Need rubbish removal services in Croydon? - HIPPO can help
HIPPO provides a comprehensive range of reliable rubbish removal solutions in Croydon, South London and the surrounding areas of Greater London - all of which can save you time, money and hassle. It's not only our 5-star rated customer service and wide range of options that make us the savvy choice.
Our strong and sturdy HIPPOBAGs can be purchased online or in-store from your favourite DIY shop. Arriving neatly flat packed, they can be easily stored until you need them (removing the need to wait around for a skip) and filled at your own pace. When it comes to collection, simply book online 24/7 or give our friendly team a call. Our purpose built and wonderfully yellow collection vehicles have cranes that can reach over hedges meaning you can position your HIPPOBAG in a convenient place for you - and you don’t even need to be home for collection!
Where access to waste is restricted, or you’d rather not do all the heavy lifting yourself, our Man and Van service (known as ‘Here to Clear’) is the perfect alternative solution. Our Tipper vans are crewed by a two man team of friendly HIPPO employees and can hold up to 14 yards or one tonne of waste, collecting from anywhere on your property in Croydon – inside or out.
If you have a larger amount of heavy garden, household or business rubbish to dispose of, skip hire often proves the most effective solution. With a variety of different sizes of skips available to rent, you can ensure you get the appropriate size to make sure you only pay for what you need. Delivered by our carefully selected partners in South London, HIPPO can supply Skip Hire in Croydon at affordable, local prices.
Use a HIPPOBAG for rubbish removal in Croydon
Alternative rubbish removal services in Croydon
How does HIPPO care for the environment?
Over 95% of our waste is recycled
Using carefully selected partners at Waste Transfer Stations across the UK we're able to recycle as much waste as possible
Carbon footprint reduction
In 2017 we've managed to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions by an impressive 6%