Rubbish skips in Coventry (usually called merely a skip or skip bin, also known as a dumpster in the USA) are large open-topped containers designed for loading onto a special type of lorry. Differing from dumpster, instead of being emptied into a waste vehicle onsite, a skip bin is replaced by an empty bin (or no bin at all) and then tipped at a tip or dumpsite. In the UK the skip was introduced by Richard Biffa, Biffa is now one of the largest waste management companies in the UK, and is involved in re-cycling, and waste collection.
Skips in Coventry are commonly used to hold open topped loads of construction and demolition waste or other waste types. The construction debris originates from a building site where something is being built, renovated or demolished. Skips are also used for various cleaning-out jobs that need much material to be taken away, and at factories producing large quantities of scrap metal. The material in the skip may be taken to a landfill, recycled or recovered/disposed of in some other way.
One end of the skip sometimes has a large door that hinges down to allow manual unloading, or manual loading. Skip bins are usually durable and tough in Coventry. Made to withstand rough use by tradesman and laborers. The size of a skip bin can vary from 4.5 cubic meters to 18 cubic meters, and can hold up to 10 tonnes' worth of waste.
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