Thanks to the experienced team at R Collard, it’s easier than ever to book essential skip hire at a great price. If you know what kind of skip you require, or the capacity the skip will need to hold, you can simply order it below! As part of our skip hire service, our experienced team can often help by recommending the right size of skip to suit your needs.
Here at R Collard, we are proud to deliver a diverse range of skips styles and sizes to suit your needs. Whether you need to remove large quantities of domestic waste, commercial waste or construction materials, we are here for you. We provide 16-yard skips which are designed to handle large quantities of waste. Whether you need to dispose of large furniture, general waste or office equipment, we are here for you. Our 16-yard skip hire service even allows you to remove industrial machinery and non-aggregate construction waste.
16-yard skip hire is an effective way of removing large and inconvenient waste types, from furniture to machinery and construction waste. Skips of this size are a popular choice for commercial clear outs, construction sites and large industrial projects. If you want to balance carrying capacity with a relatively compact design, 16-yard skip hire is the perfect solution for you.
Collard is proud to have one of the largest and most comprehensive stock and range of skips and roro’s in the South of England, ranging from 4 to 40 yards. The most popular skips for domestic customers range from 4yd to 8yd.
Holds approximately 40 black bags.
W: 4’3″ | 1.29m
H: 3′2″ | 0.97m
L: 6′0″ | 1.83m
Holds approximately 60 black bags.
W: 5’0” | 1.52m
H: 4′0″ | 1.22m
L: 8′6″ | 2.60m
Holds approximately 120 black bags.
W: 5’6” | 1.68m
H: 5′6″ | 1.65m
L: 12′0″ | 3.66m
Other Skips & RoRo's
We also offer a range of larger Roll-On/Roll-Off skips from 15yd to 40yd, enclosed skips and crane tested skips, available to hire.
If you require your skip to be placed on public land or the public highway, you will need a chargeable local authority licence. These can be ordered online with your skip or by phoning us.
16-Yard Skip Hire
R Collard is one of the UK’s leading providers of skip hire. If you’re looking for a 16-yard skip to deal with large and diverse amounts of waste. Thanks to the size and design of these skips, you and your workforce will be able to quickly and easily deal with all kinds of waste. Whether you need to dispose of large waste, or simple large amounts of general waste, we are here for you.
16-yard skips are a common sight in commercial, industrial and construction projects. However, they can also be essential for large domestic projects. Whether you need to dispose of construction waste, office equipment or broken furniture, we are here for you.
How Large are 16-Yard Skips?
The dimensions of a 16-yard skip are approximately:
- 14 Feet Long (4.2m)
- 6 Feet Wide (1.8m)
- 6 Feet Tall (1.8m)
In addition to 16 Yard Skip Hire, R Collard’s local team can also provide skip hire of all sizes, including:
What Kinds of Waste Are Unsuitable for 16 Yard Skips?
16-yard skip hire allows you to deal with all kinds of waste, including furniture, large waste and large amounts of general waste. However, skips of this size suffer from many of the same limitations that other skips must adhere to. Some of the waste types which can be placed in a 16-yard skip from R Collard include:
- Waste Electrical Equipment & Electronics (WEEE).
- Hazardous Materials (Including Asbestos & Plasterboard).
- Gas Cylinders.
- Aggregates (including Soil & Earth, Gravel, Loose Stones, Sand.)
Will I Need a Skip Hire Permit to Hire a 16-Yard Skip?
You only need a skip hire permit if your 16-yard skip is going to intrude onto public land. You can place a skip of this size on private land without a permit, but is you are going to block a public pathway or road, you need to apply for a permit beforehand.
Here at R Collard, we can help you to get a skip hire permit for your 16-yard skip if required. Without one of these permits, our skip hire experts will not be able to leave the skip with you if it intrudes onto public land. We can also offer advice and help you to ensure that your skip meets all health and safety requirements.