Rollonoff FAQs

DO YOU HAVE THE REQUIRED PERMITS AND LICENCES?
Clearun Recycling Limited is fully licensed by the Environment Agency as a waste carrier, waste broker and waste manager and has been providing skip hire in London for over 30 years. Our Materials Recycling Facility is licensed to process 100,000 tonnes of waste a year. Our vehicles are fully licensed by the Department of Transport and fully insured. Our drivers are all licensed for heavy goods vehicles and are highly experienced in transporting, loading and off loading rollonoff's.

HOW DO YOU CHARGE FOR ROLLONOFF HIRE?
Your price is calculated based on the size of the rollonoff you require, the nature of the contents and your location.

DO YOU RECYCLE THE CONTENTS OF THE ROLLONOFF?
At Clearun Recycling Limited, we recover 95% of the waste brought to our site. We reuse and recycle as much as possible and the remaining waste is recovered as ready-to-use fuel. None of the waste in your rollonoff will go to landfill. Visit our main website to see our Materials Recycling Facility where the contents of your skip will be processed and also to see where materials go once they leave our site.

WHAT CAN I PUT IN THE ROLLONOFF?
Cardboard, Concrete, Hardcore, Metal, Paper, Plastic,Plasterboard, Soil, Wood (all grades) and all other commercial/industrial waste.

WHAT CAN'T I PUT IN THE ROLLONOFF?
For legal reasons, there are materials that we are unable to take away in a skip. These include: Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (including Fridges, Microwaves, Hairdryers, Radios, TVs, Computers, Kettles and Toasters), Gas bottles, Chemicals and solvents, Batteries, Clinical waste (such as Syringes, Soiled dressings, Medicine bottles), Liquids (such as oil), Tyres and Asbestos.

HOW DO I ARRANGE FOR THE ROLLONOFF TO BE EMPTIED?
When you are ready to have your rollonoff collected or exchanged, just give us a call on 0208 037 1330 / 07535 411 441, or email us and we will arrange it. Please give us at least 24 hours notice.

HOW DO I STOP FLY TIPPING IN MY SKIP?
If you are concerned about fly tipping in your skip, you may want to consider hiring an enclosed skip. We would be happy to discuss this option with you. You can report fly tipping to your local council, contact details will be available on their website.

Get in touch if you have any more questions for us.