10 Jul 2023
A building being demolished with a green skip from Kirkby Skips in front and behind guard rails. Between the building and the skip is crane.

Kirkby Skips Ltd have been awarded the contract with Civils & Remediation Ltd for the demolition of St Chads Hotel in Blackpool. The building occupied by the St Chad’s Hotel dates back to 1893 with the remainder of the buildings being added in stages since around 1912. With the building left unsafe by a huge fire, […]

03 Jul 2023
Kirkby Skips Truck with skip in back

Kirkby Skips Ltd is the waste contractor for the redevelopment of the Anfield Road stand. They have been working on this project closely with Go Green Ltd, Buckingham Group Contracting Ltd & Total Reclaim Demolition Ltd ensuring that there is zero waste to landfill, and meeting all deadline targets. The redevelopment of the stand will see […]

24 Jun 2022
Skip hire Liverpool
Kirkby skips have just took delivery of 2022 Volvo Excavator EC220EL to add to our fleet of machines. This will help us loading our tipper vehicles with aggregates aswell as segregating the waste to enable more waste to be recycled at our waste transfer station. After much research, Volvo machines come on top for fuel [...]
12 May 2022
Arrested for waste disposal
A man has pleaded guilty to operating a waste site illegally on the Nottinghamshire-Lincolnshire border. Samual Hussan, 61, of Bevercotes Close, Newark, is the director of Sammy Recycling Limited, which ran the site at Fen Lane in Long Bennington. Officers from the Environment Agency first visited the area in August 2018 following local complaints. Exemptions [...]
12 May 2022
Who is responsible for waste?
Waste is an issue for all of us. We all create it and that means we are all responsible for what happens to it. Waste needs to be dealt with in the safest way possible. Even as householders, we have responsibilities for waste. Usually this means putting our waste and recycling out for collection by [...]
11 May 2022
packaging waste
You must follow environmental regulations when designing, filling or importing packaging. Amount of materials used Packaging must meet the minimum weight and volume needed to keep the product safe and hygienic. Hazardous substances Packaging materials must not exceed heavy metal concentration limits of 100ppm (parts per million). The heavy metals these limits apply to are [...]