Roll On Roll Off / RORO
RoRo Skip Hire In Somerset and Devon
Roll on Roll off skips, also known as RoRo skips or RoRos are a great waste management solution for the disposal of bulky construction waste. After all, instead of using two or three builder’s skips, why not choose to hire a RoRo skip and have one large container?
Wasteology provide a fast and reliable grab hire service for the collection of waste for Residential, Commercial, Construction and Industrial Waste.
Wasteology can provide Roll on Roll off skip hire services to construction businesses in Somerset and Devon, so if you’re interested in hiring a RoRo give our team a call today on 01823 672 900
Our comprehensive range of RoRos include options for skip size such as 20 cubic yard and 40 cubic yard, and also includes different types of containers for example, open, enclosed, and compactor containers.
For example, our most popular RoRo is an open top container with rear door access, providing a RoRo skip that’s easy to load.
Areas Covered for RORO Hire
Choose Wasteology for
- Our vehicles have real time tracking
- Services can be booked 24 hours a day 7 days a week, however out of hour’s charges may apply
- Accreditations: ISO 14001:2015; ISO 9001:2015; Halving Waste to Landfill; BS OHSAS 4500:2018
What are the advantages of a RoRo Waste Service for Construction Sites?
We can provide a time-efficient and cost-effective service for construction wastes. Some of the advantages of choosing Wasteology are:
- Reliable scheduled collections thanks to real-time tracking of all vehicles.
- Recycle Reports.
- Full licenced and supporting accreditation Certificates .
- Services can be booked 24 hours a day 7 days a week. (However, please note that out of hours charges may apply).
- The Wasteology transport department is available for booking from 08:00 to 17:00.
- Most waste materials collected are treated at our Waste Transfer Station which are located in Wellington Somerset.
Things To Remember
1. Ensure Adequate Access
In addition to making sure that the skip is the correct size for the skip itself, you also need to make sure that there is adequate access for the lorry to drop off and collect your RoRo skip.
2. Ensure The Skip Is Placed In A Safe Location
Please remember that skips cannot be located directly below trees. Additionally, unlike ‘regular skips’ which require a permit to be placed on a public highway, RoRo skips cannot be placed on public highways for any reason.
3. Ensure Waste Is Suitable
It is important to remember that you are legally responsible for the contents inside the RoRo skip. This means that in addition to ensuring that the waste is suitable and complies with out terms and conditions, it must also not be
overloaded; as an overloaded skip is a hazard. In the event of an overloaded skip, our lorry drivers reserve the right to remove excess waste from the RoRo, or refuse to remove the RoRo skip (which may incur a wasted journey charge).
Skip/ RORO Licence/Permits
A RORO Licence or sometimes called a Skip Permit may be required if the RORO/skip is located on a public highway. Wasteology can apply to the appropriate Local Authority. All waste materials are treated at our Waste Transfer Station where recycling is optimised when processed through our Material Recovery Facility.
What size ROROs are available?
If you are interested in hiring a RORO, you could choose from the following sizes.
20 Yard RORO
Our 20 yard RORO have a capacity (m3) of 15.3m3, and a capacity (yd3) of 20yd3.
The 20 yard RORO have a height of 1900mm, a length of 6050mm and a width of 2400mm.
30 Yard RORO
Our 30 yard RORO have a capacity (m3) of 23m3, and a capacity (yd3) of 30yd3.
The 30 yard RORO have a height of 2680mm, a length of 5850mm, and a width of 2380mm.
40 Yard RORO
Our 40 yard skips have a capacity (m3) of 20.5m3, and a capacity (yd3) of 40yd3.
The 40 yard RORO have a height of 3000mm, a length of 6050mm, and a width of 2400mm.