If you had enough of queuing at your local tip, the Bag It service from Skoup could be the ideal solution for you. Our team can collect from as little as 5 bags of waste and up to 50 bags. To ensure the amount of waste from landfill is minimised, there are a few items and materials that should not be put in a bag. Generally speaking, our Bag It service is for dry, light compactable waste - you can put any loose rubbish in a bag with the exception of bulky items, hazardous waste or electrical items. Please note that any household or small business general waste bags should weigh 5 to maximum 10 kilos.
What can you put in a Bag?
You can put in your Bag the following: general waste, recycling, textiles, small bric-a-brac items that can fit inside household waste bins and light duty garden waste such as plants, small twigs and debris. You can also add food scraps, but please ensure the bags are securely tied.
What can you not put in a Bag?
The following items cannot be disposed of in a bag: any sharp items such as broken glass or knives, hazardous or clinical waste, oils or oil soaked materials, liquids, rubble/ rubble bags, spray cans/ pressurised containers, lithium ion batteries, waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE), and any large items that do not fit in a tied household waste bag.
If the item you wish to put in a bag is not in any of the above lists, please contact us for confirmation.