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.
An overloaded skip is a hazard. If your skip is overloaded, the driver reserves the right to refuse to lift the skip or advise of an extra charge. However, it is always an option for you to remove the extra waste prior to skip removal. Meaning that the skip must be brought back down to a level load.
Household waste – beds, sofas etc.
Paper and paper products
Please Note: When ordering a skip please ensure that you give us as much information as possible about what sort of waste is going into the skip as this may affect the price.
Hazardous waste – tyres, oils, petrol, paints etc.
Electrical items – Fridges, cookers, TV’s etc.
Clinical waste – such as needles, dressings etc
Kitchen and food waste
Top Soil/ Rubble
You are legally responsible for the contents of the skip you hire. You need to ensure that the waste disposed of in the skip is suitable for general disposal and that the skip is not overloaded.
Skips can be bought online through our online booking system or by calling us on 01 4667008.
Debit/Credit Card over the phone or securely via our website.
By topping up your Greyhound account and discussing with our skip sales team.
Please Note: All payments must be made either on or prior to delivery.
If dropping in your driveway you must have 9 1/2 ft clearance for our truck to enter. If you do not have this clearance, unfortunately, we are unable to drop skips over walls.
If you are living in a Permit Parking Area and are unable to fit your skip into your driveway, you must contact your local council to have a skip permit organised. We advise you of this prior to checkout online.