The largest among all of the Roll-on Roll-off skips is the 40 yard RORO skip. It is also the largest available skip in the UK. They are mostly hired by clients for industrial and commercial jobs that produce enormous amounts of rubbish. Roll-on Roll- off skips are enourmous, and 40 yard skips typically measure 20 feet Long x 8 feet Wide x 8.5 feet High (6.10m x 2.44m x 1.07m), and they can take as much as 440 black bin bags of waste.
The 40 yard Roll-on Roll-off skips are the choice for industrial and commercial waste removal projects. They are mostly used in constructions sites for disposing of large amounts of construction waste, heavy materials and bulky items.
Skip hire permits are only required for skips intended to be placed on council owned land and premises. They normally cost £15 to £60 depending on the council. If the skips are going to be placed on privately owned properties, there are no permits required.
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The next step up from a traditional skip, Roll On, Roll Off skips (also known as RoRo skips) are ideal for construction and industrial organisations who need to dispose of a high volume of waste – from demolition and construction, through to multi-storey clear-outs and ongoing manufacturing waste.
Although our 40 yard RORO skips are also occasionally hired by domestic clients, they are better suited to the commercial and industrial sectors.
A 40 yard RORO skip offer a number of benefits over traditional skips, allowing you to store and dispose of large amounts of waste effectively and efficiently.
Thanks to their extra-large dimensions, Roll On, Roll Off skips can accommodate a huge amount of waste. This means you’ll be able to cut down on overall waste management costs, minimise on-site disruption with less collections, and reduce your carbon footprint.
However, it’s important to note that, due to their size, you will require sufficient site access for them to be stored, delivered and picked up.