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Found 22nd Jul
Really handy - fill with all sorts of things. Far cheaper than a skip.
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Not far cheaper than a skip with rubble etc or even necessarily cheaper than a skip especially for large volumes
Edited by: "jamhops" 22nd Jul
jamhops4 m ago

Not far cheaper than a skip with rubble etc or even necessarily cheaper …Not far cheaper than a skip with rubble etc or even necessarily cheaper than a skip especially for large volumes



It's more expensive than a skip, then?

Or not.

I'm confused.
Human waste?
Thanks to the op for the reminder that these exist: people who don't often need a skip may not be aware of these as an alternative.
Wow. For the biggest one, it is double the price of a skip were i live.
Not far cheaper than a skip then! Far from it!
shalton1 m ago

Wow. For the biggest one, it is double the price of a skip were i live.Not …Wow. For the biggest one, it is double the price of a skip were i live.Not far cheaper than a skip then! Far from it!


Depends where you live! ;-)
fanpages35 m ago

It's more expensive than a skip, then?Or not.I'm confused.


If you are getting the smallest one then may be cost effective but I would still call up and ask the local skip companies as for my area skips are cheaper.

It is also good if you don't have space for a big skip. To add another option if it is a large quantity of clean rubble or soil some areas you can get someone to us the claw lorry (thing) to pick it up way cheaper then both options
Edited by: "jamhops" 22nd Jul
jamhops3 m ago

If you are getting the smallest one then may be cost effective but I would …If you are getting the smallest one then may be cost effective but I would still call up and ask the local skip companies as for my area skips are cheaper.



Pygmy hippos are the best.

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fanpages3 m ago

Pygmy hippos are the best.[Image] .


I would recommend just chucking it in with household waste if it's that size
jamhops1 m ago

I would recommend just chucking it in with household waste if it's that …I would recommend just chucking it in with household waste if it's that size



We've obviously found your chosen specialised subject here.

Everybody should have a hobby. Good for you.
Got the medium one at the moment to clear out my garden, decent size. Nice thing with them is you’re not time restricted like with a skip. You can order the bag then arrange collection up to 6 months after ordering
Weight limits kill these. And the cost is only. Effective for the medium bags I think as long as your not getting rid of a lot of rubble etc
I can get a skip local to me for £60 and it’s far bigger than the £110 midi one on here...
What a rip off🙉🙉🙉🙉

Just get a skip much cheaper!
Skip is cheaper, these tend to be slightly more convienient.
Has anyone order a skip and it turns up while your out? and come back to find it nearly full and neighbours just look on say ' I saw nothing". We had a house fire and needed a skip we ended up having to get a second delivered while the builder were there as we feel another builder dumped their van content in it.
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