Omni Waste Management
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How Long Does It Take For A Skip To Be Delivered?
We offer a same/next day delivery service although if you require a permit this can take up to 48 hours to obtain so please factor this into your plans.
What size skips do you have for hire?
We supply skips in sizes ranging from 4 yards to 40 yards.
What is the minimum time I can hire a skip for?
Do I need a permit for a skip?
If you don’t have a driveway, garden or other private land at your home to place the skip on to you will need to apply for a council permit to have the skip placed on the roadside. The council charge for these permits and we are able to apply for your permit on your behalf. It normally takes between 24 and 48 hours to receive the permit, so please allow for this time when placing an order.
Will A Skip Fit On My Driveway?
Your drive will need to 8 foot (2.4m) wide to allow our truck access. It will also need to be free from low hanging trees and power lines that may cause an obstruction.
Will My Driveway Be Damaged By Putting A Skip On It?
Some driveways, particularly those which are block paved or have a soft tarmac surface, are susceptible to damage.
How Do I Pay For A Skip?
All skips can be paid for prior to hiring, by all major credit cards or cash. We are able to take payment over the phone. Our online booking system is coming soon and you’ll be able to easily order your skip online.
How full can the skip be?
All skips should be filled no higher than the height of the sides and should be level loaded. If you overfill your skip you risk us not being able to remove it and incurring further costs to remove the extra waste. Overloaded skips are unsafe to load on our trucks so please ensure you keep to these guidelines for your safety, the safety of our drivers.
What Can I Put In A Skip?
Here is a list of what is acceptable but if you have some waste you are unsure about please contact our helpful team for advice.
- Green Waste
- Non-electrical fittings
What Can’t I Put In A skip?
Here is a list of what we CANNOT be disposed of in our skips. If you have some waste you are unsure about please contact our helpful team for advice.
- Fridges & Freezers
- Plasterboard (call us for advice on this)
- Gas Bottles & Cylinders (full or empty)
- Clinical Waste & Syringes
- Hazardous & Toxic Waste
- Oils & Filters (engine, hydraulic & cooking)
- Petrol & Diesel
- Fluorescent Tubes
- Liquids & Sludge
- Paint & Paint Tins (unless empty)
- Computer Towers & Monitors
- Electrical Goods (Televisions, Cookers, Fans, Toasters, Telephones, Microwaves)
Do You Recycle The Skip Contents?
Yes. We aim to recycle 100% of all our waste through our own processing facility in Tunbridge Wells, thereby reducing the need to send waste to landfill.
How Do I Stop Other People Using My Skip?
If you are placing your skip in a public place and are worried about it being accessed by unauthorised people, we have a number of enclosed skips and roll on roll off containers that will allow you to secure your waste.
How do I arrange for my skip to be collected?
Simply call one of our team 48 hours before to arrange collection.
What If I’m Not Finished With The Skip By The Scheduled Collection Date?
Do You Deliver At Weekends?
We have limited Saturday delivery slots so please call to discuss your requirements.
Do You Offer Business/Trade Accounts?
Business Accounts are available, subject to certain qualifying criteria. As registered waste carriers, we can also dispose of your commercial waste at our Tunbridge wells site. Please call our Commercial Team to discuss this further.