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7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months ago
Hi there just wondering if anyone can help me

i wanna get rid of the junk in my garden, theres like tons of plaster, bricks, a set of settee

intend to order a skip just wondering anybody got any good suggestion? i am from north east

how much wil it cost to get one?
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7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months ago
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#1
we paid about £75 for ours .. it was a big one though and we kept it for 5 days but that was in the midlands
#2
I had a look on yell.com, phoned some companies for quotes
#3
why dont you try ringing your local council and ask them about rubbish removal. it may be cheaper
#4
Most councils offer a free collection for big things, this is the policy for Newcastle. If you could get them to take the bulk you may be able to fit the rest in a car and save a few quid.
#5
melipona
Most councils offer a free collection for big things, this is the policy for Newcastle. If you could get them to take the bulk you may be able to fit the rest in a car and save a few quid.


Not free in northumberland now unfortunately.
#6
thanks for the advice

will it be a difference how many days i keep the skip? i just want it for a day
#7
what about a hippo bag - Hippo Bag
#8
richp
what about a hippo bag - Hippo Bag


quite expensive for d collection charge
thanks anyway
#9
Hi. We used Moody's in Bedlington as we had a load of rubble. We got the largest with a drop down door (so we could wheel a barrow into it rather than having to lift thr barrow to empty it) and it was about £125. They delivered it one day and picked it up the next as requested, though they say just to ring when you want it collected if you need it for a few days.
#10
Sandypie
Hi. We used Moody's in Bedlington as we had a load of rubble. We got the largest with a drop down door (so we could wheel a barrow into it rather than having to lift thr barrow to empty it) and it was about £125. They delivered it one day and picked it up the next as requested, though they say just to ring when you want it collected if you need it for a few days.


thanks
steep price for a skip!

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