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Skip hire companies use skipandbin.com to find new business. Skipandbin.com’s unique price comparison system lets kip businesses to plot their coverage and their price regions, so that users can determine in seconds who the cheapest provider is for their postcode. Some skip firms have ‘free listings’ and are just showing their basic price for a 6 or 8 yard skip within 5 miles of their depot. Other skip companies are ‘premium’ listings which means they can publish rates for all skip sizes and show different prices for different postcode areas. They can also amend their rates depending on how busy they are, so if business is slow and they have some extra capacity, they may drop their prices temporarily to boost demand. Meaning users of skipandbin get an even better deal! Skipandbin.com gives local operators access to lots of potential new customers looking for great deals on skip hire. When you enter your Wolverhampton postcode, we filter the search results so that only rates from skip operators covering that Wolverhampton postcode appear.
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Placing your skip on a public highway requires a skip hire permit (sometimes called a skip license) from Wolverhampton council. Ordering a skip permit will normally be done by your skip hire operator, and they will add the cost of the permit to the overall hire price. The prices shown in our price search results do not include this extra charge. For more info on skip licences in the Wolverhampton area, you can visit our skip permits page.
Wolverhampton is the largest settlement in the Black Country, the historically heavily industrial area to the west of Birmingham, having a population of around 250,000. It was made a city by the Queen in 2000, having originally been part of Staffordshire. Wolverhampton has changed significantly since its traditional industrial base declined. This has included the construction of the Midland Metro tram line linking it with Birmingham. The city also contains an oasis of peace and quiet in the form of Wightwick Manor, a fine Victorian building boasting magnificent gardens. Wolverhampton has a strong sporting heritage: England football captain Billy Wright played his entire club career for Wolverhampton Wanderers, while Olympic javelin champion Tessa Sanderson was brought up in the city.
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|Blitz Recycling Limited||148.00|
|SB Waste Management||175.00|
|JONES SKIP HIRE (WOLVERHAMPTON) LTD||193.00|
* Results accurate as at 3 March 2015 for a 6 yards skip in WV1.