You may need a Roll-On-Roll-Off skip for larger commercial sites because the volume of the waste produced or the nature of the waste itself could be too large to fit inside a traditional skip. Roll-On-Roll-Off skips or RoRo’s as they are known in the trade, are specially designed to cater to any type of waste. They are also available in a range of sizes from 20 yards to 40 yards, from Skip It.
Read on to find out more about hiring a RoRo skip below.
What is a RoRo skip?
A RoRo skip is designed to be much larger in size and to hold more waste by volume compared to a traditional smaller skip for domestic use. It is precisely this nature that makes them ideal for commercial use, allowing them to contain and dispose of a high volume of waste, whether it’s for a multi-storey clear-out, demolition or construction site, or even ongoing manufacturing waste – a RoRo is the right way to go.
Skip It is able to supply RoRo skips all across London to help you manage the waste at your commercial site. Contact our friendly team today to find out how we can help you with a RoRo!
How can a RoRo help your commercial site?
If you have a large amount of waste that needs to be removed from a commercial building or demolition site, then a RoRo skip will be the most efficient way to do this. You can help to reduce your waste management costs as well as keep on-site disruption to a minimum with a RoRo as there will be less need for repeat waste collections.
Not only that, but you can also help to reduce the carbon footprint of your commercial project by using a RoRo skip, due to the fact that multiple waste collections will result in a greater volume of fuel emissions. It really is a no-brainer!
How much does it cost to hire a Roll-On-Roll-Off Skip?
The cost of hiring a RoRo skip will depend on a few factors. The first consideration will be the size of the RoRo that you request. At Skip It, you will be able to choose from a range of RoRos, that range from 20 yards to 40 yards, which will give you the flexibility to suit a number of different requirements.
However, the size of the RoRo you need will vary depending on the volume of waste that your commercial site is expected to produce. If you are unsure as to which size RoRo you may need to hire, then you can contact our friendly team who will be more than happy to guide you through our options. We will work with you to ensure that you will be provided with the most efficient sized RoRo to leave as little wasted space as possible.
What kind of waste do RoRos take?
There is almost nothing that a RoRo commercial skip can’t handle, but typically the waste we collect from them will include hardcore waste e.g. rubble, brick, masonry and steel beams, right the way through to a mixture of house clearance materials like glass, furniture and bathroom and kitchen fittings, to name but a few.
Our RoRo’s can also take groundworks waste such as building sand, ballast, gravel, topsoil, crushed concrete, limestone suds, rock chalk and gabion stone too.
At Skip It, we are committed to looking after the natural environment so we ensure that 95 per cent of all the waste we collect from commercial sites will be recycled by our network of accredited local recycling stations. You will also receive all the required waste management paperwork from us too so that your project will remain compliant.
Skip It offers a variety of RoRo hire skips to suit all commercial sites. Contact our friendly and professional team to find out how we can help you today.
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