Terms & Conditions
WHAT CAN I PUT IN THE MIXED NON-HAZARDOUS WASTE SKIP?
Please read and understand before Checking out.
Skips are for general and inert waste such as soil, garden waste, paper, plastics, wood, old furniture etc. Any waste on the list below cannot be placed in a general waste skip. If you do produce any of the following waste please call 0161 703 8592 to arrange a quotation or to ask for advice.
PLACING ANY OF THESE ITEMS IN A GENERAL WASTE SKIP WILL INCUR ADDITIONAL CHARGES
- Mattresses – By arrangement only
- Plasterboard – By arrangement only
- Fridges – By arrangement only
- Freezers – By arrangement only
- TVs – By arrangement only
- Monitors – By arrangement only
- Gas Cylinders – By arrangement only
- Fire Extinguishers – By arrangement only
- Tyres – By arrangement only
- Car Batteries – By arrangement only
- Large Tree Stumps & Roots – By arrangement only
- large amounts of Carpet – By arrangement only
- Carpet Tiles – By arrangement only
- Vinyl Flooring – By arrangement only
- Ceiling Tiles – By arrangement only
- Roofing Felt – By arrangement only
- Insulation or Food Waste – By arrangement only
- 1 General
- 1.1 Kenny Waste Management cannot and will not be held responsible or liable for any damage caused whatsoever if the hirer requests the company driver to take his vehicle off the Pubic Highway to deliver/position the skip in a location requested by the hirer or their representatives.
- 1.2 Kenny Waste Management will not be liable for any loss or damage caused by failure to supply, or any delay in supply.
- 1.3 The time allowed for loading/unloading is 15 minutes. If the vehicle is kept waiting longer than this Kenny Waste Management reserves the right to charge waiting time at £25.00 per 15 minutes.
- 1.4 Kenny Waste Management reserves the right to charge the customer for all costs incurred as a result of a late cancellation of service by way of a wasted journey charge of £75.00, being the minimum charge depending on skip/lorry size and location, up to a maximum of £150.00.
- 2. Skip Hire
- 2.1 Skips can only be placed on the public highway by prior arrangement with Kenny Waste Management. A permit to site a skip on the public highway, including footpaths, is required from the relevant local authority. Kenny Waste Management can arrange the relevant permits to deposit a skip on the highway with the relevant local authority and a charge will be made. Charges vary with different local authorities. It is the hirers responsibility to make sure that all cones and lights are in place in line with the Highways Act 1980.
- 2.2 The hirer shall ensure that the skip is not overloaded by weight or by volume at the point of collection. All skips should be loaded so that they are not filled higher than the top of its sides. 7 tonnes for the 12yard, 16yard and 15 tonnes for 25yard up to 40yard roll on-off. Kenny Waste Management reserves the right to refuse to collect overloaded skips and any costs incurred due to unsafe loads/overloading (including wasted journeys) will be passed onto the hirer. Additional charges may be levied.
- 2.3 The lighting of fires in or near skips is strictly prohibited. The hirer will be liable for any loss or damage to the skip container (excluding fair wear and tear) during the term of the skip hire period and will be charged the current purchase price of the skip should it be lost or stolen whilst on the customers site. Once a skip has been placed, it shall not be repositioned without prior consent from Kenny Waste Management. Moving skips on site could result in the inability to collect skip or damage to the skip.
- 2.4 The maximum rental period is 7 days for “non-account” customers and 28 days for “account” customers. It is the responsibility of the hirer to request the collection within this time. Failure to do so will result in unannounced collection.
- 2.5 The responsibility for the skip remains with the hirer until collected by a Kenny Waste Management vehicle. Any skips which are removed, lost or stolen whilst in the control of the hirer will be charged at full and new replacement value.
- 3. Tipping/Waste Disposal
- 3.1 Kenny Waste Management is registered with the Environmental Agency as a waste carrier.
- 3.2 Customers using Kenny Waste Management as a tipping facility do so entirely at their own risk and must follow our site rules. Kenny Waste Management accepts no responsibility for damage or injury of any nature that may occur to persons or vehicles whilst using our site.
- 3.3 Vehicles may only use such portions of the sites as are allocated to them.
- 3.4 Only waste permitted under the waste permit/licence or exemptions may be deposited on the sites.
- 3.5 Kenny Waste Management reserves the right to refuse any materials which it considers to be objectionable or unsuitable for deposit on the company’s sites.
- 3.6 Material for deposit on our sites will only be accepted from registered waste carriers and must be accompanied by a controlled waste transfer note stating a description of the waste (with EWC Code), the source of the waste and the details of the waste carrier, including carrier registration number. Environmental Protection (Duty of Care) Regulations 1991.
- 4. Sale of Materials
- 4.1 All materials are sold on the basis that the weight or quantity is as stated on the conveyance note. Kenny Waste Management will not accept any responsibility once the load has been discharged and accepted by the onsite signatory.
- 4.2 Unless expressly agreed in writing Kenny Waste Management prices are for materials as stated on the quotation. Where the customer requires an alteration in the grade or type of material, or where it becomes necessary to supply from another source, an extra charge may be made for any additional costs which may be incurred by Kenny Waste Management.
- 4.3 Risk in the goods shall pass to the customer on delivery.
- 5. Payment Terms
- 5.1 Payment due following month end of date of invoice (account customers only). For non-account customers payment is due on or prior to delivery.