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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 Kingston upon Thames

Kingston upon Thames

Kingston Upon Thames, better known as Kingston by locals, is a south west London Borough and municipal town along the northern banks of the River Thames. As it was established next to the river Kingston had always been a significant parish with records of the settlement dating back to the first century. The municipal borough of Kingston Upon Thames was not established until 1835, and has since developed from a military aircraft manufacturing base, to a major tourist centre filled with entertainment, arts and culture, attracting millions of visitors to its historic town centre every year. For those residing in Kingston, easy access to local amenities and top rated schools make it a great place to bring up a family, as well as providing a small town environment without sacrificing the big city. The overground trains operated by Southwestern Railway take around 15 minutes to reach Clapham Junction, with routes out of the city splitting at Raynes Park Station towards Epsom, Surbiton and Twickenham.

  • Population Size 1,116,032
  • Active Businesses 4,225
  • Waste Collected (tonnes)468,003
  • Tonnes of Waste Recycled or Reused 243,175

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