If you have a lot of rubbish in Seaford you need to get rid of or if you have a building project and you need somewhere to keep the waste tidy and contained, then one of our skips is perfect for your needs. With a selection of green waste skips to choose from, our friendly staff would be delighted to advise you on which size would best suit your needs and we will sort out any permits that you may require to place a skip on your site, be it a road or a public area. With Greenacre skip hire, all the rubbish that we take away is recycled as well.
There are certain situations where you will need a permit for your skip in Seaford. If you intend to place a skip on the public road in Seaford, you must obtain a skip permit from your local authority, but don’t worry – Greenacre can manage this process for you.
If you have your own land to place the skip on, a permit will not be required.
We accept most everyday items, but an additional surcharge will be payable for certain items. These include:
An Extra Large Builders Skip – 12 cu yd, cannot be filled with heavy waste.
If you are unsure what can be placed in your skip, please get in touch on 01273 600 909.
Established in 1996 and with a wealth of experience, Greenacre Recycling Ltd takes care of domestic and commercial waste clearance in Seaford & wider Sussex, in a safe and green manner.
We maintain a strong partnership with Seaford Town Council, collaborating on various waste and recycling initiatives. As a result, we have received official approval through the Buy With Confidence scheme, consistently impressing our local customers with our exceptional professionalism.
You can locate our information on the Environment Agency website to confirm our registration as an authorised waste carrier.
Seaford is a genteel town with a colourful past. It was once a thriving port, earning Cinque Port privileges as a limb of Hastings. Smuggling and ship wrecking were rife, with wreckers nicknamed ‘Seaford Shags’. Seaford is situated in a beautiful location presiding over the wide sweep of Seaford Bay under the distinctive chalk landmark of Seaford Head.