What Happens to Skip Hire Waste in Woking?
If you've used a cheap skip hire company before, have you ever stopped to think about what happens to the waste you've loaded? Fox & Vixens Skip Hire cover the Woking area as an ethical company with a sound approach to environmental care. When you order skips from us, we make sure that your waste is controlled in line with current industry legislation.
We're always on hand to let our Woking customers know what can and can't be put into a skip. Understandably, skip hire needs to be properly managed if we are to minimise the type of waste that ends up at landfill. While general and inert waste is acceptable, we've listed some of the products and materials that can't be put into skips for your consideration:
- White Goods
- Domestic Appliances
- Paints and Liquids
- Oils and Solvents
- Diesel and Petrol
- Food and Edible Waste
- Clinical Waste
- Asbestos Waste
- Fluorescent Tubes
- Flammable Materials
- Hazardous Materials
- Batteries and Tyres
Recycling Skip Hire Waste from Collections in Woking
After we've collected skips from your site project in Woking, Fox & Vixens Skip Hire go to work the moment everything is returned to our depot in Chertsey. We screen and process materials derived from our cheap skip hire services at source and, wherever possible, we recycle as much waste as possible. Our recycling rate is approximately 90%.
Any remaining waste from our skips goes to landfill. By maintaining such high recycling rates, we can inspire confidence amongst customers in the Woking area who have their own concerns about environmental sustainability. Just because we have a great reputation for providing cheap skip hire services, it doesn't mean we cut any corners with recycling.
We want our Woking clients to use our services without concerns. Whenever you hire a skip through Fox & Vixens Skip Hire, responsible waste management will always be at the forefront of our minds. By helping us control the materials that go into our skips, customers have a vital role to play in maintaining local and regional environmental care.