Barnsley Council Skip Permits

Need to obtain a skip hire permit? Barnsley council skip permits can be arranged on your behalf if needed.

Contact us using the form below or call us today on 01226 308023 to discuss your requirement!


What Do Barnsley Council Skip Permits Involve?

If you're looking at skip hire in Barnsley, there are several things to consider. One of these is whether you need to get the usual skip hire permit Barnsley council requires if your project involves leaving your skip in a public place like a road or public footpath.

Registered skip hire companies such as Skip Hire Barnsley can obtain Barnsley council skip permits for our customers where necessary. Just bear in mind that the council requires a notice period of at least 5 days so you'll need to think ahead.

Whether you need a skip hire permit or not, Barnsley council have certain legal requirements that you need to  be aware of, as well as health and safety guidelines that you must follow when hiring a skip. Call us now on 01226 308023 to get all of the information you need and obtain a quote.

What can I throw in a skip?

The items that you can dispose of in a skip include the following: wood, plastic, organic waste such as garden rubbish, metal, furniture, fixtures, non-electrical fittings, cardboard, bricks, rubble, uncontaminated soil and general domestic waste.




What can't I throw in a skip?

There are a number of things that must never be thrown away in a skip, some obvious and some slightly less obvious. Anything potentially dangerous must be disposed of separately, as well as many other items and substances that have to be managed in a different way for environmental reasons.

Common sense will usually tell you what you can and cannot put in your skip but here is a breakdown of the most common things that must never be thrown away in a skip: televisions, computer screens/monitors, electrical equipment, refrigerators, freezers, batteries, tyres, paint, paint cans, pressurised gas containers, asbestos, clinical or medical waste, fluorescent tubes, chemicals, solvents, liquids, oil, petrol, diesel, plasterboard and any hazardous or toxic materials of any kind.

If you're unsure about anything, just ask us - Skip Hire Barnsley are here to help!

Is there anything else I need to be aware of when applying for Barnsley council skip permits?

If you're applying for a skip hire permit yourself, Barnsley council will require you to provide a few basic details as part of the application process.

These include: the size of the skip you're looking to hire, where you plan to put it, any other works that are taking place in the immediate area which might disrupt traffic flow, how long you plan to keep the skip, any parking restrictions that are in place at the location you plan to put the skip and whether you have obtained any necessary parking suspensions.

They will also want to know what you are using the skip for. 

HELP WITH BARNSLEY COUNCIL SKIP PERMITS AND MORE...

We know that hiring a skip is just a small part of your project so at Skip Hire Barnsley we go out of our way to make it as hassle-free as possible so you can concentrate on the things that matter.

We can arrange skip permits from Barnsley council, offer speedy delivery and collection and advice on the best skip sizes to meet your requirements.

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Barnsley, South Yorkshire S71 3LR
United Kingdom
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