local counil if your skip is to be placed on public land, this includes footpaths, grass verges and the public highway. In most cases we can arrange the permit for you, a process that normally takes 24 hours, but we can advice you specifically if you have any questions around permits.

Please note any skips placed in gardens or driveways are placed there at your own risk. We do not accept any responsibility for any damage occurred through delivery or collection.

How long can I keep it?

Our standard skip hire is for a maximum period of 1 week, but we can arrange for longer periods if required. If you are booking online then please indicate this in the “Special Instructions” section of the booking form or simply let us know when you are completing your booking over the phone

What can I put in my skip?

Bricks, rubble, wood, metal, hard core, furniture, furnishings, gas cookers, plastics, cardboard, polystyrene, domestic waste (excluding food waste), soil.

FOR SAFETY REASONS PLEASE DO NOT OVERFILL YOUR SKIP, AS WE WILL BE UNABLE TO COLLECT IT.

What can’t I put in my skip

Fridges, freezers, asbestos, electric cookers and fans, toasters, televisions, computers and computer screens (CRT’s), microwaves, batteries of all types (including power tool batteries), tyres, plasterboard, hydraulic oil, engine oil, cooking oil, oil filters, medical waste, gas bottles & cylinders, liquid solvents such as paint or glue, bleach, detergents, fluorescent tubes, paint tins/cans, food waste.

Any prohibited items from the above list will be removed from the skip when emptied and placed in quarantine. If any of the above items are found, you will incur further charges for the correct disposal of the items and you may be fined by the Environment Agency.

Do you recycle?

At TKL we provide a comprehensive waste management service and we seek to recycle 100% of material rather than Landfill. We have numerous waste transfer sites to service Sheffield, Rotherham, Barnsley, Doncaster and their surrounding suburbs.