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4 Yard Skip

30 - 40 Bin Bags
£195.00 + VAT
4 Yard Skip
Height - 3ft 2in
Length - 6ft
Width - 4ft 3in
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6 Yard Skip

50 - 60 Bin Bags
£225.00 + VAT
6 Yard Skip
Height - 4ft
Length - 8ft 6in
Width - 5ft
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8 Yard Skip

60 - 80 Bin Bags
£275.00 + VAT
8 Yard Skip
Height - 4ft
Length - 12ft
Width - 5ft 6in
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12 Yard Skip

100 - 120 Bin Bags
£310.00 + VAT
12 Yard Skip
Height - 5ft 6in
Length - 12ft 2in
Width - 5ft 10in
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14 Yard Skip

120 - 140 Bin Bags
£340.00 + VAT
14 Yard Skip
Height - 6ft
Length - 14ft
Width - 6ft 5in
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16 Yard Skip

140 - 160 Bin Bags
£375.00 + VAT
16 Yard Skip
Height - 6ft 5in
Length - 13ft 8in
Width - 6ft 5in
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What you need to know about East London

East London

East London has traditionally been known as the centre for manufacturing and trade in the city. Less wealthy than west central areas, people have historically come to this part of London to work in the docks and factories along the banks of the Thames. The work was often incredibly arduous and in dangerous conditions that wealthy neighbourhoods wanted kept away from the city centre. Bone processing, rope making, tanning and gunpowder making were among some of the early East London industries that would have resulted in fumes and air pollution in the area, and fish farms and slaughterhouses would have contributed to putrid odours that would have made much of east London unpleasant to live and work in. The Victorian era of industrialisation also affected the quality of living conditions for London’s East Enders, as many workers from outside the city were bought in resulting in overcrowding and crime as many working-class communities struggled to make ends meet. After the second world war, many of London’s East End industries died out making way for new housing developments, improved standards of living for working class communities, and more social mobility. Nowadays, East London’s Canary Wharf is the home for banking and finance in the city, generating and bringing in vast amounts of wealth to the area. Shoreditch, Dalston and Stratford have been regenerated in recent years and are now considered to be young, trendy, and affluent with many bars, clubs, and pedestrianised shopping areas characterised by quirky independent shops such as those found on Broadway Market. Although it is still the industrial heart of the city, East London has experienced a huge amount of development in recent years from housing to business investment and a growing number of digital technology start-ups. Suppliers and manufacturers now conduct much of their business online and have extended their reach beyond the city, increasing their revenue and economic value. East London based building contractors provide thousands of jobs in construction and related industries in and around the city, and waste disposal in London is another essential service that provides employment for hundreds of workers in the area.

  • Population Size 2,161,200
  • Active Businesses 8,599
  • Waste Collected (tonnes)906,290
  • Tonnes of Waste Recycled or Reused 449,792

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