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Skip bag alternative

Hippo Bag

AnyJunk (man & van service)

  • Clearance & sweep-up included
  • No access issues - clear from anywhere
  • No need to guess load size beforehand
  • Obligation free quote provided on site
  • Take most waste types incl. fridges
  • No weight limit
  • 48 hours response time
  • No skip permit required

Skip bag (like Hippo Bag)

  • Fill the bag yourself, supplier removes it
  • Access constraints - must be close to road
  • Fixed load size based on bag
  • Fixed price paid in advance
  • Prohibited items (e.g. mattress/dishwasher)
  • Weight limit of 1.0 to 1.5 tonnes
  • Bag delivery/purchase + 5 days collection
  • Permit required if placed on the road
"Friendly, reliable & very strong staff made the removal of a LOT of heavy stones / builder's debris easy, quick & affordable." ☆☆☆☆☆ Hannie rated AnyJunk 5 stars 2012

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Skip bag - how does it work?

A skip bag is a canvas bag used like a small skip to get rid of waste. Suppliers include Hippobag (part of Hippowaste), Bag-it, Rhino bag and Skip Bag. You buy the bags online or from DIY stores and builders merchants. They mainly come in two sizes – 1.0 cubic yard and 1.5 cubic yards. Hippo Bag also offers a 4.5 cubic yard bag. Once you have filled the bag, you contact the supplier or another waste disposal company to arrange a collection. Collection is by a lorry using a crane attachment and normally takes around a week from when you call. For access issues the bag needs to be placed close to the road and clear of things like trees or overhead wires that might obstruct the operation of the crane. If you put a skip bag on a public highway or pavement, you need to arrange and pay extra for a skip permit from your local council. Skip bags like hippobags are best suited for getting rid of small amounts of heavy, loose waste like rubble and soil. Electrical appliances, batteries, mattresses and gas bottles are not allowed.

National coverage

We cover the majority of the UK directly, with depots in Birmingham, Bristol & Bath, Edinburgh, Essex, Exeter, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool, London, Luton, Manchester, Newcastle, Southampton & Portsmouth. We are also able to offer national waste disposal solutions for large commercial customers.

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