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Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need a skip permit ?
You don’t need a skip permit if you want to put a skip on a road with no parking restrictions. You need a permit if you want to put a skip on a road with parking restrictions . Please see: http://www.dublincity.ie/traffic-permits
What time can you deliver my skip at?
Drop off and collection times can be arranged when ordering your skip.We begin our skip deliveries at 7am. Due to the nature of our business it is difficult for us to give an exact time of delivery, however if you require a skip for a certain time we will do our best to meet your needs.
How long can I keep the skip for?
Our skips are generally hired for three days at a time. If you require the skip for longer than 3 days extra charges may be applicable.
Can you drop and collect in the same day?
We will do our best to accommodate requests like this wherever possible.
Do your prices include VAT?
All prices include VAT unless otherwise stated.
How full can I load the skip?
Please keep all waste level with the sides of the skip. Do not use boards to build up the sides of the skip. Please do not overload.
What is a level load?
A level load is a widely used term in the skip industry. For health & safety reasons any skip driver cannot take a skip that has contents that are above the side of the skip. To assist with this we include a level load line on each skip. The level load line is detailed below.
What VAT is charged?
VAT is charged at 13.5% on services and 23% on products.
Where does my full skip go?
Greyhound guarantees to recycle as much of your waste as possible. We defer over 90% of waste from landfill.
What can I put in my skip?
- Household waste – beds, sofas etc.
- Paper and paper products
- Mixed recycables
- Garden waste
What is not accepted in my skip?
- Harzadous waste – tyres, oils, petrols, paints etc.
- Pressurised containers
- Electrical items – Fridges, cookers, TV’s etc.
- Clinical waste – such as needles, dressings etc
- Florescent lighting
- Chemical Waste
- Kitchen and food waste
- Top Soil/ Rubble (For enquires on this waste type please contact the Commercial Department directly)
What happens if I overload the skip?
An overloaded skip is a hazard. The lorry may struggle to lift the skip, and your overfilled waste can be dangerous to transport. If your skip is overloaded, the driver may not take the risk to lift it. You might be asked to remove the extra waste. We advise all customers that skips should be filled in line with the side of the skip and never built up.
What happens to my waste?
Your waste is brought to a regulated processing facility and the waste is segregated to ensure we achieve the best recycling rates for you. Through this process, we ensure that waste is not brought to landfill unnecessarily.