At AMA Skip Hire we have seen our fair share of weird waste, and so decided to scour the web for this blog post to bring you just some of the strangest items ever to be found in skips.
Hiring a skip for your house or flat - rules and regulations around skip hire
When hiring a skip to remove rubbish from your house, flat or even garden, you may be unaware of the environmental and safety regulations surrounding skip hire that may affect you. Our aim is to highlight some of the issues regarding domestic skip hire and what risks you could put yourself and others at if they are not adhered to.
With Christmas over and the new year in full swing, your house, like many, may be starting to look a little cluttered. With the New Year comes a fresh start and what better way to set yourself up for 2014 than clearing out all that unwanted rubbish.
Maybe you're planning a refurbishment or extension of your house, clearing space for a new arrival or simply need to make better use of the ...
Starting a new project can be daunting. Clearing a site, renovating a house or clearing out your office is a big task, and waste management is a large part of any project, especially if you want to dispose of any rubbish responsibly. You might find yourself asking: What size skip do I need? Where can I keep it? What help can I get?
It may not come as a surprise to learn that industry is the top producer of waste in developed countries. There is a high amount of material rendered useless during manufacturing processes. Much of this could be reused or recycled, apart from hazardous waste, which requires proper disposal.
A large proportion of industrial waste is hazardous, because industrial processes often involve ...